What does discernible mean?
Discernible is a derivative, or comes from the word, discern. It is an adjective. It describes a person, place, or thing in a sentence.
Answer and Explanation:
Discernible is the ability to detect, understand, or see something with the eyes or other senses. For example, in the following sentence, the word...
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Building vocabulary or the vocabularies of students helps develop a better connection to reading comprehension. Learn more about useful teaching strategies, how context clues and wordplays can help, and the different strategies that can be used.