Every year several languages die out. Some people think that this is not important because life will be easier if there are fewer languages in the world.

There are a plethora of languages around the world in which some are diminishing rapidly while some are at the stage of Extinction.
However
, people often debate if languages fade away in future,
then
it will be good for the community as it will make
communication
easier. To a certain extent, fewer languages could make
communication
more accessible, but the fading of languages means the Extinction of different cultures and their religion. A few observation offer support to consider that depletion of several languages will hold the beneficial effect in our everyday life. One supportive argument states that the differences in languages will make the
communication
skills harder as people find it challenging to convey their messages, and sometimes it creates the wrong image of a person.
For example
, in India, there is a difference of dialects in different states; a person from the north area generally prefer speaking in Hindi.
In contrast
, in the South, they talk in Kanada, Tamil and so on. So, whenever Indian change the city because of study or job, they find it challenging to communicate with colleague's or neighbours'. Not only within a country but languages are abundant in the whole world. That's why people find difficulty in travelling or working in other countries. Despite the above arguments,
language
dictates the culture and religion of different communities and the Extinction of these languages will show the disrespect for other culture.
Instead
, People have to respect all the languages around the world as it denotes their love and pride for their own culture.
However
, English is the global
language
so we can use it as a common source of
communication
as we are using nowadays. But diminishing other languages only for our reliability shows the selfishness of people. From my point of view, everyone should respect all the languages, and if someone has seen the Extinction of their
language
,
then
they have to work on promoting their
language
and aware of all the people.
However
, the best recommendation for those who caught in
this
debate would include considering the above options.
Submitted by AYUSHI on

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