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Language History

Magnificent Linguistic Family Tree Shows How all Languages are Related.

 Linguists often use the tree metaphor to show the historical relationships between languages and how they relate to one another. In a language history course, these trees would most of the time look very simple and informative, but they lack imagination. Minna Sundberg, creator of the webcomic Stand Still. Stay Silent, thinks that there is no reason …

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The Evolution of The Alphabet: From 1750 BC to Today.

The Alphabet of the English language and most of the European languages was not thought of at the spur of the moment. Like the case with most language phenomenon, it naturally evolved through centuries of accumulating changes that gave us the Alphabet as we know it today. 

Here is how English survived the​ Norman Conquest?

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