Is it realistic for the Grounders' language as depicted in "The 100" to have developed within 97 years?
Why is it thought that definite articles develop from deictic markers, and not the other way around?
How can all languages be considered equally "good" at expressing ideas when language had to evolve from something more primitive?
Where did the discussion of the language faculty between Fitch, Hauser, Chomsky and Pinker and Jackendoff terminate?
What is it called when a word is used based on an extant definition which no longer actually applies? e.g. "dial" with phones
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