VCR Lesson 1 Presentation
Fill in the blank with the best word from lesson one.
The moderator looked for an opening to
himself and break up the debate.
Interpose(transitive or intransitive verb)
2. To apply pressure or influence; to meddle; to interfere.
The first usage is more common.
Different parts of speech
He interposed himself between them to break up the fight.
Interpose's noun form is interposition.
His interposition prevented any serious injuries.
Choose the sentence where the word in bold font is used incorrectly.
B. She was interposed as the new President by a majority of voters.
B. His interposition was key in resolving the dispute between management and the workers.
D. He is disliked for his tendency to interpose himself into conversations that do not concern him.
"to put," "to place"