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Talk the Talk: What Works (featuring Dan Dediu)

Wednesday 21st November / presented by Kylie Sturgess Daniel Midgley

Why does language have the form it does, and why does it change the way it does?
Is it just… because? Or are there environmental motivators? Linguists are getting interested in just what factors are forming language into what it is.
We are talking to Dan Dediu on this episode of Talk the Talk.

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