> 200 years from now, we have real-time, multi-language, inch-size translators, so won't be the need for a global language, an impoverishment from the cultural diversity and richness we have now with many different languages with millions of books and documents written.
If these "real-time, multi-language, inch-size translators" are so good, the "millions of books" would be translated with no problem.
> If I can say, I've noted that a very tiny part of american people care about speaking a foreign language
People are lazy; true for any nationality/locality. Americans are lucky to be born in a country where the native language is (as of today, at least) the least common denominator in science and business.
> so they underestimate the difficult for a non-english speaking person to use another language for everyday's work
Don't envy ;-). The more people learn English today, the sooner your dream of "inch-size translators" will become reality...
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