A: builders are involved in architecture, farmers are involved in agriculture, and writers and everyday people are involved in language.
Q: Who is involved in architecture? Who is involved in agriculture? Who is involved with language?
A: architecture is building, language is communication, and agriculture is plants.
Q: What is the difference between architecture, language and agriculture?
A: Human language probably started to develop around 100,000 years ago.All we know is agriculture developed at roughly the same time for several, unconnected groups.Greek architecture began around year 1500 BC.
Q: When did language, architecture and agriculture begin?
Q: Where did language, agriculture and architecture begin? Where are they used today?
A: architecture began in mesoamerica, but the greeks made triangle roofs and columns. Agriculture began in asia, south america, and europe. Language probably started to develop 100,000 years ago.
Q: Why did language, architecture and agriculture happen? Why is it best for these things to be used today?
A: language happened because people needed to communicate to get what they wanted. Agriculture happened because people needed to eat something other than meat. Architecture happened because people needed a roof over their heads.