One of the biggest obstacles to human communication was the language barrier. Limited communication between nations and peoples, confused ideas and intentions, and even war. Although the languages of the regional languages and the lingua franca are always exhausted, they are coming and going through the years, so the turmoil and the power loss are in his turn.
A more viable, long-term solution for everyone to master a common language.
If everyone has learned the common second language, many communication problems would be solved between people and nations. This would equal the interplay between the nations. Of course most people read that they are "thinking in a world language" – yes, in English. Someone is likely to talk. Not true.
English is easy to speak poorly, but very few learn to speak well. In fact, it is rather difficult to write a language. It's very controversial, so many flaws, exceptions and spells are a nightmare, even most native speakers in English. Not everyone is learning English. Of those who learn, few to learn enough to use, and less are still really master.
English language learning also includes a number of political luggage. Some people feel that American or British imperialism or elitism forces them. Any other national language has similar limitations or limitations.
So what's the other choice?
A possible common language already exists. Esperanto. It is designed precisely for this purpose. In the 1880's invented by LL Zamenhof, it is reliably easy to learn and use. Since everybody is studying a different language, no one is unfair advantage or disadvantage.
Esperanto has its accusers. Some people say that the European origin is too European and therefore disadvantages Africans or Asians. Some linguists believe that a more viable and neutral language can be created, but nobody has done so successfully.
Esperanto is unique in its life. Original works have written Esperanto, music is recorded, many web sites and podcasts are in Esperanto, and even a movie. Unlike other built-in languages, there is an increasing number of users worldwide, many in Asia, where it is popular because it is not English!
On the road there is an expression for this – International Supplementary Language. So far, Esperanto is the only international auxiliary language that has shown enough popularity, usefulness and flexibility to the uninteresting, as the common language of all people and nations. The United Nations was still entertained by the idea of using it as auxiliary language. Time tells us whether the concept is winning some steam, but I think the common second language is the future of mankind.
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