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Denotation Connotation Contextual meaning A. Tai sees that she wrote "reccomend a change" and corrects it to say "recommend a change.



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Tai sees that she wrote "reccomend a change" and corrects it to say "recommend a change."


Tai had written "unacceptable" and decided to replace it with "challenging," since she thought that the feeling of the word "unacceptable" was too harsh.


Tai notes that she accidentally wrote: "The fall line may look old in that environment." She meant to write "odd," which has a different meaning entirely.


Tai swaps out "DPI" and uses "image resolution" instead since the term DPI is specific to printing design, but she is confident that Rodrigo will know what image resolution is. 

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  • one of them was incorrect
    • danny25214
    • May 04, 2018 at 8:07pm

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