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    e.g. You can do it! You're the best!

    Thanks for the help!
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    What are you asking?
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    Oh, Accy. You do know that there's no 'emotive language' in the examples you posted?
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    I'm confused...

    Emotive language:
    Words used deliberately to create an emotional impact or response. Emotive language is particularly common in poetry, in which language is at its most condensed and evocative
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    (Original post by lidskoo)
    I'm confused...

    Emotive language:
    Words used deliberately to create an emotional impact or response. Emotive language is particularly common in poetry, in which language is at its most condensed and evocative
    :ditto:

    Just think of charity letters - "poor, innocent animal" etc.
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    "Run for your lives!"

    "Go in to see your mother Johnny, shes very sick"

    "Weres my money *****!"
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    (Original post by im so academic)
    e.g. You can do it! You're the best!

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    Could you be a little more specific as to what you actually want?
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    Like language that makes you emotional, i.e. gives you a particular feeling; e.g.

    She striked her children fiercely gives a more better, emotinal presence than he hit here children.
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    "stfu im so academic"
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    [Insert Cambridge pun here]
 
 
 
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