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A living language becomes extinct every two weeks. The problem is often overlooked by speakers of the world’s major languages. When language extinction is considered, many otherwise thoughtful people shrug it off as a minor issue. This might be explained by the recent development of a misguided notion (some kind […]

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Every 14 days a language dies. Watch this enlightening video from the 2008 Pop!Tech Conference where linguist, David Harrison, discusses the devastation to culture that occurs when a living language disappears.

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