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Language, verbal or non-verbal is an important tool of communication. Languages are created by humans and are a lot different from human communication systems. It is through language that traditions, belief, system, information and knowledge are transferred from one generation to another. There is multitude of languages across the world, despite of this. Effective communication , where the listeners interprets message in exact manner as the speaker intends to while speaking , requires accurate use of language. Languages cannot exist in isolation. Any language that is not a native language of any community is called dead language. A dead language may be studied for academic purposes but not communication (verbal or written) is preformed in that language apart from educational purpose. Ancient Sanskrit, Hebrew, and Latin are some of the examples of dead language.
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