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S.I. Hayakawa advanced the study of general semantics. true or false?
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User: S.I. Hayakawa advanced the study of general semantics. true or false?

Weegy: Ture.
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User: Latin had only three cases. True or false?

User: Significs, semasiology, and semantics all refer to the same concept, True or false?

Weegy: The answer is false.
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User: The three types of fallacies targeted by structural linguists are called logical, normative, and semantic fallacies. True or false?

Weegy: True
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User: Advertising has no influence over language. True or false?

User: Does advertising have an influence over language?





Weegy: Yes, of course. Try targetting your chinese character-filled ads to non-chinese communities.
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