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Q: The two greatest influences on language today seem to be technology and what?
A: Two of the greatest influences on language must be technology and economy (it includes the education in a certain place and the community it has).
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Weegy: Two of the greatest influences on language must be technology and economy (it includes the education in a certain place and the community it has).
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User: A language that is spoken and written only by scholars is ___ called a language.

Weegy: Should I fill in the blanks? It I might put in "never"
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