One man invented a language in which he organized words by meaning rather than alphabetically. In a world with a common language nearly all translation jobs are gone! Any outliers would break the system because they would inevitably evolve the language. It's not just loanwords; the grammar has completely changed too compare Modern English grammar to German grammar, for example, since English 1200 years ago had grammar similar to it. God reveals truth — sometimes in words, sometimes in deep knowing, sometimes in his holy Word, sometimes through Christ. There is, of course, no right or wrong answer to a question such as this, but what we can do is to try and maximise our chances of successful communication by thinking logically. What will lead to peace is dialogue and a realization that we are not better than others just because we do not share a particular worldview.
Instead, these countries are united by their common language through trade agreements and political ties. I think part of the reasons it is such a poor continent is because of that. The most effective method of revitalizing an endangered language seems to be a language nest method adopted from Aotearoa Maoris and adapted to the Sámi community, which has resulted in the growth of new generations of children with native Sámi language skills, with the Inari Sámi, which had already become almost exclusively the language of the elderly, becoming the language of instruction throughout elementary school! He can heal us of our selfishness. Less differences could lead to less war. Daily life would be like an offline internet where people speak with English at each other, even with people with the same background.
I don't think the world would be better if everyone spoke the same language because it would reduce individuality. If one nation or region suddenly becomes dominant in world affairs, there would likely be great incentive to communicate with the people of that region. The ability to freely and quickly share information throughout the world. The next step is a cultural understanding. You'd be able to assimilate with people from other nations easily instead of trying to learn their entire language. Yeah, you know who I'm talking about. Sitting up there on that stage though--and then later, on a different panel, with only one Malayali author who nevertheless spoke only in Malayalam, with a few tossed asides to me and the other panelist--I started thinking about language chauvinism.
Excessive tangent conversations not related to the original question may be removed. English is the official language of the u. A good point for why we should speak the same language is that, there would be better communication between everyone, and no need for translation. I am affirmative on this subject. Nobody understood more than a couple of sentences. This might be to do with a specific type of expertise say in maths or computing. Please make sure you contribute to the discussion in a meaningful way.
This is actually not entirely true. English has been said to be notoriously hard to learn because it is rife with odd spelling, pronunciation, and many idioms. Still, I forced myself to complete the ten kilometers, which felt pretty good. Scientists questioning the development of linguistic rights most favourably consider the improvement of the status of these languages and the revitalization as an attempt to protect something that already without assistance belongs to the past. Why connect language with ethnic identity? In the same way biological diversity is important because you never know which plant will cure cancer, cultural diversity is important because we traditional knowledge may be needed for our survival. Even at a time of globalisation, we like belonging to small groups and language is one way of achieving that.
I also feel there would be less bias in the media because it would be easier to be a critical thinker and detect bias. There is great power in having everyone speak the same language, but the real issue is what purpose is behind that power. The more we know Him the more we know the truth. What I'm saying is differences between people aren't predisposed. A estimated that by 2100 the world population could reach as high as 12. It could not have evolved by chance.
How, then, do we sound so different from each other? It would be a greater interdependence between people and developed in tandem with the global economy. The language that your past relatives once spoke will be lost and, like Temmy said, will cut you off from one of the things that shape your identity and your past. Upvote and downvote in accordance with how one is contributing to the discussion. We get there by inviting Him in. If God hadn't interfered, we would've finished and learned from it.
We would be much better off if people had more in common. Most importantly though, there would be no mis-understandings in international affairs due to language barriers. And most workplaces tend to develop their own language among employees. It was developed in the late 19th century by L. God obviously had a design for us. Languages becoming endangered means that their transition to new generations is compromised under threat and in many cases even lost altogether. Endorphins are part of our pain control system producing an analgesic effect and they activate regions of the brain associated with reward - making us want to repeat the experience.
In order to be able to communicate effectively, it is imperative that we are able to separate out intended meanings from hearable meanings. This story is applicable here, as it resembles all human advancement. For instance Spanish in Central and South America and in Spain. For example deep south like Boomhower from KotH, and irish people are like crazy hard to understand. The United States alone has over 68 thousand translation jobs, And that number is growing rapidly.