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  • Amit

    July 20, 2021 at 11:54 PM

    English has become the most adopted language in the world despite the fact that it is not spoken by the majority of the countries. The growth in the tourism sector has made English a widely accepted language in the many part of the world. Hence, many people are believe that it will be contributing to English become the single language to be spoken in the world. This essay will discuss the pros and cons of having one common language on the earth.

    Definitely, having a sole language will have enormous advantage to the countries it will benefit to make hassle free trade between nations, additionally, a noneconomic transections such as education or technology exchange also can be performed seamlessly between nations. for instance, Chinese and Russian can establish trade effortlessly as understanding would be so easy for both. Another main advantage is countries can standardize their study or education system thereby the skills and manpower facilities could be exchanged which potentially help to create more job opportunities.

    However, there are the downsides of one global language also. Countries may lose their ancient language which has linked with own values, culture and tradition and those represents their origin and sense of belonging therefore there is risk of losing own identity. Another major drawback is setting a single language is tedious task for any countries and obviously it’s not an overnight job. It may lead to dispute or outbreak among the countries or even within the countries especially like the India which is most diversified nation.

    Finally I would say adopting a sole language will stronger the relationship and economy of countries as powerful advantage considering other side fact that drawbacks has not to be overlooked.

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