In many countries, old or traditional languages are dying out or being forgotten, especially by younger people. Is this an acceptable development which occurs inevitably, or is it something which we should try to prevent?

In many areas around the world, keeping traditional things like ancient
languages
which we don’t use commonly nowadays is becoming more difficult, specifically among the youngsters. The idea provokes strong arguments, which I will consider here. In
this
modern lifestyle, we needed to move forward and learn other
languages
as well as we can. While the world is globalizing more and more, speaking in only one
language
appears not enough to live and work successfully.
Therefore
,
this
society requires us to speak in several
languages
like English, China, Korea, etc except our original
language
.
Thus
, why do youth need to spend their time learning an ancient
language
,
instead
of exploring another culture through their
language
?
Secondly
, there is not enough usage of old
languages
. So, it
makes
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it more difficult for us to not forget our old
languages
.
On the other hand
, it appears that the old
language
and
history
belong to each other, which means in some way, old
languages
represent the part of
history
. By
this
, we mean that denying our ancient
language
seems like ignoring our own
history
. For that reason, remembering and using our traditional
language
will help us to keep retrieving the
history
of our countries.
Moreover
, there is a phrase in Mongolia, which says that “ We are complete when we have our
language
, border of the
country
, and cattle”. So, respecting our traditional
language
is a kind of
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system of our
country
. If people don’t know about their own
country
’s historical
language
, no one will care about it and it will disappear with some traditional rituals silently. To sum up, I consider, as the future of the
country
, For the young generation, it is crucial to know the traditional
languages
well. Because of the historical bond with
language
and independence of the
country
contingent on the ancient
language
in some way.
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