A v interesting and f-ing fascinating study
Humans have been speaking for at least 50,000 years, but it's possible that sounds like "f" and "v" didn't appear until much more recently, reports
“There is huge potential out there for studying language as part of the biological system it is embedded in.” is spot on in this great piece by . We must move beyond treating human linguistic traits as “isolated from nature”
I don't always write, but when I do, it's 1,300 words on phonology