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To many people, studying a language is synonymous with verb tables, grammar lessons and the endless repetition of vocabulary. But what exactly is a language, and where do you draw the line? For example, would Cantonese be considered a language? The Hong Kong education department doesn’t think so, posting a message to the opposite on its website before removing the claim later. So what would Cantonese be considered as, if not a language? A dialect? And what, exactly, is the difference between the two? A thought for the Linguists to contemplate.

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