Critics opposing the adoption of an international official language argue that it would lead to a loss of cultural identity., Admittedly, children would grow up with this official language, creating a generational shift to bilingualism., However, it cannot be assumed that the use of an international official language would mean that local languages and customs will fade away., English, it seems, already functions as an unofficial international language, but does not replace local languages for the purpose of conversation.  English, it seems, already functions as an unofficial international language, but does not replace local languages for the purpose of conversation., As an international language, it is used in specific contexts related to trade and business, and native languages are used for everyday communication..

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