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Should everyone in the world speak the same language: Would choice of universal language be an easy one?

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  • no you cant

    Good luck getting everyone in the world to speak the same language. It is not practical to expect everyone to speak a universal language. There would be a lot of people resisting the change. Even if a language were to be chosen, there are different expressions and dialects within the same language. Look at the Spanish language. The Spanish spoken in Spain is not the same as the Spanish spoken in Mexico. The English spoken in England is different from the English spoken in the states. Even within America the accents within the language vary between different areas of the country. To get the entire world on board would be an impossible thing to do.

  • Good luck getting everyone in the world to speak the same language.

    It is not practical to expect everyone to speak a universal language. There would be a lot of people resisting the change. Even if a language were to be chosen, there are different expressions and dialects within the same language. Look at the Spanish language. The Spanish spoken in Spain is not the same as the Spanish spoken in Mexico. The English spoken in England is different from the English spoken in the states. Even within America the accents within the language vary between different areas of the country. To get the entire world on board would be an impossible thing to do.


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