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Critical Verbs

29 Critical Verbs All 6th Graders Should Know

analyze break something down into its parts
articulate express clearly
cite quote
compare find similarities/likenesses
comprehend understand; find meaning
contrast find differences
delineate describe in detail
demonstrate show clearly
describe tell the facts; details
determine decide
develop elaborate or expand
distinguish set apart
draw take or pull out
evaluate find value; judge
explain make plain or define
identify find, point out
infer deduce; conclude
integrate put together
interpret explain the meaning of
locate find
organize arrange; classify
paraphrase put in different words
refer mention
retell tell in your own words
suggest put forth; to say
summarize sum up
support hold up
synthesize combine to form a more complex product
trace outline; follow the course of
Created by: kidteach91