I think it's good that Google apologized. First of all, "the ugliest language" is a very bad adjective. I think it is quite wrong to call it ugly for the language in which people express themselves, write poems, and sing songs. A language may be pleasing to our ears, we may love a language, we may be eager to learn a language. These are beautiful things. But we cannot call a language ugly just because it does not appeal to us.

He apologized as a result of the reactions that the Kannada language, which is spoken by about 40 million people in the south-west of India, was shown as the 'ugliest language' in searches. I took a look at the structure of the language, but in my opinion, it was not a very rude language. I don't understand why there was such a ranking.

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