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(1) There was no reason to expect anything but the worst, for Edward had a mountainous body, dense, slow, and awkward. In Sentence 1, the word mountainous is given a certain connotation by the other adjectives in the sentence. Which of the following words would give mountainous a different connotation? A. portly B. craggy C. rotund D. impressive

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  1. ilene13 Group Title
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    what do you think?

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  2. ilene13 Group Title
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    http://openstudy.com/updates/51228189e4b06821731d69a5 btw could you please look to see if you can help me too?

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  3. somebodys_heartbrake Group Title
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    idk and i have not red the one you have

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    oh okay:p .... Well do you know that at least one of them isnt it because i dont want to just give you the answer

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  5. somebodys_heartbrake Group Title
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    i had like 15 and i did not know like 5

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    okay but so do you know which one it isnt?

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  7. somebodys_heartbrake Group Title
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    would it be B

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    Hi there! Is everything good? Do you need any more assistance or are you completely lost?

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  9. ilene13 Group Title
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    i dont think it is B

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    i am completely lost

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    Okay. The question is asking you to find the "connotation" oh mountain in this sentence, right? Do you understand connotation or no?

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    *of

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  13. somebodys_heartbrake Group Title
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    um kinda

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    A connotation is a commonly understood subjective cultural or emotional association that some word or phrase carries, in addition to the word's or phrase's explicit or literal meaning, which is its denotation. A connotation is frequently described as either positive or negative, with regards to its pleasing or displeasing emotional connection. For example, a stubborn person may be described as being either strong-willed or pig-headed; although these have the same literal meaning (stubborn), strong-willed connotes admiration for the level of someone's will (a positive connotation), while pig-headed connotes frustration in dealing with someone (a negative connotation). i used wikipedia

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    Good. :) So the connotation of "mountain" in this sentence is negative. The adjectives make it negative; making Edward's body seem "dense, slow, and awkward." This is not a good thing! Negative connotation! :) Do you understand this a little more now?

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    Do you perhaps want to know what those other words mean, like "rotund"?

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    it means plump

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  18. tafkas77 Group Title
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    And so does portly :)

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    which is negative

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    ^^ Definitely :) Not good.

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    And craggy just means rough.

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    Are you getting this Somebodys_heartbrake

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    which is also negative sorta and impressive is positive soooo the anwser would be what Somebodys

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    @somebodys_heartbrake You there? :)

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    i am confused

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    Oh, okay, hee hee. OKay, so you're looking for the answer that is NOT a negative connotation. We gave you the definitions for the other words.

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    okay so the first 3 words have a negative vibe to them because you wouldnt want to be called plump ( which A and C are doing)and then you wouldnt want to be called rough ( which B is saying) so those are negative and D is a positive thing becasue its calling something impressive

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    If you looked up connotation which i did and its up there then you will understand the question just think about it for a second and you will hopefully understand the question:)

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  29. somebodys_heartbrake Group Title
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    so it would be D

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  30. ilene13 Group Title
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    correct:)

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    erfect. Great job! :D

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    Perfect*

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