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How is denotative language used in literature? A. To show the dictionary definition of a word. B. To draw attention to an important idea in a story. C. To allow the author to express a personal opinion. D. To express emotions associated with a word. (will medal)
Mathematics
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anonymous
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Wrong section, but denotative means, literally, the definition from the dictionary
anonymous
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yeah lol im in math my bad so do you know the answer?
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Its A i believe

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thanks
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Youre welcome

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