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One frequently heard argument in favour of language preservation is that the loss of a language may lead to the loss of the culture associated with that language. Some, however, contest this claim. For instance, Irish culture continues despite the shift from Irish to English as the primary means of communication in Ireland. A language, like Latin, may likewise survive even though few people today communicate in it. Some people thus see little benefit in trying to preserve minority or declining languages and contend that languages should be allowed to evolve without intervention. Do you agree or disagree?