What was the first language ever found?
The first languages may not have been written down, they may have been a spoken-only language, therefore we will never know what the first EVER language was.
However, the oldest text ever found was Sumerian. We have evidence of Sumerian documents dating back 5,000 years. By far, this is the oldest text ever discovered. But that doesn't mean Sumerian is the oldest language, there may have been more before it.
Vampires are fictional. No vampire has ever been found.
The Sumers invented the first ever written language.
what was the first shark ever discovered
It was Aristotle whom developed the first ever abstract symbolic language. Some philosophers call this language Aristotelian logic.
It is from a language of northern Russia where the remains of mammoth were first found. The Finnish word is Maa, meaning earth, where the animal was found
The first language ever spoken was sumerian. Mesopotamia was the first civilization ever to speak and use hieroglyphics. Answer: The previous answer has no scientific validity. The current linguistic theory identifies the first human language as Proto-World, or Proto-Human, and may have been spokean as far back as 200,000 years ago.
The first mummy that was ever found is unknown because mummies have been a part of human cultures since culture began. The first mummy unwrapped was from Cairo and was found by Christian Herzog in the late 1600s.
I don't believe the first seahorse ever found or seen was noted so there is no real answer.
The first state was Delaware.
Sumerian - their cuneiform writing systems of Mesopotamia are probably the oldest known written language.
Well the first chhuahua ever found was found in Mexico.
it was first found in text in the 12th century but other writing that were the buildng blocks of the language were found in the year 960 so its old xD
the first fossil ever found was found in 1676 called megalosaurus
Not even close. Latin wasn't spoken as a language until sometime around 700 BC. The Egyptians were already 2000+ years into their civilization, by then. So, was Egyptian the first language?
As far as we know, the only Genus ever to develop spoken Language is the Human Genus, but no one knows for certain which Human species was first.
No, the first map ever made was found in Babylon.
The first people that lived on Cuba were two ethnic groups, the Taíno and the Ciboney. Each had their own language, so the Taíno and Ciboney languages were the first to be spoken on Cuba. The word "Cuba" actually comes from the Taíno language.
the first fossil I've ever seen was dinonychus raptor I'm not sure if it was the first dinosaur fossil found but i think it might be.
a first language is the one who speak fluently and what you used ever since you was little e.g. im british, so my first language would be english, because i was brought up with that langage and it was the first one i learnt a second language is one you learnt and you're able to speak aswell e.g. i can speak french so therefore french would be my second language :)
No record of this has ever been found.
No. No language was ever an official language of the US, not even English.
The account that originally answered showed brute language, therefore the answer was terminated.
Because it was the first book ever written in Sanskrit language. Earlier to Ramayana's writing Sanskrit was in use as a spoken language only.
What ever language your parents speak. where ever you live.
Yes it would be the language of the people who found it
it is the first ever book of information it was found in the caves from buddahs
the first ever breed of horses was said to be the Eohippus. they were found in North America and Europe
in what language? becuz in English it was either 'Robinson Crusoe' or 'Le Morte d'Artur'.
No one knows. They didn't write stuff down back then ya know.
Dosya is the first sword ever made, it was found in North Korea. Dosya was made in the neolithic age, because it's shaped and sharp.
the language of where ever their from
They believe the first person ever looked around, and there it was.
In 1842-1843 Ada Lovelace wrote an algorithm for computer-generated Bernoulli numbers making it the first computer program ever. Historians have credited her with being the worlds first computer programmer. First generation or machine language is a series of ones and zeros that give a computer its commands, and it is the only language a computer can understand.
ha ha ha-no it's not a language and I don't think it ever will be
There are no sounds found in every language.
Sargon I attacked the southern region of mesopotamia with his army. Sargon I came from Akkad and the first ever language was akkadian although sumerians wrote cuneiform. Akkadian was what they called the first spoken language
The primary language of the Old Testament text was Hebrew with a few passages are written in the closely associated Aramaic. Of course as with any language, terms of others are occasionally found in the Hebrew text.
Depends on what you mean; Binary with punch cards is technical the first; But I just found out about FORTRAN, this was released commercially in 1957 and considered to be, "The First Successful High Level Programming Language" http://inventors.about.com/od/computersoftware/a/Fortran.htm
The myth is that German was the language that lost by one vote. See snopes.
it was discovered in the 1880s when Mark Mitchell found the first ever steel in Los Angeles near Nuketown
yes the daughter first and then the son later
Why do you want to know this? Tell me first please.
No, he found them but never made it to land...he died first
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mostly in the dark humid caves of Brazil but can be found in other places!!! i agree with who ever first answered it accept that they are found more in Transylvania
There is no such thing as a bad language.
· The world's first empire · Made their own language · Created the written language called cuneiform I hope that answered the question that was all the information I found!
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