The Importance of Denotation and Connotation


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By Courtney H.

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  • Hi! My name is Brianna. Welcome to my home! I will give you a tour! I hope you enjoy it! First, we will be going to the family room.
  • How was work today, Dad?
  • Good! But, the person I was working with was blue, so he couldn't really wrap his mind around what we were trying to accomplish.
  • So the guy you were working with, was the color of my shirt?
  • No, I'm talking figuratively. Connotation is important, because it's how you see something, and how you connect to it.
  • Oh! Now I see what you're saying. I was thinking about denotation. I'm going to go to Bella's room now.
  • Good! What's for dinner?
  • Chicken. And I'm not talking about a scaredy cat, but I'm talking about denotation, and that means the food, which comes from the bird.
  • Hi, Bella! How are you?
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