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It is likely that test languages will continue to evolve with the assistance of language workbenches, tools that assist in the creation of domain specific languages. Tools such as Jetbrains’ MPS and Intentional Software’s offering are leading the industry in this area. Both provide ways of creating new languages to map business software more closely to the end user’s domain language.