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Google Will Help Preserve ​​3000 Endangered Languages ​​

Posted on the 26 June 2012 by Hpmurah2u @hpmurah2u

Endangered Languages So many languages ​​spoken in the world is sometimes difficult, it is this that makes the first few endangered languages ​​and is not used anymore. Now it is known that Google was working on a project to continue to include classic books on the web, hoping it would also help prevent the extinction of nearly 3,000 languages ​​for the next 100 years. In fact it was today officially announced the advent ofthe Endangered Languages ​​project funded and organized directly by Google along with the Alliance for Linguistic Diversity. site will certainly appeal to users who speak the language and are keen to preserve it. Its function is similar to Wikipedia but related to language, where each language will be removed equipped with a video clip containing some of the people who speak that language, along with some information about them. The purpose of this project is to connect users who speak a language belonging to already be extinct for 100 years, and of course to continue to preserve the existing culture.
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