What do you think is the first language in the world Each of us speak the language, which was born and found his spoken or place to live, but you thought about what is the first language in the world and how all this out languages, including
Sep 24, 2008 3:18 PM
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Mody, do you seriously, SERIOUSLY think English is the oldest language? It's one of the newest, the Normans and Anglo-Saxons met late, understandable English emerged ~1500. Languages developed independenly across the world, linguists do not know the first language. Anyway, it developed after humans diverged so there are very few universals.
September 24, 2008
Body language or gestures! the language we talked since the day we saw life's light, and we still speak it until the end of time;-)
September 24, 2008
I agree with itlktv ;) '' Body language or gestures! '' English just expanded because of exploitative aims.
September 26, 2008
Dear anushka, i hate to reply personally in question threads but you somehow provoke me... I agree on all you say but be careful, the jewish Bible contains immense scientific credibility, more then even jews comprehend, but "blind leading blind both fall into the pothole".
September 25, 2008
Um, radwa, in the bible it says that the original language of all mankind was Hebrew. Marco Polo's expeditions went with fluent Hebrew speakers, assuming the Chinese would also speak Hebrew. They didn't. The Bible isn't science. Rome didn't come about until extremely recently how the hell would Latin be the earliest language? I'm serious, the first language was NOT WRITTEN, it is not English, Arabic, Latin anything NEARLY that modern!
September 25, 2008
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