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Language A system of communication consisting of a set of small parts and a set of rules which decide the ways in which these parts can be combined to produce messages that have meaning. Human language consists of words that are usually spoken or written (CIDE).

 

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A language is a system of sounds and written symbols used by the people of a particular country, area, or tribe to communicate with each other. Many have English as a first or second language.

 

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Language is the ability to use words in order to communicate. This research helps teachers to understand how children acquire language.

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Language is also used to refer to other means of communication such as sign language, computer languages, and animal language. The way that they usually communicate with others is by using sign language (BBCED).

 

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Language. 1. the system of human expression by means of words. 2. a particular system of words, as used by a people or nation (LDCE).

 

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Communications are the various methods of sending information between people and places, esp. official systems such as post systems, radio, telephone, etc.: Less than 2% of all overseas aid is going to improve communications.

 

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Communications are also the ways which people use to form relationships with each other and understand each other's feelings: Communications between parents and children are often difficult (CIDE).

 

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Culture 1) the customs, civilization, and achievements of a particular time or people (studied Chinese culture) (COD).

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