<strong>When languages meet</strong>, one usually dies. And revival is rare. That&rsquo;s a depressing thought for a linguist who finds English kind of boring

When languages meet, one usually dies. And revival is rare. That&amp;rsquo;s a depressing thought for a linguist who finds English kind of
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When languages meet, one usually dies. And revival is rare. That’s a depressing thought for a linguist who finds English kind of boring

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