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1 March, 07:04

Word choice and evidence in wheel of change, part 3

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  1. 1 March, 08:58
    Incomplete question. However, I could infer you are referring to the story "wheels of change". Here's a common except from Chapter 1 of Wheels of Change;

    "I consider the bicycle to be the most dangerous thing to life and property ever invented," exclaimed Hough, who suffered a broken arm and finger in the accident. "The gentlest of horses are afraid of it."

    Which word from the excerpt has a negative connotation?





    Naturally, we will expect a negative connotation to come to heart once an individual hears the word "suffered".

    Take note that when Hough exclaimed the word following suffered it brings about the negative idea to the reader.
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