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The feelings and attitudes evoked by a word are referred to as its
The feelings and attitudes evoked by a word are referred to as its connotation. [smile]
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Which type of learners will benefit by checking whether their thesis and topic sentences are clearly stated when revising their essays?
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Pragmatic learners would benefit by checking whether their thesis and topic sentences are clearly stated when revising their essays.
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Which type of learners would benefit by checking whether their thesis and topic sentences are clearly stated when revising their essays? a) verbal b) concrete c) abstract d) pragmatic
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Because I had so much work to do, I made a list of all my tasks, and I tried to complete a few each day. -is a compound-complex sentence.
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The feelings and attitudes evoked by a word are referred to as its A. evocation. B. denotation. C. connotation. D. figuration.
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The feelings and attitudes evoked by a word are referred to as connotation.

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