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coherence
Exercise 4 - Language in use
Coherence has different forms.

To build the adjective form, change the -ce to -t: coherent.

Remember that the syllable "in" before the word can make the word mean its opposite. For example, incoherent means the opposite of coherent.
Drag and drop the correct forms to complete the sentences below.

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