He was born on November 26, 1857, in Geneva, Switzerland, was a linguist considered one of the more recognize linguistics in the world and one of the founders of the structural grammar.
He studied at Leipizing University where he met a young German group of linguists called Neogrammarians and he devoted himself to the study of the Indo-European language. Then he was a teacher of Sanskrit and of Comparative grammar in the University of Geneva and at the age of 21 published a book called 'Memory' about the primitive system of vowels in the Indo-European languages. Inside his big lessons the 'language' is as a social system and the 'speech' of an individual way, but principally the definition of sign formed for signifier and signified. He died in Geneva in 1913 and after his death his students collected the learned lessons and published a so called book ‘Cours de Linguistique Generale’.
His contributions have been very important to prepare to the future linguistics, as for us to understand the meaning of through that every day we're living. Also, it's important because across it histories of evolution are planned, already be of places or of personal relations, is importance carries basically our contact with the others since we relate to peopl who handle different types of language.
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