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Language which Never Existed

The idea of: “What if all the people may talk the same language?” is similar to all genius. Since regardless of the attempts, one may not know a foreign language... Read more

04 Jan 2012

Babel Tower

True or fiction let’s leave the solution of this problem to theologians. However the fact that there was single language proves the study of several generations of linguists. There is... Read more

09 Dec 2011

Language for Musicians

French is pronunciation is difficult, English has complex time group, Chinese and Japanese have difficult script. However one may study any language upon some efforts, ability and patience. Read more

30 Nov 2011

English – the Language of Common People

Do you know that several centuries ago English was exclusively the language of common people? And «English Language» should thank simple peasants for its grammatical peculiarities ... Read more

30 Nov 2011

Translator as a Profession

Why do employers should spend money for translator, if every second employee at large companies have TOEFL certificate? Gentlemen, this is not correct approach ... Read more

22 Nov 2011

Babel Tower

They have different sounds and different values, different types of conjugation and other differences. But there is one thing that makes the world's languages quite similar, and this is the root of the word. Prominent linguist S. Starostin gave great example in one of his interview: “There is a root meaning the Russian “list”, English “leaf », Indo-European root “lep” or “lop”. This root is found almost worldwide regarding the “leaf”. There is a Sino-Tibetan, and North-Caucasian, Afrasian, and Australian, and everywhere the word sounds like “lapo”, “lep”. And there are many words with similar root.
In all the languages, regardless of the differences, there are mandatory elements as subject and predicate, the presence of vowels and consonants. Shortly, all the languages have the same structure. It is unlikely that we may see coincidence here. Therefore, there was language, culture, and, consequently, the people who became the founder of all this linguistic diversity, which we now observe.
Why single language ceased to exist as such? Maybe it was God’s punishment, and, maybe it was caused by migration of the people, lifestyle changes, evolution. Although, who knows ... Maybe they really had the idea to build a grandiose tower?