Diversity Of Language In English Language

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English is everywhere. Along with the increasing levels of globalization, more than one third of the world’s population is some sense exposed to it in the coming 20 years. Wide spread of English explosively increase communication and information flow across races. Many less common languages, however, are gradually being ignored with the shift to English. The fields of use of such local languages are narrowing down to specialized areas, like academic studies and literatures. The diminishing exposure of such minorities in family and next generation causes them going extinct. I am going to write this paper to analyze the influence of the unity and diversity of languages. The findings of this project show the negative impacts of English dominance outweigh its advantage because of its detriments on personal, cultural or global level. It illustrates how monolingual hinders comprehensive personal developments, why languages homogenization hinders cultural inheritance and developments, and the importance of local language in social developments. Language is a crucial element in the development of children’s cognitive ability, and the only existence of English will limit their potential learning from switching between multiple languages. While bilingual speakers need to identify and match the acoustic signals to more than one language database in their brains, monolinguals only have to activate one language system when they speak or listen. English-only children seldom have such
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