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Endangered Languages

 

Over 7,000 languages are spoken throughout the world. Some of them are of course ‘safe’, meaning that they will be spoken for the indefinite future. Others are in danger because there are few people who speak the endangered language. What do you think? Is it acceptable for languages to die with the last speaker? Do you think we should work to keep an endangered language alive? What, if anything can be done about this? Please make some comments below.

Take a look at the following article from WEF:

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/02/how-some-endangered-languages-thrive


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