DISCUSS VERSUS ARGUE
DISCUSS VERSUS ARGUE: meaning and examples
Another very common error amongst English students is the confusion between the two verbs discuss and argue.
Argue means: to dispute, quarrel; to speak in an angry way because of disagreement.
Discuss means: to talk about something in detail.
When I was a teenager, I constantly argued with my parents; we could never agree about anything.
Before we make a final decision, I think it would be best to discuss our options.
Notice that discuss is a false friend and doesn't mean the same as 'discutir' in Spanish. In Example 1 there is disagreement, but not in Example 2.
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