With U.S. growing more everyday and newer generations are adapting there tends to be more languages or even slang that are created. Spanlish is just an example but when I speak to the older generations in my family I mix English and Vietnamese together. As time goes by, Vietnamese is spoken less as their English develops more and who knows when the cross-breed, Vietlish, be a common household language. This is most likely what the new generations would be using to talk with each other which can be good; an equal language barrier that everyone could understand.
Language can also change to whom it is address to. Either it be to friends, a professor, or an employer. Talking to friends is like a no-holds-bar fight. Almost anything goes and they almost always could care less about it. Talking to a professor or an employer there is no room for that kind of friendly luxury. For example even writing this essay I have to watch what I say and have lots of editing. With those audiences in mind the tone that can be sarcastic, funny, and humorous, can turn into a pile of boring, straight-to-the-point, dull e-mail
The English language will continue to adapt over time. So be prepared for the new slangs and words created by generations to... [continues]
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