academic phrase for "take a closer look at"

Pimothy

Member
English + Dutch, UK
Hi everyone,

Can anyone think of a different way of saying "to take a closer look at", slightly more formal/academic. My brain currently isn't working, the best I could come up with is (in context):

"The following section will give a closer examination of some of the identified members of the Nubian elite."

and I don't think that is even grammatically correct. Can anyone help me out here?

Thanks in advance
Pimothy
 
  • jdenson

    Senior Member
    USA / English
    Pimothy said:
    Hi everyone,

    Can anyone think of a different way of saying "to take a closer look at", slightly more formal/academic. My brain currently isn't working, the best I could come up with is (in context):

    "The following section will give a closer examination of some of the identified members of the Nubian elite."

    and I don't think that is even grammatically correct. Can anyone help me out here?

    Thanks in advance
    Pimothy
    How about, "The following section will more closely consider/examine some of the identified members of the Nubian elite."
     

    oceanvegas

    New Member
    English USA
    i think it woul be good to say
    "the following selection will better show some of the identified members of the Nubian elite"
     
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