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grouping of general languages
Thread poster: silvereye_cher

silvereye_cher
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English to Tagalog
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Jan 23, 2006

i wonder if all geniral languages was on common? .................if theres any originated languages has exest now?.............and anyone can goups or where it is belongs the "root" or original languages belongs............pls explain to me,thanx.

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Evert DELOOF-SYS  Identity Verified
Belgium
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English to Dutch
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Intro to Indo-European linguistics Jan 25, 2006

Hi 'silvereye',

You may want to read e.g. the following intro to Indo-European linguistics:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-European_linguistics

Keep well,

Evert Deloof-Sys


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