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According to
As state in
Analyze
Break down into parts and explain relationships among the parts
Characterize
Represent, symbolize, show qualities of
Compare/Contrast
Describe similarities and differences
Define
Give the exact meaning of
Describe
Give important information about
Determine
Decide
Draw a conclusion
Make a judgment based on certain ideas
Evaluate
Judge the value of
Example
Illustration, representation
Except
All but, everything other than
Excerpt
Selection, portion of a text
Explain
Make clear and understandable
Generalization
General statement based on many examples
Identify
Find, pick out
Inference
A conclusion based on deduction; an informed guess
Interpret
Give your opinion, supported with reasons and details
Major
Important, significant
Passage
Part of a written work
Refer
To use a source of information
Relate
Show the relationship or
link between things
sequence
To arrange in order
significant
Important; meaningful
similar
Nearly alike
categorize
To put into groups or classify
conclude
To reach a decision or opinion by reasoning or inference
discuss
To consider from different points of view
Estimate
To form a judgment or opinion about how much, how many, how good, etc.
Fact
A thing known to be true or to have happened
Justify
Give a good reason for
List
A series of names, numbers,
words, or phrases
Most appropriate
Most right, suitable, or proper
Not
A word that means “no” or “negative”
Opinion
What one thinks or believes; a judgment; may not be based in fact
Outline
A general plan
Point of view
The vantage point from which a story is told
Predict
To tell beforehand
Reasonable
Sensible, not foolish
Sequence
The coming of one thing
after another; order; in a series
summarize
Give only the main points; brief or short version
verify
Prove to be true; confirm