Today’s daily word is
This is a word that is useful for speaking and writing about rules and regulations. There may be rules, but problems often occur because they are not properly enforced.
You should see that enforce is a verb made from the noun force. It will help your vocabulary learning to see how you can often make more words by adding en to nouns/adjectives. This can be done by adding en at the end as a suffix or at the beginning as a prefix. Below are some examples:
Forms of the word
enforce: a verb
enforcement: an uncountable noun
enforced: an adjective
enforceable: another adjective for something that can be enforced
Using the word
Note that the grammar of enforce something ON somebody/something
law/rule/regulation/standards: There would be fewer problems with water pollution if government agencies enforced the rules on dumping toxins in rivers.
government/authorities/courts: The authorities need to enforce a ban on smoking in all public areas and not just indoors.
ban: Any ban on smoking in all public places is not enforceable in practical terms.
law enforcement agency: The police and other law enforcement agencies should monitor the situation so that it does not deteriorate.