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Test Question words


chronological arranged in order of time
analyze to break down and look at closely
opinion what YOU think
organize to arrange in a structured order
details explains the main idea; individual features or facts
main idea the overall idea of a section of a text
conclude bring to an end
illustrate to explain by using examples drawing charts etc
infer guess what you already know; conclusion
non fiction writing that is true and tells about REAL people and events, a true detail
paraphrase to say in your own words
identify to find; point out
summarize a brief statement of main points
fact a true detail
isolate to be alone; apart from others
identical similar; the same
prediction a guess
revise to rethink and make corrections
passage a story
sequence the order of events
recall to remember
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