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The Indo-European Dual | Mark Damen | TEDxUSU
Mark Simons: That's a shame. I wanted to know more about the Indo-European dual.
Dragan Stanic: As Slovenian.
J Ellis: Started out interesting then wait.. so if I learn Bantu I'm an African? I wonder why there's such a dogmatic avoidance of genetics..
Jacob Robino: dancing bear You'd call me that if you were an idiot, so I fully expect you to keep doing so even though I've already educated you on this.
Akbar The Great: British Punjabi. Double The Indo European.
Not Interested: LOL!
aistta: Here in Lithuania we still have preserved a dual pronoun (mudu, abudu) and dual verb form. And many other good old features of proto-indoeuropean. i. e. we need only one word (MATĖVA) to say that action (to see- MATYTI) was done by pair of people (ending- VA) in the past (ending Ė). Nice.
Cimmerian Nomad: There is an Indo-Baltic family, but Indo-European is not an accurate term. Baltic languages originated from the Corded Culture.
Dizzy Blu: i think indo European was more culture than a race…
Cimmerian Nomad: The Indo-Baltic people were once a race, but not all Europeans originated from the Yamna Culture, and neither did all Indians. The existence of the Basque language in the former, and the Dravidian languages in the latter, is a testament to this.