Here are some groups of words that commonly occur in Critiques, with examples. Here is some information about the way the information is shown.
Here are some words and groups of words that commonly occur in Critiques, with examples from different disciplines. Click on Instructions for more information about the format.
|play(s) an (important) role (in)||Example|
|VERB an (important) role (in)||Example|
|large number of, wide range of, great deal of||Example|
Try the tasks below to understand more about the vocabulary used in Critiques.
You might also find the following language useful when writing a Critique:
Look at the Sketch Engine list of sentences dealing with evaluating methodologies in Critiques. Drag the phrases to make correct sentences. Note that in the phrase 'strengths and weaknesses', 'strengths' is always first; never write '
weaknesses and strengths'.
Look at the Sketch Engine listing for "range", "deal" and "number" in Critiques. Pay attention to the typical adjectives before these words. Try this exercise from student writing. If you don't agree, try again to see what the students actually wrote.