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1. There are no generally accepted relations between Afroasiatic and any other language family.

2. In fact, no convincing genealogical relationship between Ainu and any other language family has been demonstrated, and it is generally regarded as a language isolate.

3. Though some scholars have argued that the Dravidian languages may have been brought to India by migrations from the Iranian plateau in the fourth or third millennium BCE or even earlier, the Dravidian languages cannot easily be connected to any other language family and could well be indigenous to India.

4. The Indo-European family is not known to be linked to any other language family through any more distant genetic relationship, although several disputed proposals to that effect have been made.

5. The Indo-European family is not known to be linked to any other language family through any more distant genetic relationship, although several disputed proposals to that effect have been made.

6. Similarly, Georgiy Starostin (2002) arrives at a tripartite overall grouping: he considers Afroasiatic, Nostratic and Elamite to be roughly equidistant and more closely related to each other than to any other language family.

7. The Indo-Uralic (or Uralo-Indo-European) hypothesis suggests that Uralic and Indo-European are related at a fairly close level or, in its stronger form, that they are more closely related than either is to any other language family.

8. No relationship to any other language family is well established.

9. The accepted classification is this: The Chukotko-Kamchatkan languages have no generally accepted relation to any other language family.

10. None of the attempts has succeeded in demonstrating a common descent for Japonic and any other language family.

11. The following table exemplifies the basic Yeniseian numerals as well as the various attempts at reconstructing the proto-forms: The following table exemplifies a few basic vocabulary items as well as the various attempts at reconstructing the proto-forms: Until 2008, few linguists had accepted connections between Yeniseian and any other language family, though distant connections have been proposed with most of the ergative languages of Eurasia.

12. After the decipherment of Hurrian and Urartian inscriptions and documents in the 19th and eariy 20th century, Hurrian and Urartian were soon recognized as not related to the Semitic nor to the Indo-European languages, and to date, the most conservative view holds that Hurro-Urartian is a primary language family not demonstrably related to any other language family.

13. No genealogical relationship between Ainu and any other language family has been demonstrated, despite numerous attempts.

14. No genealogical relationship between Ainu and any other language family has been demonstrated, despite numerous attempts.

15. however, Donohue argues that these are borrowed, since the two pronouns most resistant to borrowing, 'I' and 'thou', do not resemble Austronesian or any other language family.

16. Internal classification by Jolkesky (2016): († = extinct) Yanomaman is usually not connected with any other language family.

17. Their languages (the Xincan languages) are not known to be related to any other language family, although they have many loan words from Mayan languages.

18. The Tuu languages are not demonstrably related to any other language family, however they do share a great many similarities to the languages of the Kxʼa family.

19. The Kartvelian family is not known to be related to any other language family, making it one of the world's primary language families.

20. Ross (2005) tentatively included them in the proposed Trans-Fly – Bulaka River family, but Usher, who reconstructs that family, does not connect Bulaka River to any other language family.

21. The Kartvelian family is not known to be related to any other language family, making it one of the world's primary language families.

22. They did not notice connections to any other language family.

23. However, none of these attempts has succeeded in demonstrating a common descent for Koreanic and any other language family.

24. Other words appear to have no parallels in any other language family or branch (You 2002:505-518).

25. However, none of these attempts has succeeded in demonstrating a common descent for Koreanic and any other language family.