The Dead or Desired Languages of the World
"What languages are in the world?" Well, the answer to the question depends largely on asking the question. You see, the number of world languages is fluent, changing. Recently, two years ago, the number of languages in the world rose to 6912, but almost thousands of obscure languages dropped out of obsolescence almost every month, and this number is also mentioned. There are more than 517 languages in the list of "endangered" or "dying" languages. English as a foreign language increasingly extends to its influence on its world language. indigenous languages all over the world. Hundreds of culturally rich, ethnic and historically significant languages have died, and not only because of the spread of English as a foreign language.
Why Women Die
There are several reasons for the lingering language. In short, let's look at some of them.
There are no native speakers
As the number of speakers in a language is declining, language is getting more and more accelerated to extinction. Grandparents use the language, such as Eyak, for adult adults. Adult children who are now parents themselves are less likely to use the language than their own children, but prefer to use another language franca. Finally, the youngest generation completely renounces the language, never learns or moves to find their luck elsewhere, in a place where the language is unknown or unused. With this last generation, language eventually dies.
There is no written form
Many languages are integrated with a plausible, traditional form, languages, traditions and elements of languages simply by using "Griots," historians or historians. Coarse climates, the lack of durable materials, or the strange lack of a written structure can all contribute to the termination of a traditionally spoken language. The visual forms of a language may exist on non-permanent or semi-permanent media such as animal skin, rocks or cave paintings, roughly shaped parchment materials or wood carvings, logs or tattoos on human skin.
Another Lingua Franca absorption
The growing phenomenon that causes the disappearance of many languages is the "absorption" of the culture, communication and data retention aspects of the "small" language, a stronger, widespread and commercially available lingua franca. The nomadic tribes of Eastern and Central Europe, the islands of Sub-Saharan Africa and the Southern Pacific are isolated and their "linguistic heritage" is lost. In order to maintain a people or tribe, there is an increasing need for trade and other alliances with other alien groups. For this purpose, a common language franchise should be used for each strain. The broader and more widely used lingua franca, the greater the range and the possibilities of a group, tribe or groups. Often, this "pidgin" form is a mixture of indigenous languages, which is a wider range of communicative forms, such as melancholy Pidgin.
In the second part of the series "Dying, Dead and Extinct Languages", we will continue to look at the removal of some languages and the spread of others.
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