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Unformatted text preview: e of referenc e. Linguis tic relativity predic ts that the fram e of referenc e that is prefered in
s peec h will be us ed in non-linguis tic tas ks , and this is exac tly what Levins on and c olleagues found. If
partic ipants viewed an arrow, s pun around, and were then as ked to find an arrow oriented in the s am e
direc tion, s peakers of Tz eltal were m ore likely to pic k the arrow that was oriented in the s am e direc tion
abs olutely, and Dutc h s peakers , relatively.
Q3: Are you conv ince d that language...
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