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    Make Sentences To Show Connotation Of Words

    CAN ANY BODY HELP ME I WILL BE HIGHLY OBLIGED

    (a) Urbane / Suave
    (b) Rebut / Refute
    (c) Cheap / Tawdry
    (d) Rebut / Refute


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    Re: Make Sentences To Show Connotation Of Words

    Once again - you need to write your own sentences and then seek advice. Look up the words in an English dictionary: OneLook Dictionary Search and then create a sentence for each.


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    Make Sentences To Show Connotation Of Words

    plz correct the sentences to show connotation of following words:

    1. Refute:Judge refuted the aruments of advocate and gave the decision against the criminal
    2. Rebut: Former prime minister of pakistan rebutted all the charges that she has been involved in any mis use of financial powers during her government.

    1 .Urbane: President Bush is an urbane and generous man.
    2. suave: Pop jan paul is very suave and sophisticated man


    1. Tawdry: Politicians are playing tawdry attempts to defeat their opponent during the elections
    2.cheap: China is producing toys at cheap rates.


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    Re: Make Sentences To Show Connotation Of Words

    Quote Originally Posted by iqbalcheema View Post
    plz correct the sentences to show connotation of following words:

    1. Refute:The Judge refuted the arguments of advocate and gave the decision against the criminal
    2. Rebut: The former prime minister of Pakistan rebutted all the charges that she has been involved in any misuse of financial powers during her government.

    1 .Urbane: President Bush is an urbane and generous man.
    2. suave: Pope John Paul is a very suave and sophisticated man


    1. Tawdry: Politicians are playing [making] tawdry attempts to defeat their opponent during the elections
    2.cheap: China is producing toys at cheap rates.
    You have understood the meanings precisely and used the words correctly!

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