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Austin Berrier

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A Global Language

Humans have always lived apart from each other, so naturally we formed separate and distinct languages. Now, in the age where distance is no longer a concern, I believe that there should be a global language for all humans to enable effective communication with one another. It would exist alongside all current languages and would not force their removal, but simply exist as a common communication device.

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  • Mar 4 2012: A universal language will evolve naturally if it serves its users. As the world becomes more accessible - through innovations like the internet - language will evolve to fulfill the needs of communication. The mingling of languages will create something akin to a universal language.

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