There are two types of linguistic drift, a unidirectional short-term and cyclic long-term drift.
To the extent that a language is vocabulary cast into the mould of a particular syntax and that the basic structure of the sentence is held together by functional items, with the lexical items filling in the blanks, syntactic change is no doubt what modifies most deeply the physiognomy of a particular language. Syntactic change affects grammar in its morphological and syntactic aspects and is seen as gradual, the product of chain reactions and subject to cyclic drift. (Maybe) Drifting may evolve language faster than it can be recorded.
Language is dynamic and always evolving. The original printing of Books – may be the catastrophe as they can only be updated after the evidence and effect has been analyzed and processed through an intellectual filter. That is why THE BOOK OF 25, is a revolution as a GREEN E-BOOK – updatable keeping with this modernistic approach to communication. We are all CO-CREATERS- CO AUTHORS in all our lives.
Cristoph De Caermichael
THE BOOK OF 25