which of the following words from the poem has a negative connotation? splendor vibrate murky fringed**

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  1. ENGLISH

    6. The following words share a denotative meaning. Which one has a negative connotation? (1 point) confident certain decisive demanding ~ 7. Read the following Chippewa song. Identify its purpose. A loon I thought it was But it was My love's splashing oar.

  2. Word Choice Quick Check

    Which of the following terms describes the way a reader feels? experience connotation tone meaning Which of the following terms describes the writer’s attitude toward his or her subject? connotation meaning tone mood What is it called when words have

  3. English

    Read the following example. What is the effect of the meter in these lines? I wandered lonely as a Cloud That floats on high o'er vales and Hills. When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden Daffodils; Beside the Lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering

  4. English

    How does connotation help you know how an author feels about the subject he or she is writing about? The connotation of a word gives you an objective point of view about the topic. Connotation can help the author with word choice by providing an accurate

  5. English

    Which sentence from barrio bay gives the word mother a negative connotation

  6. Poetry - PLZ CHECK OVER

    The sun was shining on the sea, Shining with all his might: He did his very best to make The billows smooth and bright – And this was odd, because it was The middle of the night. The moon was shining sulkily, Because she thought the sun Had got no

  7. Language art

    here are the answers for L.A. Author’s Purpose Quick Check its 1.objective 2.the author's purpose 3.chosen words, the main idea 4.Connotation can provide words with meanings that are positive, negative, or neutral. this will give you 4/4 👌👍😎😉

  8. english

    Read the following example. What is the effect of the meter in these lines? I wandered lonely as a Cloud That floats on high o'er vales and Hills. When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden Daffodils; Beside the Lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering

  9. ELA

    in the poem JUST, what element does the speaker use to describe the balloonmans actions? (whistles far and wee) 1)connotation 2)alliteration 3)repetition 4)personification understand that you may not have read this poem, but this has really confused me.

  10. Ed tech

    Which of the following describes a way of memorizing a poem using a mnemonic device? reading every line of a poem several times until you have it memorized singing the words of the poem to the tune of "Happy Birthday" creating a poster that displays the

  11. ELA

    Which one of the following words has a negative connotation? (A)Middle? (B)Billows (C)Spoil (D)Done...........

  12. English

    My homework assignment is to take Walt Whitmans poem, "I Hear America Singing" and replace words/lines in the poem with the following: 1 Example of Parallel Structure or Anaphora 1 Catalogue of Items 1 Strong Image (use at least 10 words) 1 Example of

  13. english

    Read the sentence. The irritable old man who lives at the end of the street waved a baseball bat as he chased some skateboarders off his driveway. Which words with similar meanings would have a more negative connotation than irritable in the sentence?

  14. ELA

    Which of the following pairs of poetry elements best help the reader to identify the poem's tone? 1. Rhyme and rhythm 2. Structure and theme 3. (Connotation and denotation) 4. Speaker and line length

  15. reading anybody know?

    3. Which of the following words has a positive connotation? (1 point)childish immature babyish youthful 4. Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? (1 point)Is this your key, I found it near your house today? The wind blew the large,

  16. English

    I'm doing questions on the poem called "You are reading this too fast", by Ken Norris, and I need help with some of the questions. Here is the actual poem: You are reading this too fast. Slow down, for this is poetry and poetry works slowly. Unless you

  17. helpppppp??? please

    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

  18. English

    What does beat refer to in poetry? A. a grouping of two or more lines in a poem B. a pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables C. the repetition of similar sounds at the ends of words D. the main rhythm of the poem this has multiple answers Which option

  19. lang Arts

    Read the poem from "Between the Sliver and the Ash. In wintertime you will not see The object of your heart's desire. The treasure that will set you free You will not find in earth or fire. But sand where rocks and pebbles sing And seek the joyous sounds

  20. English

    The connotation for these words Snooty Arrogant Conceited Vain Egotistical

  21. ENGL-1020

    Please help me figure this out! What is he trying to say/What is this poem's meaning? Why did he write it? How does the denotation, connotation and/or level of diction found in the majority of the italicized words play against the level of diction found in

  22. English

    5. Which of the following words has a negative connotation? A. Splendor B. Vibrate C. Murky D. Fringed

  23. Language Arts

    17. Which of the following sentences includes a predicate pronoun? Justin and Meg are the winners of the contest(would it be this one?) The winners of the contest are they The winners of the contest are Justin and Meg (or would it be this one?) The winners

  24. Language Arts 6 B

    Why is it important to determine the point of view of the narrator of a poem?(1 point) It makes a poem easier to understand. It tells us why the author chose to write that way. It tells us the connotation of words in a poem. It helps to make a poem more

  25. poetry

    Read the following poem and answer questions that follow: Life, death,-death, life; the words have lead for ages Our thought and consciousness and firmly seemed Two opposites; but now long-hidden pages Are opened, liberating truths undreamed' Life only is,

  26. Poetry

    1. In the poem "The road not taken" by Robert Frost, what words show rhyme scheme. (Provide at least two words that rhyme from the poem, and the line number.) My answer: . Words like 'wood' and 'stood' in lines 1 and 3 rhyme. 2. In this poem, what pattern

  27. language

    In one to two sentences, explain how using the negative connotation of a word instead of the positive can impact a sentence.

  28. english

    Which of the following statements BEST explains why "I Am Offering This Poem" is considered a lyric poem? A. It is a simple poem that tells a story. B. It is a tragic poem that teaches a lesson. C. It is a short poem that expresses strong emotion. D. It is

  29. La

    How do poets use imagery, connotation,and denotation to contribute to tone in a poem? I don't really understand tone and such, if someone could explain?

  30. URGENT LANGUAGE

    "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 bu Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears IT shall flush the mountain

  31. LA

    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

  32. Language Arts

    Question: 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

  33. LA

    "President Lincoln’s Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863" by Frances E. W. Harper 1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush

  34. HELP Voices in Verse Unit Test: Closed Book

    "President Lincoln’s Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863" by Frances E. W. Harper 1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush

  35. L.A

    "President Lincoln’s Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863" by Frances E. W. Harper 1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush

  36. check my answers please

    "President Lincoln’s Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863" by Frances E. W. Harper 1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush

  37. L.A PLEASE HELP

    WHICH of the following words rom the poem has a negative connotation? A. dumb B. patient C. gilds D. promise my answer is a or b

  38. LA

    1. It shall flash through doing ages, 2.It shall light the distant years; 3.And eyes now dim with sorrow 4. Shall be brighter through their tears 5. It shall flush the mountain ranges, 6. And the valleys shall grow bright; 7. It shall battle the hills in

  39. Language Arts

    It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears IT shall flush the mountain ranges, And the valleys shall grow bright; It shall bathe the hills in radiance, And crown

  40. English

    does the word unpleasant have a negative connotation, a positive connotation, or negative

  41. word power

    2. Which one of the following words has a negative connotation? [A. Pedagogue] B. Inoculate C. Ophthalmological D. Taxidermy

  42. Language Arts Ms. Sue?? Writeacher?? Reed?

    "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 by Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears It shall flush the mountain

  43. LA

    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

  44. La

    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

  45. LA

    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

  46. English

    What is a negative connotation?

  47. English

    I'm learing about connotations of words. Although many words have connotations that most of us agree to because they are culturally shared, some worlds cna be given a different connotation in some contexts. However, since I am a ballingual student, I'm

  48. 1 question!

    Answer the following question about the poem “Fable for When There’s No Way Out.” How does this line from the poem help explain the outcome of the chick’s struggle? “Rage works if reason won’t.” Okay, I have read this poem, but I do know how

  49. LA Check!

    from “The Walrus and the Carpenter” by Lewis Carroll 1 The sun was shining on the sea, Shining with all his might: He did his very best to make The billows smooth and bright— 5 And this was odd, because it was The middle of the night. The moon was

  50. Language arts

    The walrus and the Carpender The sun was shining on the sea Shining with all his might He did his very best to make The Billows smooth and bright And this was odd because it was the middle of the night The moon was shining sulkily Because she thought the

  51. English

    Can you please check if the word choice is correct and if the words in parentheses are also possible? Thank you in advance. 1)Work out both the poem's rhyme scheme and its metre/rhythm The poem is written in rhyming couplets /in iambic pentameters. Each

  52. Language

    which of the following words from the poem has a negative connotation? splendor vibrate murky fringed**

  53. L.A

    President Lincoln’s Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863" by Frances E. W. Harper 1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush

  54. Language Art's

    "President Lincoln’s Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863" by Frances E. W. Harper 1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush

  55. Language Arts

    "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 by Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears It shall flush the mountain

  56. L.A.

    "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 bu Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears IT shall flush the mountain

  57. Language Arts (Check Answers)

    "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 by Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears It shall flush the mountain

  58. Language Arts

    President Lincoln’s Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863" by Frances E. W. Harper 1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush

  59. Language Arts

    1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush the mountain ranges, 6 And the valleys shall grow bright; 7 It shall bathe the hills in

  60. Language Arts

    1. It shall flash through doing ages, 2.It shall light the distant years; 3.And eyes now dim with sorrow 4. Shall be brighter through their tears 5. It shall flush the mountain ranges, 6. And the valleys shall grow bright; 7. It shall battle the hills in

  61. Language Art's

    1. It shall flash through doing ages, 2.It shall light the distant years; 3.And eyes now dim with sorrow 4. Shall be brighter through their tears 5. It shall flush the mountain ranges, 6. And the valleys shall grow bright; 7. It shall battle the hills in

  62. Language Arts

    1. It shall flash through doing ages, 2.It shall light the distant years; 3.And eyes now dim with sorrow 4. Shall be brighter through their tears 5. It shall flush the mountain ranges, 6. And the valleys shall grow bright; 7. It shall battle the hills in

  63. language arts

    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. Does this fit the criteria The imagery in a poem is a

  64. Language Arts

    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

  65. English-please help

    "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 bu Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears IT shall flush the mountain

  66. Language arts 2 question!??

    Hey... one question from the story "Thank You, Ma'am."???: 2. In "Thank You, Ma'am," repeating certain words and phrases helps the author (1 point) complete the evidence review unknown skills establish the story's tone become a better writer Here's the

  67. English

    "President Lincoln’s Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863" by Frances E. W. Harper 1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush

  68. L.A

    "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 bu Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears IT shall flush the mountain

  69. English

    "President Lincoln’s Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863" by Frances E. W. Harper 1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush

  70. LA

    1. It shall flash through doing ages, 2.It shall light the distant years; 3.And eyes now dim with sorrow 4. Shall be brighter through their tears 5. It shall flush the mountain ranges, 6. And the valleys shall grow bright; 7. It shall battle the hills in

  71. Language Arts

    President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 bu Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears IT shall flush the mountain

  72. Language Arts Ms. Sue?? Writeacher?? Reed?

    "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 by Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears It shall flush the mountain

  73. Language Arts (Check my work please?)

    2. An example of literal description in the poem is (1 point) a) the sun brightening valleys. b) an audience being moved by a speech. c) the words of the president being relevant for a long time. *** 3. What makes this poem an analogy? (1 point) a) It uses

  74. Language Arts

    "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 by Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears It shall flush the mountain

  75. Social studies

    Homework Help: English - Please help Posted by BUBBLES on Monday, March 16, 2015 at 4:03pm. "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 bu Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And

  76. Language arts 8B

    the poem It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears. It Shall flush the mountain ranges, And the valleys shall grow bright; It shall bathe the hills in radiance,

  77. Pls help me - English

    "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 bu Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears IT shall flush the mountain

  78. ENGL--STILL NEED HELP!!

    I need to write 1,000 words which focuses upon how the denotation, connotation and/or level of diction found in the majority of the italicized words plays against the level of diction found in most of the rest of the poem. Unfortunately, I don't know what

  79. LANUGAGE ARTS

    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

  80. Language Arts

    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

  81. English

    What is the definition of narrative poem? a poem that tells a story a poem that tells how someone feels**** a poem that is told with words that rhyme at the ends of lines a poem that is told by a speaker

  82. Language Arts

    Good evening. I have a problem in English Language Arts. I have to write a poem. The instructions are as follows: Write a short poem that reflects the mood you interpret of a season (Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter). Follow the requirements listed below: 1.

  83. english literature

    can anyone tell me a good example of poem which uses connotation. thanks

  84. Connexus Lesson 19 Sounds and Ideas Test

    1. What type of figurative language is used in lines 1-4 of the poem? Answer: Personification 2. After reading the poem, what can you conclude about the moon? Answer: She thinks the night is her territory, not the sun's. 3. Which detail from the poem best

  85. HELP READING!!!!!!!!!!

    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

  86. English

    Has anyone read the poem the "Passenger Pigeon" by Paul Fleischman? This poem is a concrete poem and I need to answer the question because of the way the words are laid out, what do they picture? Please help thanks

  87. English

    -------------------- This poem is by Diana Chang and i reallly really have no idea what she is talking about. Im suppose to TPCASTT it paraphase, connotation, The attitude of the poem, and the shift , the theme, and the meaning of the title. please

  88. history

    How would one write a two voice poem about prohibition in the 1920s? The ''Wet or Dry'' era. I know how it's supposed to be formatted, but what should I include in the poem? i'm not very good nor creative with my words, especially doing a poem. i would

  89. Literature

    This has to do with the question I asked yesterday-- From the poem 'Beware: Do Not Read This Poem': "tonite, thriller was abt an ol woman so vain she surrounded herself w/ many mirrors" How does the spelling of these words help us see things differently in

  90. Please help

    imagery, connotation, and denotation. explain how poets use these elements to contribute to tone in a poem

  91. english

    pick two words out of these words that fit into the sentence taut relish purge loathsome lament affliction cowering fetter infamous murky It is not exactly an_________ but seniors are forced to park quite far from campus. Perhaps the athletes among them

  92. English

    I have two questions I'm working on for home work-could you check my answers and advise me the direction I should go-if they're right or wrong??Thank you In the poem "," Adrienne Rich uses the word "machine" instead "typewriter" whenever she describes the

  93. 8th grade reading

    I was wondering if there was a word like "incident" but with less of a negative connotation.

  94. English

    My teacher asked us to write a poem in the style of Langston Hughes' poem Theme for English B, and I don't see a style. I reread several of Hughes' poems. He used short lines and short words. Some had rhyme schemes, but many did not. He also wrote about

  95. English--Please, help me!

    1. You can often tell the part of speech of a word even if you do not understand it. Identify the part of speech of three of the made-up words in this poem. Explain how you arrived at each answer. (Three made-up words are wade, gimble, gyre). 2. How can a

  96. english

    what is the main connotation of hard work in Marge Piercy's poem To Be of Use? a. struggle and exhaustion b. dignity and gratification c. simplicity and usefulness d. exploitation and rebellion

  97. English

    How do you analyze a poem???...i always have trouble trying to understand the poem...especially metaphors because they have a different meaning then what the words means directly.

  98. ELA

    Which of the following pairs of poetry elements best help the reader to identify the poem's tone? 1. Rhyme and rhythm 2. Structure and theme 3. (Connotation and denotation) 4. Speaker and line length

  99. English/Lit

    I posted this earlier and someone suggested google-I did research various sites but I was wondering if anyone could perhaps check my answers and see if they would be a correct analysis-thank you I have two questions I'm working on for home work-could you

  100. poetry

    What is the poem The Jumblies by Edward Lear about? What words and/or phrases do you find interesting? How is the poem structured? What did he want us to think about? plz help thanks in advance :)

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