Photo: a frame from the video Linguists have described a new austroasiatic language
The new language does not show concepts to sell and buy. There are only words for sharing and General use. Villagers are engaged in hunting and gathering.
A group of linguists from Lund University in Sweden have found a hitherto unknown language gedek, spoken by 280 villagers of Sungai RUAL in Malaysia, according to Sci News.
Earlier in this village worked anthropologists, but they found that the population spoke a language Jahan from the same language group – bliskoj. Linguists have studied the materials and came to the conclusion that it is a separate language.
The new language does not show concepts to sell and buy. There are only words for sharing and General use.
Scientists also note that in the culture JEDEC more gender equality than in Western cultures . There is also virtually no violence, laws and courts. Children are not taught competition. Villagers are engaged in hunting and gathering.
While there is no concept of professions – all community members possess the necessary skills for life. This lifestyle is reflected in the language.
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