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The exchange of meanings through written and spoken symbols is
The exchange of meanings through written and spoken symbols is called human communication.
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User: The exchange of meanings through written and spoken symbols is

Weegy: The exchange of meanings through written and spoken symbols is called human communication.
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User: Rules of language that we come to understand largely through context are

Weegy: Rules of language that we come to understand largely through context are pragmatic and Idiosyncratic.
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User: Trigger words

Weegy: Trigger word is word that trigger the reaction from your audience. These are some examples of trigger words: Boost, Cure, Energize, Flush and Vibrant.
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