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    familiarize

    Hello

    Can you suggest any alternatives for the bold word?

    Exercises which will help familiarize you with the terms used.

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    Re: familiarize

    Acquaint.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: familiarize

    Is there a phrasal verb to mean the same thing?

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    Re: familiarize

    You could say: Exercises that help you get to know the terms used.


    ​Note that neither that nor your original is a complete sentence.

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