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28 March, 07:06

Which sentence uses the underlined word correctly?

A. His family will "immigrate" from Canada and settle in India.

B. My mother "emigrated" from China and came to the United States.

C. Yuri plans to "immigrate" from Russia later this year.

D. I have always dreamed of leaving my homeland and "emigrating" to France.

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  1. 28 March, 07:40
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    Sentence B. My mother "emigrated" from China and came to the United States uses the underlined word correctly. Emigrate means to leave one country to settle in another, and it implies a permanent move. On the other hand, immigrate is to enter and settle in a foreign country. The difference between these two words is that emigrate is the act of leaving a country and immigrate the act of entering a country.
  2. 28 March, 08:21
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    the second answer choice is correct
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