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1. Denotative Meaning of "firing": The denotative meaning of firing is the act of discharging a person from their job or position. 2. Connotative Meaning of "firing": The connotative meaning of firin


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Question: 5.1.1 Give the denotative meaning of firing. (1 mark) 5.1.2 Give the connotative meaning of firing. (2 marks) 5.1.3 Briefly explain the relevance of firing as used in the cartoon. (2 marks)

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5.1.1 The denotative meaning of firing refers to the act of terminating someone's employment. It happens when an employer brings an end to the relationship with an employee due to various reasons such as poor performance, misconduct, redundancy or the need to cut down costs. 5.1.2 The connotative meaning of firing can suggestion implications of failure or incompetence. It is typically perceived negatively as it implies the person was unable to meet the expectations or requirements of their job. It carries a stigma and often an emotional weight for the individual being fired. 5.1.3 I can't give a precise answer without the specific context of the cartoon as it was not provided. However, generally, the concept of "firing" in a cartoon could be used to highlight issues such as office politics, labor issues, economic difficulties, or a character's personal shortcomings in a humorous or satirical manner. It helps to dramatize the situation and emphasize the consequences or the absurdity of a character's actions.

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March 15, 2024, 2:08 p.m.

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Published: Friday, March 15, 2024

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