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What is the oldest language ever? language information
Feb 6, 2011 8:50 PM
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Khrvrvsnangnja. It's the oldest known language and it had only one word: Ho. However using different kinds of tone and facial expression / body posture it had over 50 meanings. Some examples: Ho!= Hi! Hoooooooooooooooooooo! = What the hell are you doing? Ho? = Where are you headed? ( literary : where?) Hoooooooo! = Oh my god, your boobs are amazing! If you need a course in Khrvrvsnangnja, I can help you :)
February 6, 2011
Oh dear. Is this what it has come to?
February 6, 2011
Tamil language
February 7, 2011
It is often argued that the Pirahã language is an example of a rudimentary language, considering it has no number, a very small inventory of phonemes, and its terms have a weak structure
February 6, 2011
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