European and Asian languages have one mother tongue
- 17:54 07 May 2013 by Michael Slezak
We are more connected than you think. Seven families of languages across the Eurasian continent, containing tongues as diverse as modern Inuit, Tamil, Japanese, Greek and Hungarian, evolved from a single language that existed around the time of the last ice age. That's the conclusion of research that has traced linguistics thousands of years deeper into the past than was previously thought possible. [Read more] ...