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The Limits of My Language Are the Limits of My World. Wittgenstein
Language is defined as "a system of communication consisting of sounds, words and grammar, or the system of communication used by the people of a particular country or profession". (Collins English Dictionary)
All languages are made up sounds and letters which form words, sentences and phrases. The development of a language can best be illustrated by the advancement of a child as it learns a language. A baby begins by using sounds to communicate. It learns these sounds from others and experiments with new sounds to judge the reaction of others (a baby learns very quickly that it will attract attention by screaming!). The next step in its progression is to learn words, which it does by copying others. …
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