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6. Poets use imagery and words with different connotations and denotations. In a paragraph, define and
provide an example of imagery, connotation, and denotation. Then, explain how poets use these elements
to contribute to tone in a poem. Support your answer with evidence from “President Lincoln’s Declaration
of Emancipation, January 1, 1863.” (4 points)

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  1. Where is your answer? We can't check it until we see it.

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  2. Hey, "Reed" how tf are we supposed to answer it if wE DON'T KNOW HOW TO??? JfC.

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  3. If someone would post all the questions and answers than you could go through them and find the right question and enter it

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  4. Like if they didn't just type
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    If they would write the whole questions

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  6. Language arts grade 8 semester b Unit 2 lesson 8 Voices in Verse Unit test

    1. B lines 2 and 4
    2. B light eliminating from shadows
    3. D it uses comparison with sunlight...
    4. A it will make mountains and valleys bright...
    5. A gloomy
    6. (Evidence from the 3rd and 4th stanzas) To gild something is to coat it with gold. Gild means to "cover thinly" with gold as in barely gold. Light shining on something has nothing to with gold leaf or gold plate, but it Makes it shine LIKE gold. The connotation differs from the denotation because it contributes to a warm hopeful tone. The use of imagery is basically the author using very descriptive words to emphasize their work.(Third stanza 9-10) "It shall flood with golden splendor/ All the huts of Coraline..." is imagery because it describes the scene in vivid detail. The phrase "golden splendor" rouses am excited tone.
    7. D expressing unhappiness
    8. B restatement
    9. D line 31
    10. B The river becomes calmer at this point.
    11. C line 16
    12. D The river is moving quickly and becomes rough.
    13. A The river gets faster...
    14. B hearing
    15. A charge
    16. A the rain looked shiny under the streetlight.
    17. B The winners of the contest are they.
    18. A My Sister Sarah loves to cook.
    19. C Even my cousin Steve feels sad today.

    Theses are my answers. The multi choice ones should be correct as of March 3 2020 unless my answers aren't on your test.

    The written response is what i put in on my test, so therefore i am not responsible if you have a very strict teacher that only gives you 2 points cuz she wanted you to "elaborate more". This answer has answered hopefully all parts of the test. If you wanted to, you can expand further on my answer

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