How do you answer identify questions?

How to answer exam questions. If you were to ask an examiner the most common reason why some students do poorly on exams, it is likely that he/she would say that students just don’t answer the question. List. State. Outline Just give the main features or general idea.Define. Describe. Distinguish. Explain.

How do you describe ideas?

Synonymsabstract. adjective. abstract ideas exist as thoughts in the mind, and are not related to physical objects or real events and actions.central. adjective. theoretical. adjective. popular. adjective. orthodox. adjective. conceptual. adjective. metaphysical. adjective. utopian. adjective.

What is a fancy word for idea?

sense, feeling, suspicion, fancy, inkling, hunch, understanding, theory, hypothesis, thesis, interpretation, assumption, presumption, supposition, surmise, postulation, conclusion, deduction, inference, notion, impression. 5’the idea of the letter was to get patients to protest’ SYNONYMS.

How do you describe someone with a lot of ideas?

Originally Answered: What do you call a person with a lot of ideas? Imaginative, creative, prolific, innovative, or an ideas guy/person are all positive. Day-dreamer, pipe-dreamer, idealist, fantasist, mitty (as in Walter Mitty) are all negative.

How do you describe being full?

feeling full”, “…are full” would feel more natural in your example. If you don’t like “full”, other possibilities include “sated”, “satisfied”, and “stuffed”.

What do you call someone who is full of surprises?

inexplicable. full of surprises and inexplicable. unaccountable. full of surprises and unaccountable. knotty.

What is the term for a quick surprise attack against an enemy?

1. surprise attack – an attack without warning. coup de main. attack, onrush, onset, onslaught – (military) an offensive against an enemy (using weapons); “the attack began at dawn”

What is it called when something happens unexpectedly?

unforeseen, unanticipated, unpredicted, not bargained for, unlooked for, unhoped for, out of the blue, without warning, without notice. chance, fortuitous, unplanned, serendipitous, adventitious. sudden, abrupt, surprising, startling, astonishing, uncommon, abnormal, extraordinary.

What are surprise words?

Interjections of surprise and shock – thesaurusooh. interjection. used for showing a reaction such as surprise, excitement, or interjection. well. interjection. good/oh Lord. phrase. hey. interjection. oh. interjection. aah. interjection. say. interjection.

What do you say when you see something amazing?

So, what are we supposed to say instead of “amazing?” Funny you should ask:adorable.alluring.ambrosial.astonishing.astounding.awe-inspiring.awesome.beauteous (sure, go Shakespearean for a day — why not?)