If you’re familiar with the term, the name of this section may seem strange, since Indo-European, a massive family of related languages, includes the languages that define the other pages. The purpose of this page therefore is to host articles that either have a family-wide scope, or that concern Indo-European languages but do not fit elsewhere.


14/06/2020 – The Neuter Gender – A Very Useful Rule!
What if there were a rule that applied to all neuter nouns across the Indo-European languages? Wouldn’t it help language learning?

08/12/2020 – The Un-mouthing of Sounds.
A brief piece on the process of debuccalization, a sound change that links Ancient Greek and Old French to Essex English.

13/12/2021 – Digging Old Irish
Old Irish is the bad boy of the Indo-European family, but its reputation for toughness isn’t really fair. Here’s one way we can make it very friendly.

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