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Monkeys recognise ‘bad grammar’…

July 8, 2009
Tamarins recognise when a word does not match a familiar order of syllables

Tamarins recognise when a word does not match a familiar order of syllables

Studies on monkeys have revealed clues about the evolution of language.

In the journal Biology Letters, researchers said that cotton-top tamarins are able to spot if the order of syllables in a word is “wrong”.

Tamarins recognise when a word does not match a familiar order of syllables. source

…Niggers don’t

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  1. walt235 permalink

    Even monkeys aren’t stupid enough to speak in ebonics!

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