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Analyze
Determine the nature and relationship of component parts of; explain the importance of; break down.
Assess
Judge the value or character of something; appraise; evaluate.
Compare
Examine for the purpose of noting simularities and differences, focusing more on simularities.
Constrast
Compare to show unlikeness or points of difference.
Define
Give the meaning (a word, phrase, concept); determine or fix boundaries or extent.
Describe
Give and account; tell about; give a word picture.
Discuss or examine
Talk over; write abot; consider by arguement or from various points of view; debate; present the different sides.
Criticize
Make judgements as to merits and faults; criticism may approve or disapprove, or both.
Enumerate or list
Mention or itemize separately; name one after another.
Evaluate
Give the good points and the bad; appraise; give an opinion regarding the value of; discuss the advantages and disadvantages.
Explain
Make clear or plain; make known in detail; tell the meaning of; make clear the cause or reason.
Illustrate
Make clear or intelligible as by examples.
Interpret
Explain the meaning; make plain; present your thinking about.
Justify
Show good reasons; present your evidence; offer facts to support your position.
Prove
Establish the truth of something by giving factual evidence or logical reasons.
Relate
Show how things are connected with each other or how one causes another.
Summarize
State or express in concise form; give the main points briefly.
Trace
Follow the course.