There are different types of connotation. Informative connotations are socially agreed upon. These types of connotations have "impersonal" meanings. Affective connotations are auras of personal feelings they arouse. The affect describes a patient or a client's disposition. The effect of a connotation is the emotion around it.
    Positive supposition is linked to connotations. A positive supposition is putting a positive connotation on a phrase to get a better reaction out of someone. Some people use negative connotations on things they say in order to get negative reactions. For example, there is a difference between one saying, "Wow! Your hair looks great, did you do something new?", versus someone saying, "Wow! You look different, did you actually

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