2 edition of Mortality of modern language students found in the catalog.
Mortality of modern language students
Frederic Daniel Cheydleur
Written in English
Reprinted from The Modern Language Journal, Vol. 17, No. 2, November, 1932.
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The history of the world's languages is largely a story of loss and decline. At around BC, linguists estimate that upwards of 20, languages may have been in existence.
Today the number stands at 6, and is declining rapidly. Byit is quite realistic to expect that half of these languages will be gone, their last speakers dead, their words perhaps recorded in a dusty archive.
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I like this modern language edition, which even includes stories I hadn't read before. The book I read as a child was a much, much older version and as much as I loved it, this one is a lot more enjoyable to read because it isn't written in old English. Some of the words in 5/5(5).
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