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DID YOU THINK ABOUT IT??? PEOPLE SPEAK FROM 2500 TO 7000 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES ! ! !  DO WE NEED SUCH A BIG AMOUNT OF LANGUAGES? WHAT IF THERE WAS ONLY ONE AND PEOPLE  HAD 100% UNDERSTANDING AND THERE WAS NO MISUNDERSTANDING IN RELATIONSHIPS AT ALL ? WOULD YOU STOP COMMUNICATING YOUR NATIVE LANGUAGE AND LEARN THE UNIVERSAL ONE? WOULD YOU TAKE PART IN MAKING THE LANGUAGE?
Apr 10, 2017 5:46 PM
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Even if everyone in the world all spoke the same language, there will never be 100% understanding. People have misunderstandings using their native language all the time. Just ask anyone who is married, lol.

My husband and I can't even agree on where the color "purple" ends and the color "blue" begins. We're both native English speakers.
April 10, 2017

This is a very interesting scenario. For me, I LOVE have a vacation from my native language of English. I love the fact that I can delve into a different culture with a different language. I love the variety. Though, of course, it is not the EASY way, towards 100% comprehension and understanding, to me, it is a fun variety from boring/mundane-ness of my native language.  ---- Language is an art in and of itself that I enjoy exploring the variety of. 

But yes, I totally understand your predicament. :) 

April 10, 2017
I think a universal language would be fun if I had another language that was my first language. I always feel a little jealous of people who speak English as a second language almost perfect while also being fluent in their native language.  If there was only one language in the world though, I think it would make life a little boring.
April 13, 2017

Ouch. Why all caps? That makes it seem like you're screaming your message.

My opinion? I looooove languages and think it would be really sad if they stopped existing. It makes our world so much more interesting.

April 13, 2017
 I love languages and I think they should preserved  .  The global language is already English  . 
April 12, 2017
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