Why do languages die? | The Economist

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Why do languages die? | The Economist
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There are more than 7,000 languages. The number of people speaking English, Spanish and Mandarin continues to grow, but every fortnight a langauge will disappear forever. The Economist's language expert Lane Greene explains why.

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Video Language:
English
Team:
Amplifying Voices
Projekt:
Endangered Languages
Duration:
03:27
Format: Youtube Primary Originál
This video is part of the Amplifying Voices team.

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