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    What is the differences between A Language and Language?

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    Re: A language and Language

    a language implies a single language while language without the article implies all languages or language in a generic sense.

    Example: Learning a language is difficult. This sentence implies that a single language is being learned.

    Now let's modify our example: Learning language is difficult. This sentence implies that, in general, learning any language is difficult.


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