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Talk the Talk: Spoke Differently They?

Tuesday 8th November / presented by Daniel Midgley

What was early human language like?

A pair of researchers think they've reconstructed early human syntax from as early as 50,000 years ago. But have they got it right? How can we know about languages that no longer exist?

UWA linguist Daniel Midgley surveys the evidence on this week's Talk the Talk.

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