The Role Of Culture In Language Learning

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The Role of Culture in Language Learning Everybody knows that language is very important in our life. It helps us to communicate with people. Especially we can see it when we learn a new foreign language. To learn foreign languages are meant that to know about their culture and nation. Culture plays an important role in Language Learning . Language learners also culture learners. There is relationship between culture and language. Culture is the characteristics of people, religion, habits, music, clothes, holidays, communications, greetings of different countries and etc. Every country has its own culture which is connected with their history. Population of this country follow them and proud with their culture. We couldn’t image any language without culture.…show more content…
For example we are learn Spanish perfectly but we don’t know their culture. it will be very difficult for us. Because when we go to Spain in order to study or another purposes we will come across with culture shock. The problem is misunderstanding their culture. Even though we know language perfectly we can’t communicate them. that’s why both of them should be learned together.
Lots of scientists searched about connection between language and culture and their role in society and influence for language learners. The word of culture was first used by the pioneer English Anthropologist Edward B. Tylor in his book, Primitive Culture, published in 1871. Tylor said that culture is "that complex which contains knowledge, belief, art, law, custom. Languages, governments, buildings, literature heroes tales and other things are the products of culture. Everything is connected with culture and appeared with the help of it. Cultures are what

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