QuestionsCategory: Childhood and Growing UpElaborate Howard Gardner’s linguistic intelligence with a suitable example.
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Gardner’s linguistic intelligence is concerned with the written and spoken language, the ability to acquire or learn a language, and to use the language to fulfill one’s ambitions. People who have linguistic intelligence are adept in activities including written and verbal language such as books, speeches, and the like. For instance, William Shakespeare.   Read Full Lesson: Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligence