Nevertheless, the more you play with words, the better you become at manipulating them for your purpose.
For instance, by placing emphasis on certain words, one can convey different meanings. By putting words in a different order in a sentence, the meaning of the sentence changes.
Here's an example:
She loved him.
Put the word only in any place in the above sentence and see how the meaning changes.
In addition to mobile movers and tricky parts of speech, words can have negative or positive connotations.
Innocent words in the Dictionary are neutral, but once we attach our emotions or memories to them, they can be charged with positive or negative connotations.
Dialectical journals are due this Friday, August 19th.
August Reading Logs are due on the 31st.