3. Interpreting Connotations of Words (Module)


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4 thoughts on “3. Interpreting Connotations of Words (Module)

  1. hi sir this is my assignment:
    2. (a) P, (b) N
    3. (a) D, (b) N
    4. (a) P, (b) N
    5. (a) D, (b) P
    6. (a) P, (b) D
    7. (a) D, (b) P

  2. Dear Mr. Parlin
    These are my assigment:
    2. a. (D); b. (N)
    3. a. (D); b. (N)
    4. a. (P); b. (N)
    5. a. (N); b. (P)
    6. a. (P); b. (N)
    7. a. (P); b. (D)

    Rgards,
    Vany

  3. Dear Mr. Parlin
    These are my answers :
    Sorry sir, the words for no 4 and no 6 are the same
    2. a. (P) ; b. (N)
    3. a. (D) ; b. (N)
    4. a. (P) ; b. (D)
    5. a. (N) ; b. (P)
    6. a. (P) ; b. (D)
    7. a. (P) ; b. (D)
    Thank you
    Yulina R

  4. Dear all,
    After reading the article above, determine which of the words/phrases in the following list has denotative meaning (D) or suggests positive connotation (P) and which suggests negative connotation (N). Item 1 is done as an example.

    1. a. thin; b. slender; c. skinny
    2. a. has an open marriage; b. commits adultery
    3. a. childlike; b. childish
    4. a. product representative; b. salesman
    5. a. cheap; b. inexpensive
    6. a. product representative; b. salesman
    7. a. chef; b. cook

    Answer:
    1. a. (D); b. (P) c. (N)

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