Here is one more, if you have time.
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The notion that words are arbitrary and have no meaning in themselves refers to which characteristic of language?
meanings in words, not people
The notion that the worldview of a culture is shaped and reflected by the language its members speak is known as
The fact that the words "whiskey makes you sick when you're well," when arranged differently, "Whiskey, when you're sick, makes you well," create a totally different meaning is related to which rule of language?
The Dr. Fox hypothesis, based on a fraudulent lecture given by an actor, is an example of language shaping our impression of
Language usage that has a high frequency of terms implying superior male traits and inferior female traits or a high frequency of terms of superior female traits and inferior male traits is known as
In same-sex conversations, men use more questions and personal pronouns; women use more directives and interruptions.
"I" language reflects the speaker's willingness to take responsibility for her or his beliefs and feelings.
Competent communicators understand that ambiguity and vagueness can sometimes serve useful purposes.
The use of "powerful" or "powerless" language affects how competent speakers are judged.
An important task facing communicators is to establish a common understanding of the words they use to exchange messa