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Context Clues

Language Arts Context Clues Study Guide

TermDefinition
Context Clues Hints in a sentence that can help you define words that you don't know.
Use the text to see if there are context clues about the unknown word. What can you do when you see an unfamiliar word in a sentence?
Synonyms Words or phrases that have the same meaning as the unknown word.
Antonyms are words, or phrases, that have a different meaning than the unknown word.
What are the parts of a broken word the parts of a broken word is roots, prefixes, and suffixes. These three things hold the key to the words meaning.
What do you look for to find the meaning of a word you look for explanations and examples to find out what a word means.
Explanation is when there is a meaning of the unknown word after the word is stated.
Example is when there are specific words, also known as examples, help define the term.
Created by: 16arocourt