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Who invented Words?

Well,. If you’re using words, have you ever wondered who invented Words? Well,There is no reason. The order of the alphabet has never made any sense. All we know is that the people who invented the first alphabet put the letters in a certain order. When they passed those letters on to other people, and those people passed the letters on to us, we kept the letters in that order.

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Well, If there is no reason, then How do they form?

Well, all I can say is they form in jumble of letters. well, Imagine someone just invented the new word for TV and it is called for example, ‘screen’, And it gets very famous. That is all I can say of how to make A word at home and become very famous.

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Who invented the ALPHABET?

The original alphabet was developed by a Semitic people living in or near Egypt. * They based it on the idea developed by the Egyptians, but used their own specific symbols. It was quickly adopted by their neighbors and relatives to the east and north, the Canaanites, the Hebrews, and the Phoenicians.

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Who invented the Months of the year?

However theancient historian Livy gave credit to the second early Roman king Numa Pompilius for devising a calendar of 12 months. The extra months Ianuarius and Februarius had been invented, supposedly by Numa Pompilius, as stop-gaps.

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Who invented School?

Horace Mann

Horace Mann is considered as the inventor of the concept of school. He was born in 1796 and later became Secretary of Education in Massachusetts. He was a pioneer in bringing educational reforms into society.

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Who Invented Songs?

The earliest fragment of musical notation is found on a 4,000-year-old Sumerian clay tablet, which includes instructions and tunings for a hymn honoring the ruler Lipit-Ishtar.

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Who is the Kindest people on the planet?

The Nepalese have been named the “Nicest people on the planet” in a number of traveler surveys.

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Who invented Kindness?

Origin of the word

The word is further derived from the Middle English word 'kindenes' meaning 'noble deeds' or 'courtesy'. The first recorded use of the word kindness was in the 14th century.

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