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The question has never come up (officially: maybe you are the first to suggest developing a test). The problem is that we already know the answer, at least if you're dealing with a decent-sized corpus and not just a 3-word written snippet. You could re-frame the question as being about distinctive properties of conlangs as contrasted with those of natural ...


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Epistemic modality ("He will be in London now") and futurity ("He will see her tomorrow") are generally associated with each other. This seems to be fairly common cross-linguistically, but there are enough subtle differences between them to make it quite individual to the speech variety in question. English In Old English, no synthetic ...


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