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Saving vanishing words: Why Queens is the 'Noah's Ark of languages'
by Harry Bruins

The Christian Science Monitor    Translate This Article
5 July 2019

On 5 July 2019 The Christian Science Monitor reported: Saving the world's rarest words means travel -- hopping a subway to Queens. Jackson Heights is the perfect place to pursue such preservation efforts. Over the past decade, in fact, linguistics scholars have begun to focus more of their research on such urban immigrant communities, where in many cases there are more speakers of a rare language than in the region where it first evolved. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of culture, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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