Context Clues: are hints that the author gives to help define a difficult or unusual word. The clue may appear within the same sentence as the word to which it refers, or it may follow in the next sentence. Because most of your vocabulary is gained through reading, it is important
that you be able to recognize and take advantage of context clues. Using context means to figure out what words mean by how they are used in the sentence or paragraph where they appear. There are several different context clues you can use to help you figure out
unfamiliar words. Authors often use punctuation clues to help the reader. Punctuation clues might include commas, dashes, or parentheses. Examples: Mary retained, kept, the deed to her mother's house.
I wonder if that fruit is edible, able to be eaten. Types of context clues There are at least four kinds of context clues that are quite common. Synonyms Antonyms Explanation
Example Authors may use word clues such as synonymswords with almost the same meaningor antonymswords opposite in meaningnear the unfamiliar term. Examples: Reducing cholesterol has a number of beneficial results. One positive outcome is reducing the risk of heart disease. (synonym clue)
I despise liver, but I adore steak. (antonym clue) Synonyms (or definitions) A synonym, is a word or phrase with the same meaning. Most castles had high walls and were surrounded by a water-filled ditch called a moat. The harlequin, like the circus
clown, was a fool who loved to perform. Antonym A word or phrase with the opposite meaning. Jerry is very clumsy, but his sister Jenny is adroit. Unlike his quiet and low key family, Brad is garrulous.
Explanation Sometimes the meaning of a word or phrase is explained immediately following its use. Etymology, which is the study of the origin of words, finds many teachers taking the bull by its horns when unraveling the mysteries of vocabulary studies. A biographer, or one who writes about people's lives, is an example of an author.
Example Writers use words like: such as," "for instance," and "for example" indicate examples. The student was suffering from anxiety. For example, when he first saw the test, he began to tremble. Old Mr.. Riley was quite spry for his age. Daily he
walked several blocks to buy a newspaper, and I often saw him working in his garden. Which words or phrases might help you figure out what spry means? Daily he walked several blocks working in his garden. Wilson put on a heavy coat, a wool scarf, several pairs of socks
inside his boots, and fur-lined gloves to protect himself against the frigid weather. Frigid means: (1) very dry (2) very hot (3) very wet (4) very cold (5) very old
(4) very cold Nippers, spraggers, and mule drivers envied the miners and laborers, whose strength was measured in coal. What do we know? Nippers and spraggers are not like miners and laborers. They envied them, suggesting that their position is lower and less important than the laborers and miners. If you learn what a word does NOT mean, you can figure out
what it means. Low-level workers in coal mines Acrophobia, or fear of heights, can make life difficult for tightrope walkers who suffer from it. fear of heights Bibliographies are often placed at the end of a chapter or textbook to list books in which you may find more information.
Bibliographies are: (1) List of books (2) List of chapters (3) List of words (4) List of authors (1) List of books Authors also use bold and/or italics to make a
reader aware of an important term. Often the definition of the word in bold or italics follows. Examples: The computer is a machine that accepts input, processes data, stores information, and produces output. Archaeology is the scientific study of prehistoric cultures by excavation of their remains.
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