It is often argued that every single year, more and more languages are becoming extinct. Some people confirm that it is
as it is more convenient to communicate with fewer
, I tend to disagree with that point of view.
On the one hand, I believe that
is one of cultural forms of every
be more precise, if certain
dies out, the culture of
As a result
, people’s knowledge about certain nations, its history, and culture and
, may decrease.
, Latin and Coptic languages have gone to extinct, and people have a little and no understanding about these languages.
, it is important to keep any
alive or save written forms of them for those who are curious about different languages.
On the other hand
of having few languages to speak in the
can make easier to adjust to a new environment.
In other words
, if there are few languages in the
, almost everyone can
in any part of the
without the assistance of translators.
, when I travel through Europe, I can communicate with local people freely and easily as an international
, having few languages can tackle
barriers in an international atmosphere.
In conclusion, I firmly believe that it is important to keep languages alive as it is of the form of
of certain nations.
simplifies people’s life if there are few languages to use for communication in the
balance, I would suggest that endangered languages should be recorded in the written form for those who would like to learn. Meanwhile, keeping few options of speaking languages among