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1-13 vocab

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QuestionAnswer
analyze Look over; study
draw conclusions to make a judgment after considering all information read
evidence your basis of belief or disbelief
infer come to a conclusion by putting together information
identify to find (recognize) something
evaluate examine carefully
interpret understand as having a particular meaning or significance
synthesize combine different ideas into a new whole
compare liken someone or something to someone or something else
primary purposes main reason of doing something
connect to join
justify prove
central idea main part of story
supporting detail facts or elements that support or reinforce
unifying idea ideas that bring the writing or story together
context clues using words around an unfamiliar words to figure out the meaning
extraneous not relevant or applicable; not essential or important
summarize to give a shortened version of something that has been said or written, stating its main plots
resolution where the story comes to a satisfying end; the lesson or resolution is further explained
convey to communicate; to impart; make known
implied suggest; to make something understood without expressing it directly
contribute to give; to furnish
narrative story; giving an account of something
Informative giving information
literary relating to literature, writing literature, or the study of literature
Created by: Pikilman
 

 



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