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Elamo-Dravidian languages are a hypothesised language family which
links the living or proto Dravidian languages of India to the
extinct Elamite language of ancient Elam. Linguist David McAlpin
has been a chief proponent of the Elamo-Dravidian Hypothesis. The
Elamo-Dravidian hypothesis proposes that the extinct Harappan
language may also be part of the same family.McAlpin in his study
identified some similarities between Elamite and Dravidian. He
proposed that 20% of Dravidian and Elamite vocabulary cognates
while 12% are probable cognates. He further proposed that Elamite
and Dravidian possess similar second-person pronouns and parallel
case endings. They have identical derivatives, abstract nouns, and
the same verb stem+tense marker+personal ending structure. Both
have two positive tenses, a "past" and a "non-past."
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