The level. Language, as we know it,

            The human language is rapidly changing by the day, and in a few hundred years, we probably won’t be able to understand the languages we make use of today even though they’ll probably retain the same labels. The human language is altered and made better every day, sometimes unconsciously, in hopes to create the most efficient and complete method of communication. Through time, we, humans, realize more and more flaws thus giving us the chance to better the language. In today’s day and time, it would be a struggle for us to comprehend old English texts like Beowulf and The Wanderer, just as it would be almost impossible for us to understand the language we, now, utilize in the far future. Language will adapt itself to the dynamic and growing world we live in. Statements will be revised and simplified, as most people nowadays try to veer away from long formal texts, and expressions will emerge to attempt to convey the same idea in a shorter and less energy-demanding method.                                                                                                                        One probable future stage of human language is the understanding of how language works within the brain. To understand how certain language-production areas work within the brain would propel the human language to the next level. Language, as we know it, seems to be intricately interwoven with what it means to be human as unique from other creatures/animals. Language is intertwined with human cognition, and discovering the secrets of how they work part and parcel to one another would unlock the path to advanced ways of communication, whether it be communicating with other humans through mere brain waves or it could even be communicating with entities outside of the physical world. The power of the mind is infinite yet remains an enigma to our kind. If we are able to fully understand language, we would be able to find answers which may explain our existence. Language co-evolves with meaning thus only when we discover language in its purest form will we be able to understand more about the universe and ourselves.             Another possible future step for the evolution of human language is integrating programming languages to our current written language. One of the main sources of our human language is physical adaptation. Not long from now, we will be living in a world where it will be essential to learn programming as technological advancements arise. It would make work as well as everyday activities a lot more efficient.             The emergence of language was an important milestone in the evolution of modern humans. The lack of apparent similarities between the languages used by humans and animals has led most to believe that human language is not a product of evolution but a side-effect of a large and complex brain evolved as time passed for an unknown purpose. Sharing knowledge has developed into what we call language. The evolution of language involves learning how to describe our perception of the universe better. Knowing this, one could say one big thing missing from the human language is our understanding of it.