Illustrate an abstract concept that represents connotation and denotation of words. Also, include a representation of two distinct entities showcasing a serene and calming aura which signifies the words 'carefree' and 'untroubled'. Ensure that it links all the concepts together harmoniously but keep the image text-free.

1. Which of the following is the connotation of a word?

2. Which of the following is the denotation of a word?
3. Which of the following explains what the words carefree and untroubled have in common?
4. Which of the following explains what the words carefree and untroubled have in common?
5. Which of the following explains what the words carefree and untroubled have in common?

HottMessMom HottMessMom answered
3 years ago

I already did the quick check. Just wanted to post the answers to help anyone else out.

1. the feeling a word suggest
2. its literal meaning
3. similar denotations
4. unresolved
5. neutral

Yo Yo Yo Yo answered
3 years ago

The last 2 questions are wrote wrong but the answers are right thanks!

jjkhjhjhjh jjkhjhjhjh answered
3 years ago

what are the right answers plz i have an f and i have to get it up

randomguy randomguy answered
3 years ago

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randomguy randomguy answered
3 years ago

the last three a written wrong and i dunno what to put

sdfghjkm sdfghjkm answered
3 years ago

The last three are easy to figure out as long as you know what each of the words mean. So just look up the definition if you don't know.

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3 years ago

HOTTMESSMOM IS RIGHT

M M answered
3 years ago

I got all but one wrong here are the real answers

1. The feelings suggested by a word.
2. A more imaginative meaning of a word.
3.an obvious exaggeration.
4. an implied comparison without using like or as
5. A comparison between two unlike things using like or as

Your welcome Your welcome answered
3 years ago

hey guys! Here are the right answers M was right too!

1.the feeling suggested by a word
2.a more imaginative meaning of a word
3.an obvious exaggeration
4.an implied comparison without using like or as
5.a comparison between two unlike things using like or as
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soul eater soul eater answered
3 years ago

your welcome is right

scoop scoop answered
3 years ago

HottMessMom is correct for Lesson 9: Connotations vs. Denotations Quick Check

Boi Boi answered
3 years ago

Bro I don't even have half of the answers these people be giving

Jay Jay answered
3 years ago

Same boi like im so confused

Lesson 15: Figurative and Connotative Meaning Quick Check

23.0120002 Language Arts 7 B Unit 4: Reading Literary Text
@YOUR WELCOME was so right !!!! TYSM
hey guys! Here are the right answers M was right too!
1.the feeling suggested by a word
2.a more imaginative meaning of a word
3.an obvious exaggeration
4.an implied comparison without using like or as
5.a comparison between two unlike things using like or as

i got 100%

<3 <3 answered
3 years ago

fbi is correct!!

Anonymous Anonymous answered
3 years ago

if you are in the 7th HottMessMom his right 8th M is right

SakicaneB SakicaneB answered
3 years ago

For those taking the Connotation vs. Denotations Quick check the answers for you are:

1. the feeling a word suggest
2. its literal meaning
3. similar denotations
4. unresolved
5. neutral

For those taking the Figurative and Connotative Meaning Quick Check
Your answers are:
1. The feelings suggested by a word.
2. A more imaginative meaning of a word.
3.an obvious exaggeration.
4. an implied comparison without using like or as
5. A comparison between two unlike things using like or as

You're welcome

999 999 answered
3 years ago

nice i got the answers ty

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hi hi answered
3 years ago

Lesson 9: Connotations vs. Denotations Quick Check

Language Arts 7 B Unit 6: Language and Style connexus answers
1.Which of the following is the connotation of a word?-the feelings a word suggests
2.Which of the following is the denotation of a word?-its literal meaning
3.Which of the following explains what the words carefree and untroubled have in common?-similar denotation
4.Which synonym for outstanding has a negative connotation?-unresolved
5.If a word does not evoke any feelings, which type of connotation does it have?-neutral
hope this helped!

GoofyProduct GoofyProduct answered
3 years ago

If your doing connotations vs. Denotations quick check then hott mess is the one who is right and the other one is probably not related to it

Look Look answered
3 years ago

100%

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Willow Willow answered
3 years ago

OMG thank you so much @hi I got a 100%

Thank you @hi

Snitch Snitch answered
3 years ago

im telling ms juniel and the other teachers of u guys they can see into any of ur windows open when connexus is open so they know yall cheatin

anonomus birdo anonomus birdo answered
3 years ago

snitch this isnt cheatin i use this to check answers

danganronpa trash danganronpa trash answered
3 years ago

LMAOOOO i dont think the teachers can do that unless you show your screen

The Snitch Finder The Snitch Finder answered
3 years ago

found you again

snitches get stiches snitches get stiches answered
3 years ago

@Snitch, first of all, your cheating too. Because why would you be here, perhaps to look at the answers? Or maybe to what, just snitch on people? Please go do something better in life, other than snitching, and that word is so cliche, so stop using it!

I love you snitches get stiches!

Thank you for all you do!

snitches get stiches snitches get stiches answered
3 years ago

your welcome

I know I'm right peridot

SomeoneNotImportant SomeoneNotImportant answered
3 years ago

you people on this site telling others to stop cheating and follow the Jiskha's so called "rules" why are you looking up the answers if your just gonna tell us to stop plus Jiskha was made for people to get help some kids can't think properly and need a little extra help, no one's gonna listen to you so it's pointless to continue telling everyone to stop. Have a great day and stay safe.

-SomeoneNotImportant

I LOVE GAMETOONS I LOVE GAMETOONS answered
3 years ago

1.the feeling suggested by a word

2.a more imaginative meaning of a word
3.an obvious exaggeration
4.an implied comparison without using like or as
5.a comparison between two unlike things using like or as

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Unknown Unknown answered
3 years ago

1.the feelings suggested by a word

2.a more imaginative meaning of a word
3.an obvious exaggeration
4.an implied comparison without using like or as
5.a comparison between two unlike things like or as

5/5

Billy Billy answered
3 years ago

@hi ty so much i got 100% have a good day and yes

Red is sus Red is sus answered
3 years ago

The best part is....your anwsers are diffrent from mine for the connotative meanings qc

WHYYYYY

nice girl ali nice girl ali answered
2 years ago

word connotation quick check

1.Which word has a similar meaning but a more neutral connotation than the word noisy?(1 point)

active



loud

quiet


powerful

2.Which option describes a neutral connotation?(1 point)
a good feeling associated with a word

a feeling associated with a word that is opposite of its meaning


a feeling associated with a word that is neither good or bad

a bad feeling associated with a word

3.Which word has a similar meaning but a more neutral connotation than the word noisy?(1 point)

active


loud


quiet


powerful

4.Which term describes an implied or suggested meaning of a word that is different than its literal meaning?(1 point)

denotation


context


connotation


negative

whats the answers for those?

Anonymous Anonymous answered
2 years ago

Which word has a similar meaning but more neutral connotation than the word noisy? really need help on this one

Alexia Smith Alexia Smith answered
2 years ago

1. B- The feelings a word suggest

2. D- Its literal meaning
3. C- They each have a positive connotation
4. B- Unresolved
5. B- Neutral
I took the assignment and got 100 those are the answers but the teachers have switched up the answers i think for everyone but those answers are for UNIT 6 LESSON 5 CONNOTATIONS VS. DENOTATIONS .

sup yall sup yall answered
2 years ago

thx alexia you helped me get a 100%

grunge kid grunge kid answered
2 years ago

Heres the answers for unit 6 lesson 5

1 the feelings a word suggests
2 its literal meaning
3 they have a positive connotation
4 unresolved
5 neutral

random human random human answered
2 years ago

@grunge kid thanks you got me an 100%

crunckyrollypoll crunckyrollypoll answered
2 years ago

@Grunge kid is correct still (Connotations vs. Denotations quick check)

1. B. The feeling a word suggest
2. C. Its literal meaning
3. B. They each have a positive connotation
4. C. unresolved
5. D. neutral

Camilo Camilo answered
2 years ago

crunckyrollypoll , is wrong i got an 0% my grade was B now down smh

Akazas wife Akazas wife answered
2 years ago

Camilo You must have different questions bc its right for me

dude dude answered
2 years ago

Alexia Smith is correct...

CONNEXUS STUDENT CONNEXUS STUDENT answered
2 years ago

The real answers are

1. The feelings a word sugggest
2. It's litterall meaning
3. They each have a positive connotation
4. Unresolved
5. Neutral

Bree Bree answered
2 years ago

ELA Lesson 6.5

Connotations vs. Denotations
1. The feelings a word suggest
2. Its literal meaning
3. They each have a positive connotation
4. Unresolved
5. Neutral

Your boyyy Your boyyy answered
2 years ago

Coming from the sakicane person you kind of got really confusing when you got to number three on the first one you tried to solve you didn't put the right words down and many people got confused.

Nobody Nobody answered
2 years ago

1. The feeling a word suggest

2. Its literal meaning
3. Each have a positive connotation
4. Unresolved
5. Neutral
100% for Connexus

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2 years ago

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Killer Killer answered
2 years ago

Hey, Snitch. I see you haven't been roasted, not yet? That's fun. Let's start with your name, shall we? Snitch, why is that familiar? Maybe because it doesn't just refer to telling on someone, it's the name of something. Now, to clear things up, does your name say, "You can't catch me! I'm on this site! And when I tell the teachers, I'll get in trouble too! Because that means that I've been on this site too!" Gee, you are a genius. SoNotIntoTheCiriculumHa. There's your name, I hope you are proud of it. Its pretty S-T-U-P-I-D! Thanks,

Killer

ratty ratty answered
2 years ago

what is this ^

Bob Bob answered
2 years ago

If you're on connexus 3 is They each have a positive connotation

Sublime Lord Genghis Khan Sublime Lord Genghis Khan answered
2 years ago

"Killer" is cringe.

cupid cupid answered
2 years ago

1. talked

2. stomped
3. waltzed
4. tone

Yung nothin Yung nothin answered
2 years ago

Bro there is no freaking answer that says same denotation what are y'all talking about

Connexus person idk Connexus person idk answered
2 years ago

just gonna clear the answers up, for Connotations vs. Denotations, its

Which of the following is the connotation of a word?
Answer : The feelings a word suggests.
Which of the following is the denotation of a word?
Answer : Its literal meaning.
The word "carefree" and "untroubled" are related in their denotation. Which choice explains their connotation?
Answer : They each have a positive connotation.
Which synonym for outstanding has a negative connotation?
Answer : Unresolved.
If a word does not evoke any feelings, which type of connotation does it have?
Answer : Neutral.

These are all right I promise I just checked my answers.

:] :] answered
2 years ago

For those taking the Connotation vs. Denotations Quick

1. the feelings a word suggests
2. its literal meaning
3. They each have a positive connotation.
4. unresolved
5. neutral

Shizuku Shizuku answered
2 years ago

This my test answers for me

1. The feelings a word suggests
2. Its literal meaning
3. They each have a positive connotation
4. Unresolved
5. Neutral
I got a 100%

someone someone answered
2 years ago

Thanks, Alexia is 100% correct but refrain from using your real name!!

8th Grader 8th Grader answered
2 years ago

Thanks! Cupid!

Anonymous Anonymous answered
2 years ago

all of these are now wrong in connexus ugh i failed

Ma'Launi Ma'Launi answered
1 year ago

CONNEXUS STUDENTS WORD CONNOTATIONS ONLY

1. The dictionary definition of a word
2. A Feeling associated with a word that is neither good or bad
3. Loud
4. Connotation
I GOT 100%

Dream Dream answered
1 year ago

1.the feelings a word suggests

2.its literal meaning
3. They each have a positive connotation.
4. unresolved
5.neutral
they change number 3.

Moa Moa answered
1 year ago

im confused im taking Connotations vs. Denotations Quick Check and number 3 is different from what everyone is saying the question is

The words "carefree" and "untroubled" are related in their denotation. Which choice explains their connotation?(1 point)
Responses

They each have a neutral connotation.

One has a positive and the other a negative connotation.

They each have a positive connotation.

They each have a negative connotation.

Moa Moa answered
1 year ago

if your question is

The words "carefree" and "untroubled" are related in their denotation. Which choice explains their connotation?
the answer is They each have a positive connotation.

I GOT YOU I GOT YOU answered
1 year ago

For those of you in 2023 with new questions heres the answers

1 confident
2 the literal meaning of a word
3 expect the unexpected
4 a direct comparison that does not use like or as
5 personification

urlocalnerd urlocalnerd answered
1 year ago

tysm @Alexia Smith 100%

Muddled! Muddled! answered
1 year ago

Alexia Smith is right for 2023!!

.. .. answered
1 year ago

alexia is 100% right bruuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu.

wahtari wahtari answered
1 year ago

1. the feelings a word suggests

2. its literal meaning
3. They each have a positive connotation.
4. unresolved
5. neutral

Connotations vs. Denotations Quick Check

adobel adobel answered
1 year ago

Hi HottMessMom how old are you

adobel adobel answered
1 year ago

Because you sound like someone I could like and be in love with

anonymous anonymous answered
1 year ago

and are you a girl or

Aniyah Aniyah answered
1 year ago

Dream is correct for 2023!!! I got 100%

anonymous anonymous answered
1 year ago

YOUR WELCOME IS RIGHT !!

Your Local Helper Your Local Helper answered
1 year ago

These were my answers

1. The feeling a word suggests
2. It's literal meaning
3. They each have a positive meaning
4. Unresolved
5. Neutral

mystythecat mystythecat answered
1 year ago

@grunge kid is wrong on number 3 its: They each have a negative connotation

French Toast French Toast answered
1 year ago

Tysm (Your Local Helper) and everyone else that had the same answers as they did.

Discord: French Toast#4676
.-. I'm bored and have nobody to talk to on discord so add me if you wanna be friends I guess.

Kai_The_Spi-2 Kai_The_Spi-2 answered
1 year ago

Some people don't have the same answers I had sooo here ya go

1. The feelings a word suggests
2. Its literal meaning
3. They each have a positive connotation
4. Unresolved
5. Neutral

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multistan -3- multistan -3- answered
1 year ago

how tf did i miss two people in my grade who were right here-

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