A way of [communication], mostly made and used by humans. Still, animals (and plants, maybe) have languages of their own.
Language consists of [sound]s made within the [throat] and then formed into [word]s to show what one means or is thinking.
There were once easily ten-thousand or more human languages in the world, but humans, through [ignorance], [prejudice], [violence], and [neglect], managed to destroy so many languages... thus resulting in 6,000 or so languages today, the vast majority of which are [endangered] by the likes of [English], [Chinese], [Japanese], [Spanish], [French], [German], [Hindi], and several other major ones taking over, thus [threaten]ing the diversity of human [culture].
Also what your mother says to you if there is an especially [verbal]ly [obscene] [movie] playing on the [television].
Th'ann mòran gun dèanainn ri sabhail mo [Ghàidhlig] ghaolach à marbhadh. Tha 'n iomadachd ar saoghal is a dualchais, a-cheana fann beagan, an cunnart de dol às, tha i 'nochdadh. Tha fhios againn air na beathaichean 's lusan an cunnart a-cheana; dè mu na cànanan 's dualchais choimheacha, bhàrdaile?
(There's much that I would do to save my darling [Gaelic] from dying. The diversity of our world and her [culture]s, already a little frail, is in danger of extinction, it is appearing. We know about the endangered [animal]s and [plant]s already; What about the [exotic], [poetic] languages and cultures?)
"Don't watch this show, honey; it has language in it!"
And what is that supposed to mean? Of coarse there's language in it! Don't you mean "there's bad language in it" or something along those lines?