Definition:

  1. Walking through something filled with water 
  2. Read laboriously through a long piece of writing

Sentence example: Framing issues in open-ended questions teaches students to weed out ill-thought-out views. One must have the ability to wade through all these incessant information streams and be able to test an argument.

The Power Memory Strategy:

  • Link to wa-, i.e. water
  • Walking through water takes a lot of effort ⇒ similarly, imagine the huge effort required to read through a long essay
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