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 +If everyone in this planet spoke the same language, people would be able to travel from country to country speaking the same language. In today's modern world, there are over 200 languages, and that's a lot of languages to learn if you travel around the world. Communication would be so much easier if only everyone just spoke the same language.
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Should everyone in the world speak the same language?

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Background and Context of Debate:

People have often been thinking about how diificult it is to have different countries speaking different languages. They say it would just be easier to have one universal language. But the classic comeback is that this is not practical or realistic.

Argument 1

Yes

It would make it much easier for the world to communicate.

If everyone in this planet spoke the same language, people would be able to travel from country to country speaking the same language. In today's modern world, there are over 200 languages, and that's a lot of languages to learn if you travel around the world. Communication would be so much easier if only everyone just spoke the same language.

No

Most languages have been spoken by generations of people for thousands of years. Getting rid of all except one would be really tough and cultures would be destroyed.

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