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

With
modernization many
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modernization, many
things changed around us. One of the major change around us that we come across is, the death of several languages. Though some people think
this
is not important because life will be easier if there are fewer languages, According to me dying out of any language is not at all healthy. The languages tell us about the tradition, culture and heritage of a country. I feel so, because for an individual his mother tongue is a key to a prison. He can express what he feels or thinks in a much better way in his own language than in any other dialect. We can learn various languages, but the comfort we have in our own, we never find that in any other. It can be a blessing for few as it means less number of communicative
ways but
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ways, but
that would just be a boon for
few
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the few
a few
, for the rest it will be a bane. Even a child starts uttering the
first
words that he/she listens in their house, and
that is
what the child becomes comfortable with. Now imagine, one fine day,
this
child comes to know he cannot use
this words
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these words
this word
in the future as no one understands these words anymore. It is like someone snatching away the meal from a person who has been starving for ages. I would conclude by saying that dying of language is not a good thing, not only for an individual but
also
for ones culture and heritage.
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