Я думаю, что лингвистам это интересно.

This post was written by nomen_nescio on Апрель 15, 2019
Posted Under: лингвистика

Исследование «внутреннего языка близнецов».
As far as grammar is concerned, all of the nine languages share a number of phenomena. All morphemes (plural markers, verb endings, case markers) are absent in the autonomous languages and so are articles, copulas and prepositions/postpositions. There are no formal possibilities to combine two sentences into one: there are no relative clauses, no embedded sentences, non complex sentences. The languages consist of nouns and verbs strung together,
most often with the syntactic principle: the most important element first. The languages tend to have free word order of subject, object and verb, though negations and vocatives tend to appear sentence-finally or sentence-initially. Word order does not normally coincide with the word order of the model language.
In short: the words of the autonomous languages are imitations of words from the parents’ language or sound imitations. The grammar can be considered as differing in many respects from the language of the parents. The vocabulary is imitated, but not the grammar.

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