How to say languages of the world in Japanese

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製品seihinyaサービスSAABISUwo世界市場sekaishijouni販売hanbaiしようとするshiyoutosuru企業kigyouにとってnitotteha複数fukusuu外国語gaikokugoによるniyoruコミュニケーションKOMYUNIKEESHONnoノウハウNOUHAUga必須hissuであるdearu
The command of communication skills in multiple languages is essential to any company providing goods and services on the world market.
世界sekaiにはnihaたくさんtakusanno言語gengogaあるaru
There are a body of languages in the world.
英語eigoha今日kyou世界sekainiあるaru2700以上ijouno言語gengono一つhitotsuniすぎませんsugimasen
English is just one of over 2,700 languages in the world today.
思考shikouto発話hatsuwatoga相互sougo依存izonするsuruことkotoからkaraわかるwakaruようyouni言語gengoha既成kiseino事実jijitsuwo捉えるtoraeruためtameno手段shudantoいうiuよりyorimo未知michiなるnaru真実shinjitsuwo見つけ出すmitsukedasuためtameno手段shudandeあるaruそのsono多様tayouseiha音声onseiya記号kigoudehaなくnaku世界sekaikanno多様tayouseinanoda
The interdependence of thought and speech makes it clear that languages are not so much a means of expressing truth that has already been established, but a means of discovering truth that was previously unknown. Their diversity is a diversity not of sounds and signs but of ways of looking at the world.
多くookunohitoha英語eigoga世界sekaiwo支配shihaiするsuru現代gendaino言語gengo情勢jouseiwo不公平fukouheisawo容易youini理解rikaiできるdekirutohaいえieたとえばtatoeba異なるkotonaru言語gengono知識chishikijinya指導shidoushakandeno英語eigowo通しtooshita比較的hikakuteki良好ryoukouかつkatsu直接的chokusetsutekina対話taiwaというtoiuようyouna全体zentaiteki見地kenchiからkarano有用yuuyouseimoまたmata自身jishinno英語eigo知識chishikiによるniyoru個人kojintekina利点ritenmoまたmata認めmitomeられるrarerunodeあるaruエスペラントESUPERANTOnoようyouna中立chuuritsu言語gengodeha多くookuwo知らshirazu情報jouhouwo探すsagasuことkotomoできdekiないnai
Many people easily understand the injustice of the current language situation in the world where English dominates. But they also see the collective advantages, as for example a relatively good and direct communication between intellectuals and leaders of different languages through the English language, and the personal advantages as their own knowledge of the English language. About a neutral language such as Esperanto, one does not know much and does not seek information.

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