DesCartes Vocabulary Words 181-190
These vocabulary words will help you read, understand and answer the questions on many of your tests in all subjects. PERSEVERE!
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To give information about something that you want to sell.
A book published once a year with facts and statistics about a large variety of subjects.
A word that means the opposite of another word.
A list of writings on a subject.
CAUSE AND EFFECT
A relationship in which change in one variable causes change in another.
A typical quality or feature.
To put things into groups according to their characteristics.
A summary based on evidence or facts.
A serious disagreement.
An explanation of the meaning of a word or phrase.
To create a picture of something in words.
A book or set of books with information about many different subjects, usually arranged in alphabetical order.
Stories about characters and events that are not real.
A category or type of literature.
A place in the back of the book that gives the definitions or tells the meaning of certain words in the book.
A fictional story that takes place in a particular time period in the past. Often the setting is real, but the characters are made up from the author's imagination.
Directions on how to do something, or orders on what to do.
A written or spoken request to come to an event such as a party, a meal, or a meeting.
A story handed down from earlier times. Or the words written beneath or beside a map or chart to explain it.
A publication that contains news, articles, photographs, and advertisements.
Operated or done by hand rather than automatically.
How you are feeling.
To do with right and wrong.
Having more than one syllable.
ORDER OF EVENTS
Arrangement of events according to a particular sequence or method.
A group of words that have a meaning but do not form a sentence.
To take part in a game or other enjoyable activity.
The main story or a novel, movie, play, or any work of fiction.
Someone who writes poetry.
Literary work in the form of poems.
POINT OF VIEW
The perspective from which a story is told.
To say what you think will happen in the future.
A book of facts. Some examples are atlas, encyclopedia, dictionary.
Something valuable or useful to a place or a person.
The place, person, or thing from which something comes from.
To make a summary of; state briefly.
The main section of writing in a book, other than the pictures or index.
The main subject or idea of a piece of writing or a talk.
A book containing lists of synonyms and antonyms.
A sentence that expresses the main idea of the paragraph in which it occurs.
A diagram that uses circles to display elements of different sets. Overlapping circles show common elements.
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