Denotations and Connotations L.8.5 Practice Question Grade 8 English Language and Arts - SkillBuilder + MAP Rehearsal

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Many words can be used in different ways for the purpose of suggesting certain meaning to the reader. A connotation can be positive (suggesting something favorable), neutral (suggestion is neither good nor bad), or negative (suggesting something bad or unfavorable).

Each of the following words are related to one another. Determine whether the following words have a positive, neutral, or negative connotations:

a. pleased

b. arrogant

c. proud

d. vain