A) Trevor was able to purchase a cheap computer for school.
B) My family was able to buy a new television at a popular price.
C) Sally was able to buy new cleats at a reasonable price.
D) Allocation was affordable because we stayed with a family.\
The correct answer is A.
In English language, a word used in a sentence can have either a positive connotation or a negative connotation. A connotation usually have a deeper meaning than its literary meaning. A word with a positive connotation usually have positive meaning while a word with negative connotation always have negative meaning. For instance in option A, the word, 'cheap' has negative connotation, it means something that is low grade and of poor quality.
A. Trevor was able to purchase a cheap computer for school.
The word for low price that has a negative connotation is “cheap.” Beyond meaning low cost, the word “cheap,” here, has the connotation of being low quality. When you are writing, it is always best to be aware of words’ meanings as well as their connotations because words can provide a tone and meaning beyond face value.
i am can do better I bet your life on it
ladies and gentlemen, this message that you will hear is to my family:
dear family, you so much for giving me a possibility to live and i am happy that you took care of me and always telling me that i can do everything that i have in mind, you trusted me and still do it, i don't think i need to ask you for more, i love you.
you so much for listening.
hope this you.