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The Comparative Method is used by historical linguists to determine what an ancestral language might have looked like. [ By looking at languages of today, linguists deduce which processes could have produced one word/rule in one language and another in a different language when both are believed to have come from the same mother language. Specifically, linguists look for phonological, morphological, syntactic, semantic and lexical changes and their causes. ]
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