Why some languages disappear?

Asked on 09.01.2019 in All Questions,   Sociology.
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However, arguments can also be made which support the receding number of mother tongues: the losses display our move forwards. It is not a direct representation of shedding our very identity but a recognition of said identity while working towards an optimum and most logical pathway such as schools offering stronger global languages like Spanish and German. Languages such as Gaelic and Welsh identify far more in a historic rural landscape as opposed to the larger range of global languages due to the increasing diversity of the UK. Kenan Malik,...
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