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What is the difference between 'quarrelled' and 'fought'?



 
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What is the difference between 'quarrelled' and 'fought'? #1 (permalink) Fri Aug 12, 2005 0:17 am   What is the difference between 'quarrelled' and 'fought'?
 

Test No. express/advan-14 "Word of Mouth", question 3

They had words last night so be prepared for miserable faces this morning.

(a) fought
(b) shouted
(c) quarrelled
(d) screamed

Test No. express/advan-14 "Word of Mouth", answer 3

They quarrelled last night so be prepared for miserable faces this morning.

Correct answer: (c) quarrelled
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what is faught,please and quarrelled. thanks
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Fought #2 (permalink) Fri Aug 12, 2005 7:54 am   Fought
 

Fought is the past tense of fight as in a soldier fights in a war.
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Quarrelled #3 (permalink) Sat Aug 13, 2005 7:38 am   Quarrelled
 

Hi,

Sorry I left out quarrelled. This means (quarrel) have a serious argument/disagreement with someone. If you like, you could say fight verbally with someone in the context here.

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