Glottogony (the origin of language) tells about the interesting facts of human evolution and lifestyle. Unlike writing, the spoken language does not leave a mark. At a certain stage of human evolution, a number of verbal communication systems have emerged from proto-linguistic and non-linguistic means of communication. Chimpanzees and humans are divided into common ancestors 4 million years ago. Since then, any other person who may have indicated the language signals that he has expressed has no trace.
Scientists from the modern world believe that the rest of the world has represented more ancient stages in language development and that Indo-European languages have been regarded as developed languages. Today, linguistic experts agree that there are no primitive languages. At present, people speak languages that are complex in nature. In fact, existing languages differ in vocabulary and vocabulary, all human languages must have the necessary grammatical and syntax, and invent, translate, or share the vocabulary for the full range of their thoughts.
Everyone has a similar linguistic ability and no child is born with a biological willingness to adapt to a given language. Any mother who is outside her mother tongue develops the language of other communities, the lesson is that the language is not born, and even she knows about family life, community and people, that is, the social phenomenon. Language use is one of the most important factors that differentiates people from many other animals.
According to some scientists, progress from animals to the full modern human language could be as follows. The first step is the early hominids represented by monkeys who have different voices under voluntary control. These sounds were regarded as an instinctive reaction, but researchers have shown that monkeys know they lie for specific reasons or make calls. The sounds they produce are overstated as a language because we can not understand the exact meaning or significance.
During human evolution, the size of the brain quickly increased rapidly and created new species. The first was the arrival of Homo erectus about 1.8 million years ago, the next was the existence of Homo sapiens 500,000 years ago. An increase in intellectual power would allow hominids to increase their vocabulary and pass from one of the verbal statements to the two words or even multiple words. When analyzing their artworks, the level of communication may be low but probably intermediate between man and the primate. Later, it was found that they could communicate in several languages through the language they are still using. Predatory monkeys use lexigrams to be able to communicate the string of symbols in a pajamas manner.
The greatest step would have been if this was the simplistic Pidgin's progress, such as communication with Creole, the grammar and syntax of modern languages. Scientists believe that this step can only be achieved by certain cerebral biological changes, such as mutations. It has been found that a FOXP2 gene has undergone a mutation that allows people to communicate. Evidence shows that this change took place somewhere in Africa some 50,000 years ago, which quickly changed the Homo sapiens encyclopaedia and is evident in the fossil record.
There is neither complete evidence nor scientific evidence of the origin of languages, but there are also assumptions that show that language has evolved with the development and development of the brain. Animals are communicating, but we can not understand their language. They also believed that before any script was developed, people could communicate with each other. Research is still conducting a lot of research in this arena, which is linguistic and we expect to know more about the birth of languages.
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