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    Languages have been vanishing from different regions. An endangered language is a language that is most likely to become extinct in the future. Most of the languages that have been disappearing are being replaced by other popular languages that are being widely used in nations, such as Spanish in Mexico and English in the United States. Many languages today have only one native speaker still living, and once the person’s death arrives, it will also be the death of the language. It will no longer be known by anyone or spoken after the disappearance. The language extinction is both sudden and gradual. The language’s chances can be changed in a generation or so if it is no longer being learned by children or youth. New languages are being born…

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    Language is the most crucial form of communication. Although, it varies from culture to culture, language has the same purpose and it is applied in similar process. However, many of the languages are endangered and becoming extinct. Endangered languages are the biggest reason that there is a loss of culture or the decline of consistent tradition. If languages are not treasured and valued, then it can destroy the whole culture by removing it altogether. Every language is important and has very…

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    3. Causes of endangerment in an Index There is no single reason for language endangerment. Usually more than one factor are responsible for endangerment. But all the possible factors are examinable to make a correct result. The responsible factors and causes of endangerment are given with analyzing: 3.1. Domination of State language And Lingua Franca: The philosophy of the blood bathed language movement of 1952 in East Pakistan was for the right to speak in mother tongue. The people’s demand…

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    Endangered languages: its deteriorate situation and the solutions With approximately 7 billion population, currently, there are around 6900 languages used all over the world (Romaine, 2007). However, most of them are not be used by sufficient population so that their survival may be faced with threaten now or in the future. According to Sallabank (2011), 50 to 90% languages will disappear in nearly 100 years. Though it seems that the living conditions of those…

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    Endangered Language Ladin Danter nos baiunse ladin, deache chësc é nosc lingaz dla uma. Mo val’ iade ti dunse inće a nüsc ghesć le bëgnodü por ladin." This sentence, written in the Ladin language, literally means “We speak Ladin among ourselves because Ladin is our mother tongue.” 1dolomites. I have been lucky enough to visit Northern Italy several times in the last few years. I speak some Italian, and while visiting Lake Garda, I heard people speaking a different language then standard…

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    There are many languages that die out like the mysterious Peruvian language or the Egyptian hieroglyphics. The Native Americans’ language might be the next extinct language because of how endangered it is. There are many groups that are trying to keep the language from being endangered and some statistics show that have the language around, rather than extinct would prove to be more beneficial. An article that was found on the web, titled “Saving America’s Endangered Languages” uses different…

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    Endangered Pangolins People are trying to save Pangolins because it is the most illegally traded animal in the world and before they are eaten to extinction. There are up to 100,000 Pangolins that are estimated to be hunted and sold every year. Which is making them the most traded animal in the world. How are people helping: Well people are trying to find these animals in the wild and to put them in a safe place where they don’t have to be hunted and also so they don’t go extinct. Well and when…

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    Most people assume that gorillas are strong and durable creatures that could withstand anything. While gorillas are certainly strong, their survival requires a delicate balance of a safe habitat and a healthy, natural diet. There are many different types of gorillas and each species requires different needs based on their region. In particular, many of the gorillas in Africa are dwindling in numbers due to threats upon their natural habitat. According to Endangered Species…

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    Throughout history, humans have been clearing land and hunting animals heavily. This has pushed some animals passed their point of coming back, leading to extinction. Some have been pushed very close to the point of extinction, leaving it endangered. In today’s world, there are 16,306 living organisms who are endangered due to numerous reasons, examples being excessively hunted to because their habitat is being destroyed because humans need the lumbar or resources found there…

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    as well as the deforestation of Indonesia, swimming around giant islands of garbage in the heart of the Pacific Ocean, and observing the hunting of endangered sea turtles off the coast of multiple Asian countries. While Corwin makes it a point to highlight the death and demise of “charismatic species” (473), he also sheds light on species that are going extinct that many of us may not even consider. While planning a trip to Panama, Corwin had to explain to his own young daughter that she would…

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