Linguistics: Language barriers - The Economist

Linguistics: Language barriers

Linguistics: Language barriers - The Economist
Linguistics: Language barriers
Published Aug 21, 2004
758 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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Can a concept exist without words to describe it? TAKE heart, those of you who struggled with maths at school. It seems that words for exact numbers do not exist in all languages. And if someone has no word for a number, he may have...

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