Language revival

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Language revival is people trying to make a language spoken often again when it is not spoken or is spoken very little. Language death happens when a language is not used by the people who used to speak it.

Language revival tries to save a language that is dead or endangered. The Hebrew language was once a language that was not spoken, but the language was revived, and people now speak and use it again.[1] Many people are now trying to revive their languages. The revival of languages is good, beautiful and useful.[2]

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