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英語を訳してもらいたいです。 Do you know how many languages are spoken in the would? About 6,000! Butexperts say about half of them will probably die out during this century because the would is getting smaller in terms of communication. There is a clear need for languages that many people can understand. As a result, minor languages are being forgotten. When a language dies out, what happens? Its culture is lost. Culture is the whole body of human activies and language plays an important part in them. What can we do about this? In many parts of the would, people are trying to save their native tongues. よろしくお願いします!


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    全世界で言葉がいくつ話されているかご存知ですか。約6000です。しかし専門家は、世界がコミュニケーションの点で小さくなって来ているので、今世紀の間にその半数は恐らく死ぬだろうと言っています。多くの人が理解できる言語が必要なことは明らかです。その結果、マイナーな言語は忘れられていきます。   言語が死ぬ時は、何が起こるでしょう? その文化が失われます。文化とは人間活動の全体を指し、その(人間活動の)大切な役割を果たすのが言葉です。わたしたちに何が出来るでしょうか? 世界のあちこちで、人々は先住民の言語を救おうと努力しています。




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  • 英語

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