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Chapter 1 Summary
1. The nature of human language.
it is believed that there is an inevitable connection between a word and what it represents: avoid explicitly naming taboo certain objects because doing so might invoke the named object.
Chapter 2 Summary
involving signs sequences that represent concrete objects and events and abstractions
that point or have a necessary connection with the things they represent the moment of speech, respectively.
most language is conventional only in relation to what they represent (as do, for example, a flag of a nation, a rose for love a double wedding ring).
Chapter 3 Summary
Linguistics and of Components of Language
(Language universals, nativism and creativity)
A more general set of language is called linguistic universals are language features that are not language-specific that is found in all languages of the world.
Peter Godoy Landazuri