What does the command word identify mean?

Identify. (often used with the words ‘and explain’) Recognise and be able to say.

Is Thank you kindly grammatically correct?

As OP has noted, the word kindly in “Thank you kindly” has the sense of “with goodwill and enthusiasm; very much”, which has all but disappeared today outside of a few stock phrases. For example, He kindly embraced him, is an old citation which IMHO has that meaning.

What are English command words?

Command words are the words and phrases used in exams and other assessment tasks that tell students how they should answer the question.

Can I come or come?

“May” is a word is which is usually applied when one wants to make a request for something or to seek for permission to do something. (b) “Can I come in.” “Can” is usually applied when something is possible or somebody has the ability to do something.

What are the command terms?

Here are some examples of command words that are the most common in economics and business studies questions and what they mean.

  • Account for. Asks students to explain a particular situation or a particular outcome.
  • Analyse.
  • Apply.
  • Assess.
  • Calculate.
  • Comment.
  • Compare/Compare and contrast.
  • Consider.

How do you use the word command?

Command words

  1. Analyse. Separate information into components and identify their characteristics.
  2. Annotate. Add notation or labelling to a graph, diagram or other drawing.
  3. Apply. Put into effect in a recognised way.
  4. Argue. Present a reasoned case.
  5. Assess. Make an informed judgement.
  6. Calculate. Work out the value of something.
  7. Comment.
  8. Compare.

Is it proper to say on tomorrow?

The phrases “on tomorrow,” “on today,” and “on yesterday” are commonly heard in the southern region of the United States. They are acceptable in casual speech and other informal contexts, but should not be used in formal contexts such as academic writing.

What are different ways to say your welcome?

10 Ways to Say “You’re Welcome”

  1. You got it.
  2. Don’t mention it.
  3. No worries.
  4. Not a problem.
  5. My pleasure.
  6. It was nothing.
  7. I’m happy to help.
  8. Not at all.