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evaluate to calculate the value of something
interpret to make sense of something
identify to recognize
compare to show similarities
contrast to show differences
classify to arrange in groups
paraphrase to say something in another way
infer to figure out from clues
determine to find out/to decide something
analyze to break apart and study
describe to give detailed description in written or spoken word
summarize to give a summary; condense
draw to pull from
integrate to make parts into a whole
support to make stronger with evidence/facts
cite to repeat words from an author/text
articulate to say something clearly
comprehend to get the meaning of a text/concept; to understand or grasp
demonstrate to show or exhibit
distinguish to tell or set apart
locate to find a particular place
organize to put in order
refer to look for information
explain to make understandable
retell to say or tell again
suggest to say or hint
recognize to identify or acknowledge something known or seen before
connections a relationship, link, or bond
details a particular or intricate part of the story
alliteration similar or same beginning sound which is repeated
main idea what the text was mostly about
illlustration drawing, sketch, or picture that goes along with the text
point of view opinion, attitude, or judgement of author or character in a text
stanza a group of lines in a poem
theme message or moral of the story
explicitly clearly expressed or developed
conclusion final part of the story; ending
evidence proof
figurative colorful language
metaphor comparison of two unlike things (form of figurative language)
similie compare two unlike things using the words "like" or "as" (form or figurative language)
structure organization or construction of a story
categorize classify or arrange
interaction how two or more things effect each other
mood the feeling or mood of the story
tone a distinctive emotional quality
analogy the relationship between two sets of words
locate find
develop to elaborate or expand an idea
trace to follow the course or path
synthesize to form an idea piecing together elements
argument statement, reason, or fact against a point
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