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I don’t think that the languages people use in someone country must be united because I have two reasons.
First, most people in the country can have a mutual understanding of one or more official languages. For example, there are many different races in Canada. However, they can talk each other by French.
Second, all dialects are very important part of each area’s cultures and tradition. Also, their dialects develop various culture into diversity.
For these reasons, one country has not to standardize the languages the people use.

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I don’t think that the languages people use in someone country must be united because I have two reasons.
     First, most people in the country can have a mutual understanding of one or more official languages. For example, there are many different races in Canada. However, they can talk each other by French. 
     Second, all dialects are very important part of each area’s cultures and tradition. Also, their dialects develop various culture into diversity.
    For these reasons, one country has not to standardize the languages the people use.

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