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Are there agglutinative languages without a propensity for long compound nouns?
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Agglutinative languages can be non compounding, like Turkish for example. As a contrast, Hungarian and Finnish are compounding languages. Also German and Dutch are compounding, they are, however not ...

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Is there really a difference between agglutinative and non-agglutinative languages when spoken?
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Agglutinative languages express the same thing shorter, i.e. with less characters. No difference, if written or spoken. They are more effective. For example In the garden kertben In my garden ...

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Is there a term for the theory that languages move from one morphological typology to the next in a fixed cycle?
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This "theory" is by no fact of any kind supported, purely the child of some irrealistic phantasy of persons, who unjustifiedly think, they understand anything from linguistic. Such stuff is simply ...

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