In such an answer, evidence should be presented in convincing form. You are expected in such questions to present an itemized series or tabulation.
Such answers should always be given in concise form.
All details, illustrations and elaboration are to be omitted.
Trace: When a question asks you to trace a course of events, you are to give a description of progress, historical sequence, or development from the point of origin.
This type of question calls for a complete and entailed answer.
Enumerate: The word enumerate specifies a list or outline form of reply.Such narratives may call for probing or for deduction.Despite the fact that, as Shakespeare said, "the pen is mightier than the sword," the pen itself is not enough to make an effective writer.Relate: In a question which asks you to show the relationship or to relate, your answer should emphasize connections and associations in descriptive form. You should analyze and comment briefly in organized sequence upon the major points of the problem.State: In questions which direct you to specify, give, state, or present, you are called upon to express the high points in brief, clear narrative form.Details, and usually illustrations or examples, may be omitted.Summarize: When you are asked to summarize or present a summarization, you should give in condensed form the main points or facts.You are expected to translate, exemplify, solve, or comment upon the subject and usually to give your judgment or reaction to the problem.Justify: When you are instructed to justify your answer you must prove or show grounds for decisions.Evaluation implies authoritative and, to a lesser degree, personal appraisal of both contributions and limitations.Explain: In explanatory answers it is imperative that you clarify and interpret the material you present.