1.synthesize [`sɪnθə͵saɪz](v.) to combine different ideas, styles, or systems into a single idea or system
Example: The final chapter attempts to synthesize the arguments.
2.assimilate [ə`sɪm!͵et] (v.) to take in an idea or information and makd it part of your knowledge so that you can use it effectively
Example: Picasso assimilated an amazing variety of techniques in his art.
3.rhetorical [rɪ`tɔrɪk!] (adj.) relating to a style of speaking or writing that is effective or intended to influence people
Example: You can skip over the rhetorical passages and still get the gist of the essay.
4.relevant[`rɛləvənt](adj.) directly connected with and important to what is being discussed or considered
Example: Once we have all the relevant information, we can make a decision.
5.rehearse [rɪ`hɝs](v.) to practice something you are going to say or do
Example: Angie rehearsed what she was going to say on the phone.