The Change of language
Most of the time language changes slowly over time such as decades or century’s. Change in language is a very good thing; it helps us trade goods and services with other countries. If our language did not change there would be an even greater language barer then there already is. Here is a thought, how difficult would it be if you were to go to a different town where they spoke a different language then you and you tried to buy something. Would you understand how much the item is, probably not? In some cases you may be able to figure it out by the gestures. However it would still be a little challenging. Another reason we need our language to change is so we may communicate with other people whom have a different understanding and pronunciation of our language. For example no two people speak the same way. Have you ever heard of tomato, tomato? Both words spelt the same way but depending on what part of the country you are from you may say it differently, and someone who has never hear it pronounced that way may become confused about what you want or saying. This is why change in language is important because without it we could be lost in this world of different languages, pronunciations, and meanings to words we use in our everyday lives. Just think how difficult it would be to go out and do what you do on normal bases. Would you be able to go shopping, get your hair and nails done or even know what your teacher is teaching you about? I challenge you to think about what life would be like if our language never changed.
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