Idiomss And Language: The Importance Of Language And Culture
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Both language and culture are coexisting within the society and are beinghave been developed by people for since ages. Cultural awareness makes people able to understand and tolerate different ways of behaviour which they may encounter during their lifespan.
An idiom most often reflects the national affiliations of the people. It is a figurative interpretation of reality and an highly interactive item. They are significant examples of multicultural relations. The source of their origin is may be difficult to assess. Firmly assimilated in various languages have become part of these cultures. The main difficulty learners encounter is whether an idiom is appropriate in the given context or not .When a non-native speaker tries to translate an idiom from his own language into English it may become confusing for a British natives while on the other hand the way native speakers use English in the real world is largely idiomatic and it presumes that a fluent non-native speaker is aware of using idiomatic forms so often. Since idioms became such important part of narrative speech - the knowledge of collocation is an essential component of language use and is, therefore, an important part of communicative competence.
Idioms and culture (http://www.nebrija.com/revista-linguistica/lingua-cultural-approach-to-teaching-english-idioms-to-georgian-students) In general, idioms which derives from physical experiences, such as the ones that associate anger with high temperature, are very