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There are roughly 6,500 languages spoken in the world today. That is an extraordinary number of ways to communicate. It is said that by learning another language, you learn to understand the culture of its speakers. Imagine
being able to understand 6,500 different ways of life of 7 billion global speakers. However, many of these languages are dying out. UNESCO, a subsection of the United Nations that specialises in global cultural preservation, provides a list of all of the languages considered “endangered” in the world. Of the 6,500 previously mentioned, 2,464 languages of them are in danger

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