A word and a sentence have more in common than you think. To such an extent that it’s far easier to tell how are they the same than how are they different.
Homosapient language – the advent of the sentence. A phrase is largely possible thanks to a new property of a word that appeared in Neandertal language – nodes. A node is the ability of a word to combine with other words in a predefined manner to code a new object. In English, the situation with […]