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Litotes:)

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on 6 March 2013

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Transcript of Litotes:)

L Examples: Litotes Definition of a Litote: Litotes is a deliberate understatement, especially when expressing a thought by denying its opposite. Believe it or not, you are probably not unfamiliar to litotes. She is not the brightest girl in the class. (she's dumb)
He is not the most handsome fellow. (he's ugly)
They aren't the happiest couple around. (they're unhappy) What is a Litote? We Actually use litotes in our
everyday language... I already used one... did you catch it? Example:
"I do not think they like each other."
To a couple who is kissing. NOT! Gabby Hrinsin I'm not sure if i understand quite yet Mrs. Burns 1st You think you got it now? Well then let's
do some practice:)
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