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D is my choice.
The student has interpreted the prof. as saying 'language is used only in human communications' and hence argues why the other <mentioned> communication forms cannot be called language.
Guys, could you please explain why you chose what you chose?
Nothing is clear or obvious to me in this question. So if the brains in the forum could please reason it out for me? Thanks! _________________
C distorts both the professor`s and student`s original argument.
The students raises a vaild objection to the professor`s argument that using language is a trait without which we would not be human. The student is effectively challenging the professor`s definition of language.
The student has interpreteed the professor's remarks to mean that using language is a defining trait of humans. It is only by using langauge that makes humans unique (which means not shared with other species). This is explained in choice D.
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