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    which one is a synonym for" show clearly"?

    hi , which of these two words can be regarded as a synonym for "show clearly": indicate or demonstrate?
    moreover, what's the difference between indicate and demonstrate?

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    Re: which one is a synonym for" show clearly"?

    indicate, demonstrate,show, prove and illustrate are synonyms.more information can be found in thesauruses.

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    Re: which one is a synonym for" show clearly"?

    Quote Originally Posted by death View Post
    Indicate, demonstrate, show, prove and illustrate are synonyms. More information can be found in thesauruses.
    As a teacher, can you please set a good example to students by using correct capitalisation.

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    Re: which one is a synonym for" show clearly"?

    Quote Originally Posted by zohreh250250 View Post
    Hi, which of these two words can be regarded as a synonym for "show clearly": "indicate" or "demonstrate"?
    Moreover, what's the difference between "indicate" and "demonstrate"?
    Please see the corrections I have made to your post. Remember to start every new sentence with a capital letter, and put individual words and phrases you are querying inside quotation marks so it's easy to differentiate between them and the other words in your post.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Re: which one is a synonym for" show clearly"?

    thanks a lot.

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    Re: which one is a synonym for" show clearly"?

    Quote Originally Posted by zohreh250250 View Post
    Thanks a lot.
    Start every new sentence with a capital letter.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    #7

    Re: which one is a synonym for" show clearly"?

    Quote Originally Posted by zohreh250250 View Post
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    what's the difference between indicate and demonstrate?
    Demonstrating is showing what something can do (or just does). Indicating is showing where something is (hence 'index finger') or just that it is. They can be synonymous, but often aren't.

    But two short sentences like that can't possibly explain fully - or even satisfactorily. As has already been suggested, use a thesaurus and several dictionaries monolingual, preferably.

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