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(6) Every move connected in a sinuous chain of grace. In Sentence 6, which of the following words would give chain negative connotations? A. sparkling B. linked C. heavy D. flowing

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Okay, another connotation one. Let's see if you can get this one. :D Read the sentence. Does the connotation of "Chain of grace" sound positive or negative?
positive
Great! :) So let's look at these answer choices. We can eliminate the positive sounding ones, because we want chain to have a different (aka negative) connotation. Right away I see one that can be eliminated, what about you?

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um A i think
Awesome. We can also get rid of "flowing," because tat sounds graceful. We don't want graceful, we want something awkward and clunky. :)
so would it be heavy
Exactly. :) Heavy makes it sound all clunky and awkward. :) Not good, negative connotation. :)

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