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Analyze the meanings of the italicized words. Identify the result of the changes of the connotational aspect of lexical meaning in the given words.
Model: villain: 'a feudal serf, peasant cultivator in subjection to a lord' -'a person guilty or capable of a crime or wickedness'
The result of the change of the connotational aspect of lexical meaning of the word villain is that the word acquired a derogatory emotive charge (deterioration of meaning).
1) cunning: 'possessing erudition or skill' - 'clever in deceiving'; .') knight: 'manservant' - 'noble courageous man'; 3) fond: 'foolish, infatuated (лишившийся рассудка)' — 'loving, affectionate'; 4) gang: 'a group of people going together' - - 'an organized group of criminals'; 5) marshal: 'manservant attending horses' — 'an officer of the highest rank in the armed forces'; 6) coarse: 'ordinary, common' -- 'rude or vulgar'; 7) minister, 'a servant' — 'a head of a government department'; 8) enthusiasm: 'a prophetic or poetic frenzy (безумие, бешенство)' -'intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval'; 9) violent: 'having и marked or powerful effect' - 'using or involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something'; 10) gossip: 'a godparent, a person related to one in God' - 'the one who talks scandal; tells slanderous stories about other people'.
8. Give possible interpretations of the sentences paying special attention to the italicized words. State the difference between meaning of the italicized words and sense which these words lend to the whole utterance or the situation.
Model:I won't go further, I am afraid of the dog ahead. Don't worry. To all appearances, it won't bite, it /s just barking.
1. The discreet door was shut with a bang. 2. She failed to buy an expensive little box and she felt a strange pang. 3. I turned to my friend but he had gone to the house and was leaning against it with his face to the wall. 4. Rosemary brought the beggar to her luxurious apartment. She helped the girl off with her coat. But what was she to do with it now? Rosemary left the coat on the floor. 5. She didn't dine with them. She insisted on leaving. 6. He got up from his chair, but he was moving slowly, like an old man. He put the newspaper down very carefully, adjusting its creases with lingering fingers. They were trembling a little. 7. He felt that he had behaved badly in losing his temper while she had so admirably controlled hers. He sought for a crushing phrase, some final intimidating repartee. But before that (the phrase) came she closed quietly the door in his face. 8. The girl went to her father and pulled his sleeve. 9. He was longing to begin to be generous. 10. She was a resigned little woman with shiny red hands and work-swollen finger knuckles.