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Are there only four language families?


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I used a different method to determine how many language families there are.

I supposed that each Word's main Component is the middle syllable and what other words it might be near. So I turned the First and last syllables of each Word vice versa for instance WATER = AW ATE RE , middle part  of the word is the only important thing.  I guess that First and last syllables are only addons in every language.  Only thing that matters is  middle syllable. 

When I tried this method I Found out only four language families. 

Sorry I can not Write better  now . I try later to tell more.

Meanwhile in this thread I would like to hear your opinions about the language families?

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so when I translated the word: WATER from about 50-100 languages using my method I found only FOUR language families.

1 SLAVONIC word water seems to refer like: To give ox something to drink. To water the field.

2 SEMITIC word water refers to: To be the mother of life.

3 HAMITIC word water refers to: Put to be guarded, teardrop

4 JAPAN AND AMERICAN INDIANS word water refers to : Mist, fog, track that rivers flow.

these four are obvious. 

but French and Hindi seemed still be seperated. Isolated. They do not belong to those four.

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