To annotate a book is to critically reading and analysing a book and getting out a meaning of the content. also (only if you own the book otherwise use stickie notes) you need to highlight importent parts of the book that stand out to you such as diction, detail, and characterization
Now that we're in high school, we have to annotate our book reports.
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Annotate is to write notes.
Annotate sources on the reference page.
Annotate means to supply with explanatory notes. A footnote is an example of an annotation. "I was required to annotate my research paper with footnotes."
Annotate mean to add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments.
The way she annotated the diagram was fantastic. This is an example of annotate word in sentence.
Annotating is just another way of taking notes, without using a separate piece of paper. Readers annotate because it helps them remember important parts of a book, and is just another way of taking notes.
to supply with critical or explanatory notes; comment uponin notes: to annotate the works of Shakespeare.
Although he was told that it wasn't allowed, he continued to annotate his copy of Lord of the Flies.
What is the proper way to annotate a masters degree behind your name? Thank you.
To Take Notes
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Well to annotate something is to make critical and explanatory notes of the work. This means to basically mark up the text. So to annotate a photo or a document you would take note on (or mark) the use of color, the texture, technique and so on.
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To make a basic list of books in your home or office you can write up an annotated bibliography, by listing the title and author of each book and annotating these entries with brief data relating to each title. To annotate means to add notes or comments and is a very useful way to record your thoughts on something you've read or something you're writing.
An annotation is a note that is made while reading any form of text.
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