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ID number:458407
Published: 04.12.2018.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

Dominant languages destroy the languages of small nations.For example if parents no longer pass on their language to their children the connection between grandparents and children is lost which leads to traditional values not being handed .It happened to my family. My parents met each other in Latvia about 35 years ago. My Dad is Lithuanian, and my mother is Latvian, but she spoke Russian because she lived in Latvia and there was a Communism regime.. For communication, my parents chose Russian, and my dad had to learn it. As a result, no one in our family except the father can speak Lithuanian. This led to the fact that I have never talked to my grandparents and all my father's relatives because they speak only in Lithuanian. …

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