Yaziq wrote:I worry about the survival of such languages as Corsican, Luxembourgian, Burushaski, Gaelic, Wendish, Belarusian and a few others. If you want to prevent the world from becoming too homogenized, whatever efforts you decide to undertake will be well worth the effort.
Yaziq wrote:I would think that Burushaski is endangered because it's a linguistic isolate in a developing country where internal strife is fairly high. How can you be confident about its future?
Abugida wrote:Don't be so pessimistic!
Look at Cornish and Manx!
Dillon D wrote:Now by extinct, I'm not talking about something like Latin or Aramaic or Sanskrit. I'm talking about languages so extinct that only a handful of people even know about them, much less actually speak them. A perfect example of this is Sogdian, which is why I actually created this topic in the first place.
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