What Is the Role of Language in Communication?

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The role of language in communication is to express and share ones feelings and ideas. Language allows us to express what we think and feel to another or group of people. Language enables us to learn, teach, express our preferences, agree on certain norms and standards within a society in order for us to co-exist. Language is instinctive even in cavemen who expressed themselves by sound, body language and even simple drawings.
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