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Since these findings, Dr. Pagel is also studying/has also been studying how quickly words change or disappear. For example, numbers and pronouns don't often change/aren't often changing because we use them extremely often. However, less frequently used words evolve/are evolving more quickly and are also likely to die out very quickly.

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Why, yes... yes, I can.

Thanks for asking. :-)

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I might be able too.  One never knows.  But two has pretty much stayed the same.

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