The Role of Foreign Culture in Learning of Foreign Language
AbstractThe article discusses the importance of foreign culture in the process of foreign language learning. Moreover, culture being an important and integral part of human society deals with the communication of language by individuals in a variety of situations and circumstances. Most of the EFL learners tend to learn more than one language for a number of reasons including academic and professional purposes of life. However, they lack competence in intercultural communication because English is taught traditionally not for communication.Key words: culture, communicative competence, mindfulness, traditions, language classroom
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