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            What are language norms?

            A language norm or a language template is a generalized preference for communication that is common for a specific group of people, compiled from a massive language array. These are, for example, a group of people related professionally, demographically, or by some other characteristic and categorized by distinctive language attributes. Language templates can vary depending on the specific contexts – business, psychology, medical, scientific, etc.
            Updated: 19 Dec 2017 04:37 PM
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