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Is there research on which diphthongs are perceived by English speakers as single sounds?

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Uniquenesses of Hebrew

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Does it make sense to study linguistics in order to research written communication?

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How do syntacticians explain object pronouns in the subject position ("Me and him" or "Lui et moi")?

7 votes

Which language is more complex, English or French? Is it even possible to objectively measure a language's complexity?

2 votes

What is morphological analysis of words to estimate their meaning called?

4 votes

Reversing text -- how do different cultures and languages approach this?

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Name for seemingly incomplete sentences

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Is www.babelfish.com/success/ a rule-based engine?

6 votes

How did verb conjugation by person, number and gender appear? Why do we still use it?

3 votes

Where online can I find a list of all the Hapax Legomena in the Hebrew Bible?

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Is Hebrew a language which can be transliterated programmatically according to a small set of clear rules?

2 votes

Buy one free one

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Is there a method for teaching through etymology/cognates?

11 votes

Phonetic distortion when words are borrowed among languages

1 vote

What is the most universally understood way to represent the "ay" sound of "CAKE" substituting the standard a for a single character?

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What are the title capitalization rules in some languages?

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What is it called to derive all the implied meanings from a sentence?

4 votes

Why do words like thence fall out of use?

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How seriously do modern linguists take the idea of phonesthemes?

6 votes

Are the Latin word “octo” is derived from the serial number of the letter “h” in the alpabet?

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"Den" or "det" in Swedish

2 votes

Wordplay in ancient texts

1 vote

Can sociolinguistic research contribute in solving L2 learning problem?

6 votes

How can we use the same word in multiple different ways and distinguish the senses so easily?

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Difference between sociolinguistics and pragmatics

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Is there a word that describes when supposed word translations have different meaning?

2 votes

Why are pronouns considered grammatical (functional) morphemes?

4 votes

Syntactic and semantic ambiguity

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What does John McWhorter intend to say by 'internal surmise'?