Endangering languages is a distressing and alarming issue. UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) states that a language becomes extinct when nobody speaks or remembers the language and that the loss of languages can have cultural, social, developmental, communal, religious and political repercussions. Languages define our cultural identities, social behaviors, communication styles, technical vocabulary, and way of thinking. Loss of language can have imploding repercussions on human society, and thus this issue must be addressed at the earliest to save dying tongues. Read below to gain more perspective.
SAVE LANGUAGES TO SAVE THE WHOLE OF HUMANITY!