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32 Cards in this Set

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to study something carefully and evaluate its parts
Analyze
to use something you know or have learned
Apply
the end result or outcome
Effect
the reason or motive for something
Cause
to tell or show how two or more people, ideas, or things are alike and not alike
Compare
to show the difference(s) between two people, ideas, or things
Contrast
to create an argument, sentence, or form by systematically arranging ideas, terms, or items
Construct
to talk about something; to consider or examine different points of view
Discuss
to sort, categorize, classify, or compare characteristics
Distinguish
to tell or express in an informative way
Describe
to determine the end result or the effect
Draw conclusion
to give an opinion of worth or value
Evaluate
to look at and study in order to find information
Examine
to give a reason for something; to make something easy to understand
Explain
establish uniqueness or characteristics
Identify
to personally decide the meaning of something
Interpret
to prove or show why something is right
Justify
to defend, back up, or give proof
Support
to put together in a logical, efficient way
Organize
to pick from several choices
Select
a reading passage
Selection
to express by proving; inform
Show
to restate in a shorter way; say the main points
Summarize
important; major; noteworthy
Significant
to join into one; to unite; to merge
Combine
to carefully examine and judge the main parts
Review
to use words, phrases, and/or sentences from the passages to make a point
Use examples
to show or tell what something is or means
Define
to make an idea or statement very clear or easy to understand with examples
Clarify
to show that something is true
Prove
to clearly give information or an opinion
State
to revise; to write in a different form
Rewrite