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More than 40 years in the past it used to be proven that the African continent will be divided into 4 unique language households. learn on African languages has consequently been preoccupied with reconstructing and realizing similarities throughout those households. This has intended that an curiosity in other forms of linguistic dating, similar to even if structural similarities and dissimilarities between African languages are the results of touch among those languages, hasn't ever been the topic of significant learn. This 2007 publication exhibits that such similarities throughout African languages are extra universal than is extensively believed. It offers a huge point of view on Africa as a linguistic zone, in addition to an research of particular linguistic areas. that allows you to have a greater knowing of African languages, their buildings, and their background, additional information on those contact-induced relationships is vital to realizing Africa's linguistic geography, and to reconstructing its historical past and prehistory.
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