Its use is complicated, so it is often misused, but here, nonetheless, is a context clues worksheet on the transitive verb comprise. It means “to include especially within a particular scope,” “to be made up of,” “compose,” and “constitute.” All of this said, before teaching this word, you might be well served to review usage rules for it.
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