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Word Meaning Meaning can be decoded using several methods.
Context clues Look at words around an unknown word. Think about the meaning of these words or the idea of the full sentence. Then, match the meaning of the unknown word to the meaning of the text that you do know.
Denotations and Connotaions The denotations of words are the plain dictionary meanings. The connotations of words are the emotional associations of words.
Literal and Figurative Meaning An author may use words to tell plain facts: a literal meaning. Or the author may use words to give the text deeper meaning, to add imagery, or to make the text poetic: a figurative meanning.
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