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Topics: Energy, Office, Human Pages: 2 (476 words) Published: April 1, 2014
It’s all in the diction

The two words that I am using to show the difference in connotation are Labor and Work. I didn’t think that there was a lot of difference between the two words but there actually is. The difference between the two words is that Labor is doing activities that can make your community better and Work is what you do to make money and support your family and yourself. Labor is physical or mental effort also human activity that provides the goods or services in an economy. When I hear the word Labor, I think of people in ancient places over in the eastern hemispheres. With kings, queens and rulers forcing people to make temples and other things like that. Also I think of people in jail being forced to do things outside in the heat all day. Work is employment, as in some form of industry, especially as a means of earning one's livelihood. When I hear the word work I think of people in a really big office building sitting in their little cubicles just staring at a computer screen for every work day of the week. Also I think of when the children have to do the chores around the house and we think that it’s so much work to do if the parents tell us that we have to clean the whole house or just our room. It’s all in the diction

The two words that I am using to show the difference in connotation are Labor and Work. I didn’t think that there was a lot of difference between the two words but there actually is. The difference between the two words is that Labor is doing activities that can make your community better and Work is what you do to make money and support your family and yourself. Labor is physical or mental effort also human activity that provides the goods or services in an economy. When I hear the word Labor, I think of people in ancient places over in the eastern hemispheres. With kings, queens and rulers forcing people to make temples and other things like that. Also I think of people in jail being forced to do things outside in...
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