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Grade 6 Quarter 3 Academic Vocabulary

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acquire
If you acquire something, you obtain it or gain it.
ask
If you ask a question, you are trying to find an answer or get some information.
capture
If you capture something, you describe it vividly and accurately.
compile
If you compile something, you collect information and put it together.
detect
If you detect something, you notice or find it.
elicit
If you elicit a response or feeling from someone, you draw it out of him or her.
encounter
If you encounter something, you experience it.
evoke
If something evokes something else, it brings it to mind.
find out
If you find out about something, you learn about it.
gather
If you gather things, you collect them together in a group.
listen
If you listen to someone, you hear and try to understand what he or she is saying.
note
If you note something, you notice it or write it down.
notice
If you notice something, you become aware of it.
observe
If you observe something, you see it happen or you look carefully to find out what will happen.
question
If you question something, you express doubt or skepticism about it.
request
If you request something, you ask for it.
research
If you research something, you look for information about it.
search
If you search for something, you look for it.
seek
If you seek something, you try to find or obtain it.
study
If you study something, you work to learn about it.

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