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who often create and speak “new” words. Languages, after all, have been changing.
The Japanese language is important because it embodies the spirit of Japanese people. Often they call it Kotodama (meaning the spirit of words in Japanese). A variety of local accents are also essential in forming the language since some local words can make up for what the standard language lacks, making the language richer as a whole. He puts it: “the standard language cannot afford to get rid of local accents.”
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