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Posted by Konfuzed_95 (U15252220) on Thursday, 10th May 2012
Can you tell me What are: connotations, denotations, examples of sentence structure and why they are used,examples of techniques such as alliteration and why they're used, and the variety of tones which can be used.
Posted by U15220626 (U15220626) on Wednesday, 16th May 2012
Connotations is like the negative aspect of a word, and denotation is the actual definition. Example (using plague):
Obesity PLAGUES Britain:
denotation - a contagious bacterial disease
connotation - something uncontrollable, that spreads quickly like disease.
Sentence structure is stuff like word choice, commas, semi-colons etc which usually adds emphasis.
fun, fit and fat.
Used to highlight the similarities that you can have fun, be fat yet still be fit etc.
Tones - all you need to know in higher/SG is serious and humorous/ironic.
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