Meanings are in words, not in people them selves. a. True b. False
Answer: b. False Words have different meanings. It is the judgment and understanding of the person that would provide meaning to a certain word. Hence, "meaning resides in people, not in words".
False. Words are meaningless unless the people who utter them are mean what they say. That means that words alone are not enough. People need to act on what they say. Only then can the words that they have real meaning.