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Question 251 out of 1 pointsAn instructor describes a particular book to a student and tells him that she thinks hemight enjoy it and should “check it out.” The student checks the book out of the library, brings it to class, and tells the instructor it isn’t a book he would enjoy. The instructor wonders why the student bothered to bring it from the library. The instructor used “check it out” to mean “see if you’d like it.” The student thought “check it out” meant he was supposed to borrow the book from the library. What type of language is this?Answers:JargonPragmaticEquivocalNon rule-governedDenotativeQuestion 260 out of 1 pointsWhich features can help you make sense of ambiguous non-verbal behaviour?