Every year several languages die out. Some people think that it is not important because life will be easier if there are fewer languages in the world. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

Language
is a very important aspect of being human
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as not every living thing has the luxury of a spoken
language
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I strongly disagree with
this
no-tion
a vague idea in which some confidence is placed
notion
of replacing languages to an extent where they are forgotten totally. It is very sad that certain languages are dying out and are being re-placed by languages which are spoken worldwide
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for instance
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the English
language
has now become an international
language
by replacing certain regional languages
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The main languages affected are the regional ones
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which are no longer spoken or even written
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as they are no longer a means of communication between people from different ethnic backgrounds.
This
is a result of globalisation
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and migration of people to different countries to pursue new opportunities in the field of academics and jobs
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To adapt to the new culture
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people have to learn new languages in order to establish an identity in the new working community and be able to convey their feelings and ideas
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For
example
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an individual migrating from China to the United States has to learn
english
an Indo-European language belonging to the West Germanic branch; the official language of Britain and the United States and most of the commonwealth countries
English
in order to communicate
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as the official
language
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in
the
work place
a place where work is done
workplace
and the community is English
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over time he will become more fluent in that
language
and forget Mandarin due to
infre-quent
not frequent; not occurring regularly or at short intervals
infrequent
usage
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This
is a very typical
example
of a
language
dying out slowly
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Additionally
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language
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and it should not be forgotten in my opinion. There is no harm in learning a new
language
in order to stay competitive in
this
ever changing world. I believe
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it would only be an asset for an individual to know more than one
language
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As more and more countries are now engaging in trade
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business
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academics with each
other learning
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other, learning
a new
language
is always beneficial. But
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this
should not be at the cost of forgetting
ones
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one
one's
language
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and leading to extinction of a
language
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example
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in India
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Eng-lish
an Indo-European language belonging to the West Germanic branch; the official language of Britain and the United States and most of the commonwealth countries
English
is taught
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in
schools from a very young age along with Hindi (official
language
of India
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as the official
language
of communication at
Universi-ties
the body of faculty and students at a university
universities
and offices is
english
an Indo-European language belonging to the West Germanic branch; the official language of Britain and the United States and most of the commonwealth countries
English
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So
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as seen in the
example
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the individual will have a grasp of both languages and has greater chances of
succeed-ing
coming after or following
succeeding
as compared to a person who only knows one
language
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To sum up
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languages should be preserved and people should be
encour-aged
inspired with confidence
encouraged
to learn a
language
different to their own.
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