English 12 The Human Cost of Fakes and The Morality of Designer Knock Offs

English 12 The Human Cost of Fakes and The Morality of Designer Knock Offs

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David Park English 12 The Human Cost of Fakes and The Morality of Designer Knock Offs (314) Vocabulary 1. The connotation of unscrupulous meaning conscienceless. It is different from dishonest because dishonest has the meaning of not truthfulness and unscrupulous is just conscienceless. 2. The meaning of infamous is having an extremely bad reputation and it is related to famous because it is the opposite of it. 3. They are related because it is the root word of exorbitant and has the opposite of the meaning of the word. 4. Conscience has the meaning of the inner sense of what is right and wrong in a person conduct. It is the root word of conscience. Responding to Words in Context 1. Mortified to humiliate or shame, as by injury to one's pride. No, I think they should use a stronger word it is much more than mortified. 2. Intellectual property is a term referring to a number of distinct types of creations of the mind. You can steal intellectual property by counterfeiting or copying someone else’s
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English 12 The Human Cost of Fakes and The Morality of Designer Knock Offs

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