If you call someone a grammar monkey, you'll be more right than you know. Research already has shown that monkeys understand some basic grammar principles, such as which words logically follow other words. Now, Harvard scientists have taught 14 cotton-top tamarins to recognize the linguistic principle of suffixes and prefixes.

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