The development of tourism 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 are the advantages and disadvantages to having one language in the world?

Nowadays, we have the possibility to talk to people all around the
world
without any problems. The reason about
that is
not only available translators, but
also
English as a prominent
language
.
However
,
this
is not our native
language
so communication is not at the highest level. It is not late to change that though. Everyone of us has been wondering what would it be if the whole
world
’s population is talking
on
Suggestion
about
the same
language
. Clearly, it has
also
its advantages and disadvantages. One of the benefits, which in fact is very vital, is communicating with people not only in Europe, but
also
in Africa - a continent in which now English is not so spread away. That would enable everyone of us to travel all over the
world
without having some misunderstandings in everyday life.
Moreover
, youngsters would have so much
choices
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choice
for their
further
education - they would not be required to learn another
language
, to take exams and could go studying
wherevere
where in the world
wherever
whenever
whatever
they want to. Obviously, disadvantages are fewer but more important. Speaking on same
language
put us in some kind of danger - the possibility of all people to become too
similiar
marked by correspondence or resemblance
similar
to each other. Every nation has its own traditions, habits and culture by which it differs from the rest of the
world
.
Language
is the thing which was responsible for these differences in the past. By changing that, we are risking to erase every
folk’s
Suggestion
folks’
history.
Finally
, even though speaking the same
language
would be very nice,
i
refers to the speaker or writer
I
suggest improving ourselves by learning more and more languages which would extend our knowledge about the
world
.

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