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EL Vocab

Test-taking Terms

Analyze to study (something) closely and carefully
Assess to make a judgment about (something)
Cite to mention (something) especially as an example or to support an idea or opinion
Compare to say that (something) is similar to something else
Contrast to compare (two people or things) to show how they are different
Define to explain the meaning of a word or phrase
Demonstrate to show or explain how something is used or done : to show or explain the function or use of (something)
Develop to make an idea or argument easier to understand by giving more information
Describe Present a clear picture of a person
Discuss to give information or ideas about (something) in writing or speech
Distinguish to notice or recognize a difference between people or things
Evaluate to judge the value or condition of (someone or something) in a careful and thoughtful way
Explain to make (something) clear or easy to understand
Identify to know and say who someone is or what something is
Illustrate to give examples in order to make (something) easier to understand
Interpret to explain the meaning of (something)
Infer to form (an opinion) from evidence : to reach (a conclusion) based on known facts
Integrate to combine (two or more things) to form or create something
Justify to provide or be a good reason for (something) : to prove or show (something) to be just
Persuade to cause (someone) to believe something : convince
Prove to show the existence of (something) by using evidence or logic
Sequence the order in which things happen or should happen
Show to give information that proves (something)
Summarize to tell (information) again using fewer words
Synthesize to make (something) by combining different things
Validate to show that something is real or correct
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