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User: is it ture or false that Advertising has no influence over language

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User: is it ture or false that Latin had only three cases

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User: is it ture or false that Syntax and morphology refer to the same discipline in linguistics.

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User: will it be true or false that The three types of fallacies targeted by structural linguists are called logical, normative, and semantic fallacies

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User: is it ture or fake that a Korzybski was a structural grammarian

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User: The originator of transformational grammar was what

Weegy: The 1950s saw the introduction of a new sort of grammar for natural languages called Transformational Grammar, [ properly introduced by Noam Chomsky in his 1955 monograph Logical Structure of Linguistic Theory (henceforth LSLT) and later condensed in his incredibly influential 1957 monograph entitled Syntactic Structures ]
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