Abstract: It is predictive that the biological function exercised by the voice box translates a noise into intelligible expressions.  Representation of experience by words was explored at length by Gorgias and Plato in ancient Greece. Rousseau went on to illustrate that language stemmed from emotions, whereas Kant considered that language emerged from careful and logical thought. The structuralism view of language was first introduced by Ferdinand de Saussure.  Predictive analytics methods give a rough judgement that of the available and in-use languages a large majority are likely to be dead by 2100. How does it happen? Is it due to cultural invasion, scientific adjustment or technological convenience? It is not very difficult to prevent a language from disintegrating or becoming endangered. Desire of a community to conserve its language has numerous options available. Take for example Modern Hebrew which was revived after generations modified and adaptable to the present requirements.