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Talk the Talk: It Began in Africa

Tuesday 19th April / presented by Daniel Midgley

A new study has revealed some promising insights on the origins of human language.

It now appears that language began in Africa, and it may even have helped our ancestors make the move to other parts of the world. But how can we know what language was like, thousands of years ago?

UWA linguist Daniel Midgley takes you back in time on this week’s Talk the Talk.

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