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Which of the following is an example of the denotative meaning of language? a. A flower is used to beautify the surroundings. b. A flower comes in many colors. c. A flower is the blossom of a plant. d. A flower symbolizes beauty
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User: Which of the following is an example of the denotative meaning of language? a. A flower is used to beautify the surroundings. b. A flower comes in many colors. c. A flower is the blossom of a plant. d. A flower symbolizes beauty

Weegy: A flower comes in many colors is an example of the denotative meaning of language.
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User: Which of the following is not one of the four meanings we assign to language? a. concrete b. abstract c. bypass d. denotative

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BYPASS is not one of the four meanings we assign to language. [smile]

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