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words that help 6th grades I guess

An idea or quality that a word makes you think about in addition to its meaning Connotation
To describe the character or special qualities of something or someone Characterize
To tell the main idea and details again in logical order using fewer words Summarize
The words that are used with a certain word or phrase that help explain its meaning Context
To study something closely and carefully. Analyze
A tendency to believe that some people, ideas, etc. Are better than others, treating some people unfairly. Bias
To say that you accept or do not deny the truth or existence of something; to show that something has been received. Acknowledge
Without confidence; uncertain and hesitant; not definite; still able to be changed. Tentative
To agree with something. Concur
Large enough to be noticed or have an effect; very important. Significant
A way of looking at or thinking about something. Viewpoint
To expect on to look ahead to something with pleasure, to look forward to something. Anticipate
To come to have something Acquire
A discussion in which people express opposing opinions about something Argument
To judge the value or condition of something in a careful way evaluate
Something which shows that something else is true or exists Evidence
To leave out or fail to do something Omit
A method for achieving a particular goal Strategy
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