Edward Sapir Quote

As a matter of fact, a national language which spreads beyond its own confines very quickly loses much of its original richness of content and is in no better case than a constructed language.


International communication: a symposium on the language problem (ed. 1931)

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As a matter of fact, a national language which spreads beyond its own confines very quickly loses much of its original richness of content and is in...

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As a matter of fact, a national language which spreads beyond its own confines very quickly loses much of its original richness of content and is in...

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As a matter of fact, a national language which spreads beyond its own confines very quickly loses much of its original richness of content and is in...

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As a matter of fact, a national language which spreads beyond its own confines very quickly loses much of its original richness of content and is in...