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To answer is to respond to a question.
To ask is to inquire about something.
To attend an event is to be present at it.
To cheat is to engage in deceitful behavior.
To erase something is to remove it.
To explain something is to make it plain and comprehensible.
To know something is to be familiar or acquainted with it.
To learn is to gain knowledge or skills.
To study is to apply one's mind to learning and understanding a subject (especially by reading).
To spell is to recite or write the letters that make up a word in the correct order.
To teach is to impart skills or knowledge to someone.
To test is to assess someone's knowledge of something.
To think is to focus one's mind on something.
To train is to prepare for an event, test, or competition.
To write is to communicate or express by marking words on a surface.

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