Phonetic Clues Hint Language Is Africa-Born

21:12 Apr 24, 2013
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Science - Anthropology / Language
English term or phrase: Phonetic Clues Hint Language Is Africa-Born
Hello Everyone
This is the title of a text, it result difficult for me this structure. It's about supposedly an ancient language, which could be the ancient one.
Thanks a lot!

-Phonetic Clues Hint Language Is Africa-Born.
Ignacio Lisperguer


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5Las claves fonéticas apuntan a que el lenguage se originó en África
Maria Diehn
4 +1pruebas fonéticas podrían dan a entender que el lenguaje se originó en África
Selene Desiré Bovo


  

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phonetic clues hint language is africa-born
pruebas fonéticas podrían dan a entender que el lenguaje se originó en África


Explanation:
Hi Ignacio! Titles are ussually difficult structures because they omit words. I think that the text may talk about the origin of language, which accordingly with the phonetic evidence is believed to be originated in Africa.
Sorry I couldn't help before.
Regards!

Selene Desiré Bovo
Argentina
Local time: 08:14
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish

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phonetic clues hint language is africa-born
Las claves fonéticas apuntan a que el lenguage se originó en África


Explanation:
Auí hay una explicación de primera mano:

"A researcher analyzing the sounds in languages spoken around the world has detected an ancient signal that points to southern Africa as the place where modern human language originated."

www.langology.org/?p=1601

Maria Diehn
United States
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