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If you didn't already know, we now have devices by which people can speak (or 
at least a machine speak for them) to people in foreign countries without 
learning the language even a bit.  Presumably the number of people who use such 
devices will increase substantially.  In addition there are also numerous 
online translation sites. 

So my question is, will an international auxiliary language be anywhere near as 
necessary in future as it was when Baha'u'llah spoke about it?  If I can go to 
a foreign country and communicate fine without learning the language, how 
important is it for me to know a universal language?

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