Rochelle-Hare English I/II Vocabulary List 1
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to show the order of events, esp. the progress of a subject or event.
to break into separate parts and discuss, examine, or interpret each part.
to derive by reasoning; conclude or judge from evidence
to assess the value or significance of the topic, give your opinion or cite the opinion of an expert.
to come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or principle) after a mental effort
to give a detailed account, list characteristics, qualities, and parts; to make a picture with words.
to provide reasons, give examples, back up
to make an idea clear, show logically how a concept is developed, give reasons or causes for an event.
to give a brief, condensed account, avoiding unnecessary details.
to examine two or more things, identifying and focusing on similarities.
to examine two or more things, show differences and set in oppositions.
to make an educated guess, tell what may happen in the future based on current events or evidence