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What is the difference between a denotative and a connotative meaning of a word? A. The connotation is the literal, dictionary meaning of a word, whereas the denotation is the feeling of a word. B. The connotation is the feeling of a word, whereas the denotation is the literal, dictionary meaning of a word. C. The connotation and the denotation are the same thing. D. The connotation is the meaning and the denotation the understanding.

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    B

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    thanks

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    youre welcome :)

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