MemberApril 13, 2022 at 9:32 PM
In recent years, tourism industry is booming, despite the fact, the progress of tourism has put up English becoming the dominant language around the world, while others believe this can lead to extinction of native languages. This essay will discuss both the advantages and disadvantages of having a universal language.
To begin, when people have one global language, it is easy to communicate with fellow employee who reside in US, as well as for tourist’s it won’t be any hinderance for them to explore new places. Additionally, for students who want to study abroad there is no need for them to prove their language efficacy which can save their time and money besides, they can focus much on their academics. Nevertheless, if there is any skill gap internationally, worker can be easily exchanged.
However, English being the salient language in few countries like USA, Canada, Australia and UK, on top of that accents are completely different from one another not only-but also few words have different meanings according to their cultural context. Apart from these native languages can cease to end since, most countries in Asia and European continent have their own vernacular. For instance, India is a land for 28 lingos spoken and most of their cultural roots come through language.
To conclude, although having a single language has its own benefits like better communication, unchallenging switch of employees and painless access between countries, it is certain that we must preserve homegrown languages as they come with heritage.