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Use Elective in a Sentence?

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Elective is a word in the English language that can be used as an adjective or a noun. As an adjective, elective refers to something that can be elected or chosen. As a noun, an elective is something that is optional. An example of elective in a sentence is "The girl took a computer class as an elective during the semester."
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