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Which best describes language? the words we use to convey our internal thoughts and feelings our primary tool for communication sounds and gestures used by humans and animals a systematic means of
communication using sounds or conventional symbols an artificial construction of arbitrary sounds and symbols that represent objects
a systematic means of communication using sounds or conventional symbols
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