The beginning of human speech

When did humans start speaking for the first time … ??? How was the language developed in Africa … ??? According to Professor George Paulos, Professor Emeritus, the University of South Africa, when did humans first speak, which speeches were first spoken, and when did the language come from this polite start? These questions have long attracted people, especially in tracking the evolution of modern humans and what makes us different from other animals. George Paul has spent most of his academic career researching the phonetic and linguistic structure of African languages. On his latest book, human speech and language origin, he has proposed new timelines for the origin of the language. We asked her about the consequencesWhen and where did human speech come from? Research for this research shows that the voices of the first speech were spoken about 70,000 years ago, not millions or millions of years ago, as is sometimes claimed in literature. Although my research is primarily based on sound (speech sounds) and linguistic analysis, it also covers other fields, such as the study of piulio anthropology (human evolution), archaeological (fossils and other remnants), anatomy and anatomy.A “non-speaking” species of homo sapiens (modern humans) changed the species almost when our hunters migrated from Africa. When they migrated out of the African continent, they took with them the greatest gift that our generations have achieved so far – the ability to create speech sounds, which was enabled by the creation of a “speech” gene. It was the ability that was more than anything, which brought them into a world in which they would dominate all other species. Which speech sounds were first spoken? So far the first speech sounds were not just random sounds. Under these speech sounds there was a new network that connects certain parts of the brain to different parts of the vocal. Various physical and environmental factors contributed to Homo sapiens’ ability to produce speech sound for the first timeAnother interesting factor was the obvious change in the diet of our ancestors and its potential effect on the human brain. Mainly the change in omega-3 fatty acid-rich seafood occurred when they migrated from the interior of the continent to coastal regions. The sound drain gradually evolved in a long time, and various stages of development determined the types of sounds that could be produced. At the time of the migration “outside Africa”, the only part of the sound drain that was physically designed to produce speech was the oral cavity. At that time, only the sound of speech that could be made in the mouth was the so-called “click” sound. The air stream could be controlled inside the mouth. Clicks are the only known speech sounds that behave this way. They are still found in a few African languages today – especially in the Khoisian languages spoken in Botswana, Namibia and parts of South AfricaThere are less than 1% of the world’s clicks in languages. They are also found in some isolated examples in some languages of East Africa and South Africa, who adopted clicks when they came in contact with Khoisan. Clicks are also noted on one occasion outside the African continent, in the formal language register known as Damien in Australia. An example of click Speech sound is the so-called “kiss” (or bileabil) click where the lips are collected, and the back of the tongue is raised against the back of the mouth. The lips are then sucked inward, and when released, a click sound is produced. Elevular click production. Courtesy of George Paul My research suggests that the “kiss” click was probably the sound of the first speech produced by Homo Sipans. As time went on, different parts of the language became more and more manipulative, making it possible to produce other click sounds in the mouth. So, when did the voices of the second speech come out? This study shows that the production of all other human speech sounds (other conventions as well as all ends) began about 50,000 years ago. It depended on the gradual development of a proper proportional sound drain, which included all the major larynx along the mouth, back of the mouth, the nasal passages and the bones of its sound. Three air stream mechanisms were developed for the preparation of all speech sounds, and they gradually developed at other stages.How did humans interact before clicks? Earlier, the only voices that humans could produce were the so-called “vocalisations” or vocal calls. They were imitating or imitating the various actions or voices from which humans were exposed in their environment. How did humans interact before clicks? Earlier, the only voices that humans could produce were the so-called “vocalisations” or vocal calls. They were imitating or imitating the various actions or voices from which humans were exposed in their environment. They can also be unintentional voices that express different emotions or are unintentional sounds made during sores, sneezing, etc. They should not be confused with the most sophisticated mechanisms that are involved in the preparation of speech sounds that form the foundations that we today recognize as human language. And the use of full grammatical language? As the different sounds of the speech were produced, they composed syntax and words in different ways. And in turn they produce structural variants of gramical sentences that feature modern languages. The initial ability to produce the sound of speech was the spark that led to the gradual evolution of the language. The grammar language was not ready overnight. There was no “silver bullet” from which the tongue was born. The indication is that the human language was a long-lasting acquisition of homo sapiens. This research argues that the language, as we know it today, probably began to emerge 20,000 years ago. An elderly man is painting a baby’s face. Huberman / Universal Images Group through Getty Images We first observed that the first speech was played by the ancestors of the speakers of the present Khoisian languages. In light of this observation, it would be fair to assume that they were the first to speak grammar. To this day, there is no phonetic or linguistic evidence to indicate that other generations like Neandertles could ever speak the language of grammar. They did not have the dimensions of the sound path required to prepare the sound of the speech, leaving only the shapes and syntax that were needed for the grammar language. Why does it all matter? Speaking of the first speech of about 70,000 years ago was the beginning of a journey that was about to lead to the evolution of the human language. Language has provided a source of communication that has contributed to the important developments that range from the earliest known “written” records to which we have access (about 5,500 years ago) to the most sophisticated technological advances. Witnessing today …



  1. My pleasure, Ashgar! I love your blog and will await what comes next impatiently. Thanks again for visiting my blog and all the likes!!🙏🏽


  2. Asghar ali says:

    Thank you 1000000000 times for your comments.

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  3. Very interesting article! Did you see the movie called “The Gods, They Must Be Crazy”? It is about an African tribe that uses click speech to communicate and whose happy existence is disrupted by modern civilization entering their world in, I forget where, Africa. It is a great movie to see apart from the click speech. Highly recommended.

    Thank you for all the “likes” on my site. Will see what you have been up to. Unfortunately I cannot post my photos of India because few people are giving walking tours right now online. I miss them very much. You were a frequent visitor of my blog when I did my Indian pictures. The pieces and photos that I am posting right now are many years old. I am not too well right now so no new creative ideas.

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  5. A very interesting topic

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