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“We have seen how language and memory get together to strengthen learning during discourse, how word retrieval is a language activity as well as a memory activity, and how verbal elaboration improves filing in memory.”
“Most of the lengthy proceedings were declaimed in a language so old that no one understood it anymore, and by a Fetial who had perfected the gibberish; no one wanted to make a mistake, as even the slightest error meant the whole business had to be started all over again.”
“They still spoke a language related to that of the Hittites, who had ruled the land a thousand years earlier, but the people of Sardis were accustomed to Greek visitors and ways.”
“So if an entranced medium speaks responsively in a language she never learned—a phenomenon known as responsive xenoglossy—someone who did slowly acquire the skill must be speaking through her.”
“The Phoenicians were a Canaanite people who spoke a language closely related to Hebrew.”
“But a part of us responds to the handmade and hand-grown the way the human ear responds to a language it understands.”
“The easy spokenness of it will perish and go black and crumbly— maybe—and it will become a language like Latin that learned people learn.”
“Most of that work was programmed into my da Vinci-issue tricorder, so I was able to start building a language algorithm for the shii.”
“However, “Patience Worth,” like Pearl Curran, spoke English; the difference between suddenly speaking a totally unlearned language responsively and suddenly speaking brilliantly and poetically in a language you have used all your life seems important.”
“Up on the stage she saw a thin, bony man with scraggly, disheveled hair over a pair of sooty motorcycle goggles, who was screaming in a language she assumed was Norwegian, as Lisa was still wearing the French nose clips.”
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