Language, and particularly our mother tongue, is an important part of our culture. Some people even think that our language can change how we see the world. Teach everyone to appreciate their own language by respecting others too with this ecard.
Today is celebrated to make everyone aware of how cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue provide quality education to all. It can also strengthen the relationship between everyone. So send this ecard to remind everyone to love their mother language even more.
Through International Mother Language Day, the United Nations has sought to encourage people to take pride in knowing and using their mother tongue, particularly during the process of academic instruction. You can help by spreading the awareness to your loved ones too.
International Mother Language Day celebrates linguistic and cultural diversity and promotes the protection of indigenous languages. Appreciate what we know and respect others' knowledge too. Raise the awareness by sending this ecard.
A language is much more than just a way of communicating. Language, and particularly our mother tongue, is an important part of our culture. Some people even think that our language can change how we see the world. Teach everyone to appreciate their own language by respecting others too with this ecard.
Celebrating International Mother Language Day is important because it ensures these languages are not forgotten, as well as keeping the cultural, heritage and history of countries intact. Celebrate together with your friends today!
A mother tongue is a language that a person has been exposed to from birth, and is integral to individual development and identity. When languages disappear or fall out of use, important traditions, memories and histories often go with them. Spread the awareness by sending them this ecard.
International Mother Language Day, on 21 February, is a day to celebrate and protect all the languages of the world. Help the cause by increasing the awareness among the people around you. Send this ecard to them.
Celebrated on 21 February, International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. On top of that, it is the day for us to love our mother language even more. Invite everyone to celebrate with you with this ecard.
Through globalisation, many languages are under threat of disappearing altogether, but they are a crucial aspect of preserving cultures around the world. Hence we need all the help we can in ensuring our own mother tongue stays alive. Raise the awareness by sending this ecard to everyone.