Precise Words and Relevant Details Worksheets To Print:
Be Precise! – Matching and then
fill ins, that's not that precise.
– Lawyers often depend on the testimony of an eyewitness in order
to convict someone of a crime.
Details – Practice using precise language and conveying relevant
details by describing a problem that you have had recently.
Whip it up! Or should
I blend it up? – Write a descriptive paragraph about how you
prepared something you have cooked before, or, if you have never cooked
before, consult a recipe about something you would like to cook.