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Protecting Ancient Artifacts
Inigo Gilmore visits the local museum, where the relics are locked away, and learns the items are likely from the Middle East, possibly from ISIS held territory.
By: National Geographic.
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What Are Planetary Transits?
When space objects pass in front of other space objects, we call that a transit. And it turns out, they’re not just fun to watch, they helped us figure out our place in the cosmos.
By: Fraser Cain.
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Where Do Subjects Start Out in Sentences? Word Order and VPISH
Why do different languages slot their words into sentences in different sequences? Do the subjects of sentences have to start off at the beginning of the sentence? In this week’s episode, we talk about word order and the Verb Phrase-Internal Subject Hypothesis, or VPISH: how much variation in orders we see across languages, why having the subject start out lower down in the syntactic tree helps us capture these differences, and what other evidence we have that the subject might not start exactly where it appears.
By: The Ling Space.
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