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Which of the following is not true? English is a superior language. Linguists study language. Language definitions may vary. Language does not include gestures or symbols.
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User: Which of the following is not true? English is a superior language. Linguists study language. Language definitions may vary. Language does not include gestures or symbols.

Weegy: Language definitions may vary.
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User: Which of the following is not true? Select all that apply. English is a superior language. Linguists study language. Language definitions may vary. Language does not include gestures or symbols. Which of the following is not true? Select all that apply. English is a superior language. Linguists study language. Language definitions may vary. Language does not include gestures or symbols.





Weegy: The statement that is not true is English is a superior language. There is no Superior language. It is just widely used.
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User: Which of these are defining characteristics of language? Select all that apply. arbitrary figurative significant systematic inherent

Weegy: The characteristics of language is arbitrary figurative significant systematic inherent
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User: Which of the following explains why language can be called arbitrary? Select all that apply. Words inherently resemble the objects that they represent. Words do not inherently resemble the objects that they represent. The word buzz sounds like the object it represents. The word chair does not resemble the object it represents.

Weegy: Language can be called arbitrary because Words do not inherently resemble the objects that they represent.
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