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Lin 1A MT 1 Closed book Part I. Signs and sign systems A. Definitions 1. An icon is a) A sign whose form has an arbitrary relationship to its meaning. b) A sign whose form has a direct physical correspondence to its meaning c) A sign whose form has a natural, causal or functional, association with its meaning d) An arbitrary sign whose form has no relation to its meaning 2. An index is 3. A symbol is 4. Seen on a freeway, means “airport”. It is a: 5. , used in Europe, means “no parking”. It is a: a) Symbol b) Icon c) Index d) Not a sign
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Lin 1A MT 1 Closed book 6. means “road narrows”. It is a: 7. has no conventional meaning. It is a: Part II. Properties of human language
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