What decides the meaning of a word?.


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Is there more to a word than how it is characterized in the lexicon?. Yes, there is more. Truth be told, each word has no less than two definitions:connotative and denotative. All in all, what\'s the distinction?. The denotative definition depends on the________definition of a word.The indicative definition is the________________________ significance of a word..
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What decides the meaning of a word?

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Is there more to a word than how it is characterized in the lexicon?

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Yes, there is more. Truth be told, each word has no less than two definitions: demonstrative and denotative So, what\'s the distinction?

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The denotative definition depends on the________definition of a word. The obvious definition is the________________________ significance of a word. exacting non-literal or enthusiastic

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Let\'s have a go at giving the obvious definition for some normal words.

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Love Denotative definition: a glow and delicate enjoying; a profound sentiment affection and companionship. Demonstrative definition: a word which depicts . . . . . . .

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Anger Denotative definition : the inclination one has toward something that damages, restricts, irritates, or bothers. Obvious definition: When I feel . . .

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Patriotism Denotative definition: love or faithful backing for one\'s nation Connotative definition: The demonstration of . . .

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Christmas Denotative definition: an occasion celebrated on December 25 Connotative definition : A period of year when . . .

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Your task Define "blessing." Give both a denotative and a suggestive definition. Transform these definitions into a five passage article. Take after the structure of a very much sorted out exposition.

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Introductory passage Broad to _______ Specific Thesis explanation

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Each of the three supporting sections must contain A theme sentence Supporting illustrations A finishing up sentence which binds the passage to the subject sentence

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Concluding section Specific To __________ Broad Be mindful so as not to start another thought.

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Consider your group of onlookers It will be O.K. to utilize individual pronouns like I, me, my, we, our, and us . It will be alright to utilize the pronoun you .

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Remember to check the imperative stuff. Shouldn\'t something be said about the word this ? Shouldn\'t something be said about withdrawals? Shouldn\'t something be said about slang terms? Shouldn\'t something be said about tense consistency? Shouldn\'t something be said about parallelism?

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