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English, 12.11.2019 09:31, NoodlesYT

The of language is much like good manners. you engage in communication with other people, at times, not to exchange informa tion, but to participate in a social custom or prac tice to which everyone is supposed to conform. (points : 1) personal function interactional function ritual function heuristic function

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