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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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power verbs

Power Verbs

VERBS!!!!!

analyze
Analyze

To break apart and study the pieces; tell why.

compare
Compare

To use examples to show how things are alike.

contrast
Contrast

To use examples to show how things are different.

criticize
Criticize

To show good and bad points; to give your judgment or reasoned opinion.

define
Define

To give a clear definition or meaning.

describe
Describe

To tell all about it.

discuss
Discuss

To talk about an issue from all sides; explain the pros and cons.

evaluate
Evaluate

To judge in your own words; to show good and bad points with supporting evidence.

explain
Explain

To tell about it. Put into your own words.

formulate
Formulate

Develop, create, put together, give steps.

illustrate
Illustrate

To show by means of picture, diagram, or some other graphic aid.

infer
Infer

A good guess. To read between the lines.

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List

List of words, sentences, or comments.

predict
Predict

What do you think will happen next? An educated guess. Tell Why!

summarize
Summarize

Make a long story short, but include the main ideas. Give short version

support
Support

To give reasons and facts why.

trace
Trace

To outline; list the steps from beginning to the end.

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