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    chuotyeumeo367 is offline Junior Member
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    Default Linguistic / Non - linguistic

    What is the difference between the term "linguistic" and "non-linguistic"? Can you give me an example? I'm really confused about those 2 terms?

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    Default Re: Linguistic / Non - linguistic

    You could look the words up in a dictionary!?

    An example sentence could be: The linguistic interpretation given here leaves much to be desired.
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    The aforementioned interpretation could be described as positively non-linguistic!

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