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Semantic Secrets That Possess All of Us

A new page has been added to the menu of which you may want to venture into, at least to see how part-of-speech labels are processed in the brain. These are nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, conjunctions, interjections, prepositions, pronouns, transitives, and intransitives. A further study will convene in part two that will discuss indefinite and definite articles, affixes, and the illusive denials in question.

Physiognomy and Language

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