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Introduce / Connect:  if you introduce something, you present if for the first time; if you connect things, you make a link between them.

Interact / Categorise:  if you interact with someone, your actions affect each other; if you categorise items, you put them in groups.

Draft / Stimulate:  if you draft something, you write it down for the first time, with the intention of revising it; if you stimulate something, you encourage it to be more active.

Delineate / Exemplify:  if you delineate something, you show where it is or what it is; if you exemplify something, you give examples of it.

Label / Recall:  if you label something, you assign a name, number, or symbol to it; if you recall information, you remember it.

Critique / Articulate:  if you critique something that is presented to you, you look at it carefully to find things that could be improved; if you articulate your ideas, you express them clearly.

Anticipate / Conjecture: if you anticipate something, you predict that something will happen and prepare for it; if you conjecture you say something that you think is true, but you aren't completely sure about.

Specify / Assertif you specify something, you describe or explain it clearly and in detail; if you assert something, you say it confidently.

Decompose / Grapple:  to decompose something means to take it apart; if you grapple with something, you struggle to figure it out.

Consult / Trace:  If you consult something or someone, you ask for advice or information; if you trace something, you follow it closely.