Understand what you Read

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To create or have a mental picture of something.

For Example: Can you imagine an animal with three heads?


Living forever or never dying.

For example: No living beings are immortal.


Too many to be counted.

For Example: The Chikoo tree has innumerable leaves.


One or more things that can't live without each other.

For Example: All living things are interdependent on each other.


To explain the meaning of something in one's own understanding.

For Example: When asked about the water cycle, the students could not interpret it.


Not being affected by any condition.

Example: Everyone should know how to use a computer in school irrespective of age or gender.