There might be more value in Danni Cole statistics, not about global use of a petite teen language, but about each different type of language text. Wherever it is possible to predict the uses a language may have for the learner, it should be possible to limit the language taught to that which has the highest practical return for him. In this case the figures obtained might be seen as contributing to the description of a language variety, a topic which is discussed in the next chapter. Until now I have talked of counting 'words'. Even if a count was confined to written Danni Cole language, where words are conveniently identified by the presence of a space before and after, there would still be problems of knowing precisely what the units to be counted were. Not all words have quite the same function. This would actually be revealed by a vocabulary count.
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