The development of tourism has contributed to English becoming the most prominent language in the world. Some people think this will lead to English becoming the only language to be spoken globally. What would be the advantages and disadvantages of having only one language in the world?Give reasons for your answer, and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience

It is understandable that some people believe English will become the only spoken
in the world. Without doubt, the development of tourism has played an important role in spreading
, the dramatic rise of information technology may have contributed.
In both technology and
Both technology and
science, the English
is already helping people to share information, to compare data and to progress faster. So, I believe that having only one
will increase the speed of the
and scientific development of the global community. Above all, it may lead to a better knowledge of different cultures. As misunderstanding can create problems between people, a better understanding of other cultures can increase tolerance, compassion and integration.
, having only one
could have some disadvantages. During my study, I realise that a
is not only a way to communicate, but it is
the expression of a culture with unique characteristics and qualities. A world with only one
may lose some of these qualities. To conclude, in the future, there may be no spoken languages. Since machines able to read the human thoughts are already
built, it is possible that on
the day
the mankind will be telepathic.
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