Language change (1)

I know almost nothing about African languages — so little that I don’t know what I don’t know, as Mr Rumsfeld would say. So it was a pleasure to come across Abiola Lapite’s refutation of the idea that we can hope to find the proto-language of mankind, using examples drawn from West Africa, rather than Yurp or North America.

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