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the use of any element of language --a sound, word, phrase, clause, or sentence --more than once.
use like or as to compare two apparently unlike things and show similarities between the two
found in the words, phrases and sentences surrounding an unfamiliar word. MAY HAVE SAME meaning or that describe or explain the word
questions to ask when using context clues
WHAT KIND OF WORD IS IT ? WHAT WORD CAN I USE IN PLACE OF IT? WHICH OTHER WORDS IN THE SENTENCE EXPLAIN IT?
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