While I have not published on the topic, my own take on the issue is pretty standard: such a hypothesis is unlikely, given the fact that Armenian contains words for local flora and fauna not found in other IE languages.Of course, it's always possible that Armenia was the original site of PIE, but that the Armenian language came back to it after spending some centuries or millenia in Europe or elsewhere.This page contains the following three sections: History and Dialectology of the Armenian Language Synchronic Armenian Grammar Frequently Asked Questions The main issues in the history of the Armenian language have revolved around the origins question.Armenian is located in a crucial and strategic part of the world, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia and not too far from Africa, where humanity originated.
All of those notions flew out the window when the West Village resident heard about Linked Up!
Online dating is what it sounds like – a way of meeting people online so you can potentially go on dates together.
The 30-year-old explains that even though most of his peers do it, he was always opposed to hopping on a Web site to find girls.
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Launched in March, the free app is similar to the mega popular dating app Tinder, in that it’s GPS-based and users can view potential matches and “like” them if they’re interested.