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4 votes

How many different distinctive sounds can an average human make?

-3 votes

Is bilingualism a normal/an "intrinsic" human ability or did it become more common in modern times?

2 votes

Was Old Church Slavonic more Greek/Thracian then actually Slavic and can Proto-Slavic be considered a languge from Indo-European family?

2 votes

What's the gender of "nice" in "Mary is a nice person"?

1 vote

Have there been attempts in making artificial alphabets for the Indo-European languages?

1 vote

In PIE, what was the function of the suffix *-(ō)l?

0 votes

Does English have genuine literary conversation without the use of Latin and Greek words?

-2 votes

What influenced the fact in almost all European languages ​the word human "man" means a male?

6 votes
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Does there exist a pair of words with the same parts of speech, same base form, but different inflections?

2 votes

Are there languages without the /j/ sound as in English "yellow"?

0 votes

Is it feasible to create an IPA adaptation for cats?

2 votes

In the words "repress" "pressure" "oppression," etc, why is one of the root component "per"?

7 votes

Is Russian the most diverged Slavic language?

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What's the reconstruction of the word for fire in proto-Australian?

-3 votes

How do other cultures categorize phonemes?

2 votes

Does an -es suffix for plurality have Proto-Indo-European roots?

-3 votes

Is it pure coincidence that English makes plurals with -s, like in French and Spanish?

0 votes

How to split pronouns 'whom' and 'whose' into morphs?

-3 votes

Two questions about language evolution (primarily PIE and proto-nostratic)

0 votes

what's this linguistic phenomenon?

5 votes

How similar are Ukrainian and Russian?

2 votes

Why does text in Cyrillic or Japanese contain Latin characters for technical/scientific terms?

-1 votes

Why Do We Say "The Same"?

3 votes

etymology of "a" being used as a prefix to mean "not"

-1 votes

Is there a shared word for "word" and "thing" in any language other than Hebrew?

4 votes

Why is the Croatian word "vjetar" spelt with "je" rather than "e"?

1 vote

Do other languages have the same tendency as English to adopt many previously unrelated other words to mean "very good"?

3 votes

Is the word for "brother-in-law" in Germanic languages related to the Aramaic/Syriac גיס?

5 votes
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Did Proto-Indo-European put the adjective before or behind the noun?

-2 votes

Has a Dravido-Australic superfamily been proposed?

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