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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I think there are only two primary languages, i.e. natural language and mathematical one, which we use to communicate . If we go one step further, then I would say even mathematics is a subset of natural language where we use symbols and other signs to represent our concepts, ideas into mathematical form. It is correctly said natural sciences such as physics lend voice to deaf and mute equations of mathematics. When 2+2 is written, it's very much representation of a natural language into symbolic, terse form. But as one penetrate deeper into the mathematical world, things get bigger, complex and weird, and it really becomes difficult to write down or explain in terms of natural language but that doesn't mean it cannot be explained, it only becomes difficult.

I would further say that that sense of mathematical working is programmed into human brain. When one moves two steps and then proceeds three steps further, one knows one has moved five step in total. Even if one doesn't understand, speak any natural language such as English even then that mathematical sense is all there and working. Having no natural language to communicate oneself to others doesn't mean that one cannot communicate, speak to oneself. One can still know happiness and feel pain. So, it can be said even that natural language is already programmed there in human brain. Such programmed language(s) need some uniform channel to communicate with others. As mathematics need numbers and operators to communicate itself, and these can vary from one country to another, likewise a natural language needs grammar, words etc., to make sense and these things, grammar etc., can differ from one place to another.

I would further say that that sense of mathematical working is programmed into human brain. When one moves two steps and then proceeds three steps further, one knows one has moved five step in total. Even if one doesn't understand, speak any natural language such as English even then that mathematical sense is all there and working. Having no natural language to communicate oneself to others doesn't mean that one cannot communicate, speak to oneself. One can still know happiness and feel pain. So, it can be said even that natural language is already programmed there in human brain. Such programmed language(s) need some uniform channel to communicate with others. As mathematics need numbers and operators to communicate itself, and these can vary from one country to another, likewise a natural language needs grammar, words etc., to make sense and these things, grammar etc., can differ from one place to another.