i dont think cebuano will die as a language naman..disadvantage lang naman kasi its more of a spoken language than a written one..but when it comes to native speakers (which is a big factor for a language to live and evolve) marami sila, esp. southern philippines
and i think what nicolai really meant was that the younger bisaya generation is learning it improperly, i mean, with not so correct usage of words, or construction of sentence..
it should be noted though that the cebuano spoken between the older and younger generation has a disparity..the old ones is more proper, uses deep words, and perfect (perfect as in every word is pure cebuano and not substituted by a tagalog counterpart)
the cebuano spoken by the young ones is kind of informal, "street", grammatically wrong, and sooooooooooo tagalized..