Power Verbs. VERBS!!!!!. Analyze. To break apart and study the pieces; tell why. Compare. To use examples to show how things are alike. Contrast. To use examples to show how things are different. Criticize. To show good and bad points; to give your judgment or reasoned opinion. Define.
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To break apart and study the pieces; tell why.
To use examples to show how things are alike.
To use examples to show how things are different.
To show good and bad points; to give your judgment or reasoned opinion.
To give a clear definition or meaning.
To tell all about it.
To talk about an issue from all sides; explain the pros and cons.
To judge in your own words; to show good and bad points with supporting evidence.
To tell about it. Put into your own words.
Develop, create, put together, give steps.
To show by means of picture, diagram, or some other graphic aid.
A good guess. To read between the lines.
List of words, sentences, or comments.
What do you think will happen next? An educated guess. Tell Why!
Make a long story short, but include the main ideas. Give short version
To give reasons and facts why.
To outline; list the steps from beginning to the end.