What languages use logograms?
Logograms can be described as the characters that are used in place of phrases or words. Different languages have different sounds and writing systems. Some languages like English prefer writing from left to right while others like Arabic from right to left.
Answer and Explanation:
Some of the languages that use logograms include Japanese, Korean, Egyptian hieroglyphic writing and Chinese. Most writing systems in these languages utilize both symbols and logograms to represent sounds. However, any system of writing has not been discovered that completely assumes logographic writing.
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Understand the various forms of writing. Learn about types of writing genres, and identify how narrative and expository writing differ from each other.