I’m a Multilayered Person

Being complex doesn’t in any way guarantee that I’m special. But not being special doesn’t prove I’m meaningless, either. I have my uses.text + photo

6 thoughts on “I’m a Multilayered Person

  1. Linguists use the term substrate to designate a language that was used in a region before its speakers adopted another language. For example, French has a Celtic substrate, and that’s often cited as the reason that French, unlike neighboring Italian and Spanish, nasalizes some of its vowels.

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