If I am considering a subject - say, cats - I can improve my listing of key facts and information about cats by making the subject into a verb. Thus:
Cat does: catting
What this new verb - catting - does is remind me and help me to capture the activities that reflect the essence of 'catness'. So:
Catting = washing, sleeping, eating food, purring, being a good pet, chasing birds, fighting, mewing etc.
Cat as the object
I can also make the cat into an object - the receiver of the action. This is in the format: action/ noun. Thus:
Catting the cat
Again this helps me to list the key actions that are carried out on a cat. Thus:
Stroking, feeding, patting, taking to the vets, dragging off birds, attacking (by other cats), calling etc.
A complete sentence
I can take a word stem and make a sentence using that stem. So, if I am writing a story that involved a killing, I can create the stem 'kill' and then make a sentence using that stem:
Killer killing the killable
This helps me to list and develop the most important information. I can also use the stem to add adverbs (and/or adjectives):
Killer killing the killable killingly.