Read the example sentence and study the chart of definitions. our vacation was ruined by the tediousness of the daily group activities, all of which seemed too much alike. given that the greek word root mono means "one” or "single,” which word could replace tediousness? a. monopoly b. monolith c. monotone d. monotony
Tediousness means marked by monotony or tedium; long and tiresome.
Monotony best fits the context of the example sentence.
Explanation: the denotation of a word is its literal meaning, the definition that we can find in a dictionary, a word can have several denotations (or definitions). From the given options, the word that could replace "tediousness" in the example sentence is the corresponding to option D: monotony, because the denotation or definition of "tediousness" is marked by monotony, long and tiresome.
the correct answer is A) a speech or statement made to say goodbye
Explanation: the author says:"...I was the valedictorian tonight. I do know what I'm going to be. I have graduated from Meloncamp High School about 115th out of class of 126. Thing is, I've seen the fear in the eyes..." meaning his friends and him are nervous about the future once school finishes.
The most likely definition for the words "valediction" and "valedictory" is A) a speech or statement made to say goodbye.
Explanation: The word "valediction" is used to refer to a statement made as a farewell and it can only function as a noun, while the word "valedictory" can be used as a noun and also mean a speech made to say goodbye or it can be used as an adjective and refer to something that contains a farewell. In that way, when it functions as an adjective, "valedictory" collocates with the words "speech" and "wave". In this excerpt from David Matherne's "A Baker's Dozen", the word "valedictorian", which refers to the student with the highest grades who pronounces a farewell speech during the graduation ceremony, is also used.
4)special techniques or procedures
3 can be supported by the sentence before the word suffrage is used,"One of her main concerns was making sure that people, no matter how poor, had the right to an education in Georgia."
Education has a big play in the answer.
4 can be supported because if you look at the context clues you can see that the political business had nothing to do large cords of fiber, bindings, or joining together.
You really need to look at context clues. You can also replace the word ropes with each option to see which one fits best in the sentence.
question number 1 is a, the second part i don't understand. sorry
The homies got too patronized and went too far. Smh
Q.1 word connotation means none of the above, here is the definiton of word connotation: ''A connotation is a commonly understood cultural or emotional association that some word or phrase carries, in addition to its explicit or literal meaning, which is its denotation. A connotation is frequently described as either positive or negative, with regard to its pleasing or displeasing emotional connection.''
Q.3 should be BOLD
Q.4 This phrase emphasizes how embarrassed Jessica feels.
Q.5 option C.
Q.6 option B.
Q.7 option C.
Q.8 option A
jesus i better get brainliest for this, also u should more points when putting multiple questions. Anywho i hope i helped.