Researchers talked to speakers of 10 languages across five continents and found that there are versions of "Huh?" in every language they studied. Researchers talked to speakers of 10 languages across five continents and found that there are versions of "Huh?" in every language they studied.
Researchers talked to speakers of 10 languages across five continents and found that there are versions of "Huh?" in every language they studied.

Huh? may be the one universal word, global study of languages suggests

Researchers talked to speakers of 10 languages across five continents and found that all have similar-sounding versions of the exclamation

Researchers talked to speakers of 10 languages across five continents and found that there are versions of "Huh?" in every language they studied. Researchers talked to speakers of 10 languages across five continents and found that there are versions of "Huh?" in every language they studied.
Researchers talked to speakers of 10 languages across five continents and found that there are versions of "Huh?" in every language they studied.
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