Going to quit working on the new project. vs Disagreeing about the new project.

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #577 [color=blue]“Corporate Culture (4)”, question 9

Joseph and Carrie are having a dispute about the new project at work. In other words, they are .

(a) agreeing on a new project
(b) going out for lunch
(c) going to quit working on the new project
(d) disagreeing about the new project

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #577 [color=blue]“Corporate Culture (4)”, answer 9

Joseph and Carrie are having a dispute about the new project at work. In other words, they are disagreeing about the new project.

Correct answer: (d) disagreeing about the new project
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Why we can not use here “going to quit working on the new project”

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Because that is not what ‘having a dispute’ means. A dispute is a disagreement.
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Thanks Mr. Mister Micawber