language, generative linguistics, universal grammar
When highly abstracted, every language in the world has something in common, i.e. universality. I elaborate this argument, support it from the fact of language acquisition, and refute the main counterargument.
Arts and Humanities | Language Interpretation and Translation
Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State
Advisor: Carmen J Falasco, Constance Walters
Yagi, Yusuke, "Universality of Language" (2020). English Language Institute. 85.
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