The correct answer is A.
The word convention means the accepted way of doing things. This can be applied to the Engish language and its rules. The rules of English or conventions are a set of widely accepted standards or practice. For instance, in writing a narrative, we can find the convention of including characters, setting and a plot and in writing a letter there is a layout to follow. In both cases, people will know that they are reading a narrative or a letter because of the conventions included.
A) is the answer
A). Wide acceptance among English users.
As per the question, the rules of English would be characterized as conventions as they are governed by 'wide acceptance among English users.' These rules would assist the wide variety of users to agree upon a common standard set of syntactical directives(punctuation, sentence structure, usage, format, etc.). These conventions gives a set of common standard and acceptable rules for using the language for the wide users. Thus, option A is the correct answer.
when there is a wide usage by people
i think it's either 'to expose the corruption of the communists in russia', or 'to criticize animal brutality by communists in russia.'
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