VCR Lesson 8 VCR Presentation
By Katherine Perry
Fill in the Blank with the Most Appropriate Word from Lesson 8
preempt: to take precedence over someone or something already arranged or in place; to seize priority
pre (L): "before"
Choose the Letter of the Sentence in which the Bolded Word is used incorrectly.
B. When Dylan had two events happening on the same day he had to preempt the second event and go to the first event he had promised to go to.
C. Erin was mad that her best friend preempted plans they had already made to go hang out with her boyfriend instead.
D. It is never fun when students have to preempt their homework instead of keeping predetermined plans with their friends.
If Dylan was preempting any event he would be taking priority for the second event rather than the first event.