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An unchanging language is a dead language? true false
The answer is False: An unchanging language is a dead language. Dead language is a language which is no longer learned as a native language. [ Some well known examples of dead languages include Coptic, Ancient Greek, Latin, and Sanskirt, although there are numerous other dead languages from regions around the world, including huge numbers of Native American languages which died out with
European colonialism. ]
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