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When you encounter a familiar word used in a way that you have not seen before, one effective strategy for determining its meaning is to A. substitute a synonym in place of the word. B. look for context clues that can provide hints. C. modify the tense or number of the word. D. restrict yourself to its literal meaning.
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When you encounter a familiar word used in a way that you have not seen before, one effective strategy for determining its meaning is to restrict yourself to its literal meaning. (Answer is D!)
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When you encounter a familiar word used in a way that you have not seen before, one effective strategy for determining its meaning is to: look for context clues that can provide hints.
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Weegy: Weegy is happy to hear that you are good. [smile] Do you have a question today? User: When you encounter a familiar word used in a way that you have not seen before, one effective strategy for determining its meaning is to Weegy: pay attention to the context that the word is used in and if you still can't figure it out look it up on urban dictionary (More)
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Which of the following is an idiom? A. Fear not. B. Don't cry over spilt milk. C. All for one and one for all. D. Judge no one unless you would like to be judged yourself.
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"Don't cry over spilt milk" is an idiom.
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Which of the following is an idiom? A. Fear not. B. Don't cry over spilt milk. C. All for one and one for all. D. Judge no one unless you would like to be judged yourself.
Weegy: "Don't cry over spilt milk" is an idiom. User: Which idiom relates to someone who has no idea what is happening? A. He acted like a chicken with its head cut off. B. You cannot judge a book by its cover. C. Your guess is as good as mine. D. I'll make a long story short. (More)
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"Your guess is as good as mine" is an idiom which relates to someone who has no idea what is happening.
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