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How Translation is Helping Languages from Going Extinct

There are over 7,000 thousand languages in the world today and more than 3,000 of those languages are in danger of becoming extinct. Most disappear when the last known native speaker dies. One example is Hazel Sampson, the last native speaker of the Klallam Native American tribe, who passed away this year at the age […]

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Potawatomi: Endangered Language

At the moment, approximately 3,500 languages are on the verge of extinction. “National Geographic” warned that most of these languages are from Central and South America. One of the main reasons that a language becomes extinct is that they lack written documentation, as they are only spoken languages, and they die off as the last […]

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