Margaret Atwood's life story
The Japanese village populated by dolls
3 times the British Museum didn’t return looted artefacts
Raymond Watson made art out of a troubled past
The strange story of rugby balls
A mixed marriage during the Troubles of Northern Ireland
Some countries have indigenous languages because they still have Native Tribes, the country's that do should protect things like this because it's part of the history of the country, of how it evolved and how it allowed them to move forward. It's sad to see these things fade away. 😥
So sad....even in Africa and Nigeria we have lost so many languages
Well we wont need translators as much thats a bonus
on apprend une langue autochtone après l'Arabe
Our Karen language isn’t even on google translate.
je te l’avais dit environs 7000 langues parlées dans le monde
told you it was 6700 👀
Afrikaans will soon be one if them.
I live in Quebec, Canada and here we put laws in place to preserve the use of the French language. And let me tell you it is difficult to do so even if French is a dominant language across the world. I can only imagine how difficult it would be to try and preserve a language that doesn't have a powerful economical backing. I find it so sad.
Who even created language
Teach your children how to speak your language 🤷♀️ encourage them to learn something, if you want your language to carry on then teach it so it can carry on. Saying your language is dying but your people aren't helping you maintain the heritage.
this is what I’m watching
There is an interesting article "let it die" brings both perspectives.
James Hornby...you are a fool...tsk tsk tsk...uneducated fool
English is all you need
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