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A complete word that can stand alone without a prefix or a suffix.
a) base word
b) sequential
c) critique
d) narrative

Evaluate in a detailed and analytical way.
a) critique
b) formulate
c) hypothesize
d) pertinent

To devise or invent.
a) formulate
b) problem/solution
c) sequential
d) base word

To give a possible but not yet proven explanation for something.
a) hypothesize
b) narrative
c) pertinent
d) problem/solution

A story, description or account of events.
a) narrative
b) base word
c) critique
d) formulate

Having to do with or connected to a subject; relevant
a) pertinent
b) hypothesize
c) narrative
d) sequential

A text structure which identifies and describes a problem and then offers one or more possible solutions.
a) problem/solution
b) critique
c) formulate
d) hypothesize

Information organized in the order of events.
a) sequential
b) base word
c) critique
d) formulate

SEQUENTIAL is __________.
a) information organized in the order of events
b) to devise or invent
c) a story, description or account of events
d) a complete word that can stand alone without a prefix or suffix

A BASE WORD is ________.
a) a complete word that can stand alone without a prefix or suffix
b) to give a possible but not yet proven explanation for something
c) a story, description or account of events
d) having to do with or connected to a subject; relevant

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