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One expert with the answers is Neil Cohn, an American linguist based at Tilburg University in The Netherlands.

So how do emojis match up here, do they satisfy any of Cohn’s key conditions?You can’t really be blamed for buying into the hype.As well as the handful of online emoji lexicons that have emerged over the last few years, Oxford Dictionaries even climbed aboard the pictographic bandwagon when they declared the 'crying with laughter' emoji their 2015 ‘word’ of the year, a move that left a fair few commentators shedding tears of anguish instead of joy But all this brouhaha begs the question; are emojis actually poised to become a lingua franca, or are they just a load of hot air?” Cohn says there are “essentially three magic ingredients that make something a full language”.This golden triangle is composed of modality, meaning and grammar.This background, coupled with studying cognitive science and linguistics, led him to his current research on visual languages.

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