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A '''language''' is a collection of symbols and rules for connecting these symbols(called '''[[grammar]]''') that facilitates communication. According to the bible, there was originally only one language (see: [[Tower of Babel]]).
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A '''language''' is a collection of symbols (called '''[[vocabulary]]''') and rules for connecting these symbols (called '''[[grammar]]''') that facilitates communication. According to the bible, there was originally only one language (see: [[Tower of Babel]]).
  
 
==Examples of Languages==
 
==Examples of Languages==

Revision as of 04:45, 13 May 2007

A language is a collection of symbols (called vocabulary) and rules for connecting these symbols (called grammar) that facilitates communication. According to the bible, there was originally only one language (see: Tower of Babel).

Examples of Languages

Spanish

Mexican Spanish

French

Hebrew

Portuguese

German

Dutch

Chinese

Ugaritic

Ukrainian

Newspeak

Yiddish