Denotation Example - "Weasel"

Denotation Example - "Weasel"
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Connotation vs Denotation

Connotation vs Denotation

By Jonathan Ayer

The differences and nuances between denotation and connotation are a popular topic to cover and review when discussing English grammar. In order for students to best understand and apply the use of tone in writing and literature, they must have a firm grasp of the distinction between what words denote and connote.

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Denotation examples & definition: Teach the difference between connotation and denotation with comics!

Storyboard Text

  • The weasel I went on a blind date with last night had some nerve to tell me...
  • Blah, blah, blah...
  • Wait... a weasel as in - like - the animal?! You went on a date with it?
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