|The verb "Abandoned" indicates that the AU session was abnormally terminated by a learner's action (or due to a system failure).
|Indicates the actor replied to a question, where the object is generally an activity representing the question. The text of the answer will often be included in the response inside result.
|Indicates an inquiry by an actor with the expectation of a response or answer to a question.
|Indicates the actor tried to access the object. An attempt statement without additional activities could be considered incomplete in some cases.
|Indicates the actor was present at a virtual or physical event or activity.
|Indicates the actor provided digital or written annotations on or about an object.
|Indicates the actor finished or concluded the activity normally.
|Indicates that the actor turned on a particular part or feature of the system. It works with the verb disabled.
|Indicates the actor intentionally departed from the activity or object.
|Indicates the actor only encountered the object and is applicable in situations where a specific achievement or completion is not required.
|Indicates the actor did not successfully pass an activity to a level of predetermined satisfaction.
|Indicates the actor introduced an object into a physical or virtual location.
|Indicates the activity provider has determined that the actor successfully started an activity.
|Indicates the actor engaged with a physical or virtual object.
|Indicates the actor attempted to start an activity.
|Indicates that the actor marked the object as an item of special interest. The "like" verb is an alias of "favorite". The two verbs are semantically identical.
|Indicates the highest level of comprehension or competence the actor performed in an activity.
|Indicates that the actor has opened the object. For instance, the object could represent a ticket being tracked in an issue management system.
|Indicates the actor successfully passed an activity to a level of predetermined satisfaction.
|To indicate an actor has ceased or suspended an activity temporarily.
|Indicates that the actor has performed the object offline for a period of time (episode). For instance, a learner performed task X, which is an offline task like reading a book, for 30 minutes. This is used to record the time spent on offline activities.
|Indicates that the actor spent some time enjoying the object. For example, if the object is a video this indicates that the subject watched all or part of the video. The "play" verb is a more specific form of the "consume" verb.
|Indicates the selected choices, favored options or settings of an actor in relation to an object or activity.
|Indicates a value of how much of an actor has advanced or moved through an activity.
|Indicates that the actor read the object. This is typically only applicable for objects representing printed or written content, such as a book, a message or a comment. The "read" verb is a more specific form of the "consume", "experience" and "play" verbs.
|Indicates the actor is officially enrolled or inducted in an activity.
|Indicates the actor announced the result of an experience or activity.
|Indicates an actor reacted or replied to an object.
|Indicates the application has determined that the actor continued or reopened a suspended attempt on an activity.
|Indicates a numerical value related to an actor's performance on an activity.
|Indicates that the actor is or has searched for the object. If a target is specified, it indicates the context within which the search is or has been conducted.
|Indicates that the actor selects an object from a collection or set to use it in an activity. The collection would be the context parent element.
|Indicates the actor's intent to openly provide access to an object of common interest to other actors or groups.
|Indicates that the actor has started the object. For instance, when a person starts a project.
|Indicates the status of a temporarily halted activity when an actor's intent is returning to the object or activity at a later time.
|Indicates that the actor successfully ended an activity.
|Indicates that the actor has viewed the object
|A special reserved verb used by a LRS or application to mark a statement as invalid. See the xAPI specification for details on Voided statements.
|Indicates that the actor has watched the object. This verb is typically applicable only when the object represents dynamic, visible content such as a movie, a television show or a public performance. This verb is a more specific form of "experience", "play" and "consume".
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