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

SNowadays
Suggestion
Nowadays
, the ancient complexity of languages seems to be overcome by the technological communication that has enhanced the slow dying out of a plethora of them. Into
this
frame, many consider
this
as a
beneficial
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benefit
event that would simplify the way we speak, while others deem by the idea that
this
would represent a huge loss. I totally agree with
this
second
view and in
this
essay I will suggest some food for thoughts.
Firstly
, the major concern about
this
topic is the cultural loss of
such
a phenomenon. Each language is the perfect reflection of cultural beliefs, behaviours and attitudes. What I mean is that the death of certain languages would completely erase some cultures.
Secondly
, some languages entail an emotional
binding
a close personal relationship that forms between people (as between husband and wife or parent and child)
bonding
. As an example, many
italian
of or pertaining to or characteristic of Italy or its people or culture or language
Italian
dialects represent our grandfathers' way to communicate that includes many traditional aspects of our history.
In contrast
with these ideas, there is the real issue that concerns its usage. In the modern area there are
few
Suggestion
a few
between youngest or adolescents that are still learning ancient languages at school (
i
refers to the speaker or writer
I
.e. Latin or Greek) but are not able to speak dialects properly because in neither of their daily routine these languages are required. To sum up, the language death is a relevant topic in the modern era, where the complexity of our language is reduced to
acronymous
a word formed from the initial letters of the several words in the name
acronyms
typical of chatting.
Neverthless
Suggestion
Nevertheless
, their relevance should be defined mainly
for
Suggestion
in
their cultural role. Personally, I believe that the oldest languages or dialects should be considered milestones of our culture, even if no longer spoken.

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