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Words are not inherently related to the objects that they represent
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User: Words are not inherently related to the objects that they represent

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User: Words are not inherently related to the objects that they represent?

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User: Words are not inherently related to the objects that they represent? True or False

Weegy: True
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User: Studying the origins of words or affixes will not help you to become a better reader



Weegy: TRUE. Studying the origins of words or affixes will not help you to become a better reader.
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