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Amigo Brothers Explicit vs. Implicit Information

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  • Q1
    What does IMPLICIT mean?
    It is something written directly in the text.
    It is something that does not need textual evidence to justify.
    It is something that summarizes the text.
    It means it is something that is NOT written directly in the text. You have to infer.
  • Q2
    What does EXPLICIT mean?
    It is something written directly in the text.
    It is something that summarizes the text.
    It is something you infer.
    It is something that is not written directly in the text.
  • Q3
    What does it mean to CITE TEXTUAL EVIDENCE?
    It means that you quote something from a text in order to justify an opinion or statement.
    It means that you identify at least five quotes that might be able to prove an opinion in a text.
    It means that you summarize what a text says.
    It means that you explain the difference between implicit and explicit information.
  • Q4
    What must you put around a quote that you write word-for-word from a text?
    Quotation Marks
  • Q5
    What are TWO words that closely relate?
    Explicit, Inference
    Implicit, Explicit
    Quotation, Inference
    Cite, Evidence

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