Literature
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'Read each quotation. Decide whether the capitalized word has a positive or negative meaning.'
11. "...ABANDONMENT, except for memories, was the common thing..."
negative
12. "At the moment i first saw him, he was being HANDCUFFED and shoved into a police truck."
negative
13. "His whole body, like his conscience, was at PEACE."
positive
14. "...her marker was made of wood and ROTTED years ago..."
negative
15. "It is part of the black Southern sensibility that we TREASURE memories..."
positive
Are these correct?
Thanks
MC

yes, however, 15 could be argued if context around it was negative history.

Thanks
MC
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