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Relationship between Language and Meaning

A language is a system of arbitrary symbols and the rules used to manipulate them. Language can also refer to the use of such systems as a general phenomenon. Though commonly used as a means of communication among people, human language is only one instance of this phenomenon.

Properties of language
Languages are not just sets of symbols. They also contain a grammar, or system of rules, used to manipulate the symbols. While a set of symbols may be used for expression or communication, it is primitive and relatively inexpressive, because there are no clear or regular relationships between the symbols. Because a language also has a grammar, it can manipulate its symbols to express clear and regular relationships between them.

Human languages
Some of the areas of the brain involved in language processing: Broca's area, Wernicke's area, Supramarginal gyrus, Angular gyrus, Primary Auditory Cortex Human languages are usually referred to as natural languages, and the science of studying them is linguistics. Making a principled distinction between one language and another is usually impossible. For instance, there are a few dialects of German similar to some dialects of Dutch. The transition between languages within the same language family is sometimes gradual.

Formal Language
The language which is used in a respected way while talking. We should consider all aspect of respect. Such as talking between manager and employee.

Informal Language
The language which is related to the free talking no respect ways are consider but the talking is in a straight way such as the talking between two friends.

Programming languages
A programming language is an artificial language that can be used to control the behavior of a machine, particularly a computer. Programming languages, like human languages, are defined through the use of syntactic and semantic rules, to determine structure and meaning respectively.

Meaning can be:


Meaning (linguistic), meaning which is communicated through the use of language. Meaning (non-linguistic), extra-linguistic meaning (intentional communication without the use of language), and natural meaning, where no intentions are involved at all. Meaning as definition, interpretation, or semantics. Meaning (semiotics) has to do with the distribution of signs in sign relations. Meaning as a reference or equivalence Meaning as values, a value system or as derived from value theory

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When we speak something we have a whole idea about our word and about our idea which we want to convey anyone. Language is with its meaning we absolutely use the words or phrases which are easily understandable and easily listenable. Pronunciation and accent should be correct.