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Importance of Culture in Learning of Hard Languages

The relationship between culture and language is an exceptional complex. Language is not only an arrangement of letters or numbers, sentence development, yet in addition, one of the kind social standards, social frameworks, and psychological procedures.

Development in the language in any region or group is often related by their culture. If you are interested in even the hardest language to learn in deep, it is important to know their culture because it will give you a deep understanding of the language that is commonly spoken by natives of the same region or group.

Language learning consists of components like grammar, language proficiency, communicative competence and cultural competence i.e. the knowledge of their customs, convictions, and frameworks of the importance of another nation are the important aspects of learning any language. Many foreign language professionals have suggested adding cultural aspects in the foreign language curriculum.

Learning culture has a direct connection to language for example. It is very challenging to get deep insight of Egyptian culture without knowing their language alongside each other.

Culture helps to keep Engagement in learning a language
When studying languages, you need the motivation to progress with verbs, tenses, the use of adverbs, phrasal verbs, and so on. Add to that hundreds of new words, maybe even new letters, and you’ll find yourself ready to quit after the first three lessons! And there is a possibility that you might get frustrated at the beginning of your lectures.

When you process all this new information with the correspondence of culture, it can help you a lot a whole new level, giving you deep information and understanding.

For learning culture, you can go through textbooks, literature or you can use alternatives like watching movies in the language which you want to learn with subtitles, giving you a clear image of their accent, expressions which will help you learn their culture. Reading blogs or newspapers can also help, which are written respecting all the grammar rules. Having one on one experience, by meeting with the natives, learn how to speak, their accent and traditions.

Fewer Misunderstandings
For instance, if someone is learning English, and they don’t have any cultural knowledge about the language, phrases like "it's raining cats and dogs" or "fly by the seats of your pants" can create big misunderstanding without knowing any background of it.

Many words have different meanings in the US and the UK for example "biscuits", "pants". It's difficult for English speakers to adjust to these distinctions. Imagine how hard it would be for outsiders. Spanish also has many versions, when you are going to learn it, give attention to cultural context. 'Boludo', for instance, implies ineptness in Argentina and fearlessness in Mexico. While 'fresh' is the word for strawberry in Spain, however, it depicts a showoff in Mexico.

There are a lot of educational apps that can help you in learning differences in dialects. According to ComboApp education marketing agency, global e-learning market continues to grow and the education sector is experiencing a massive boom due to the internet and modern technologies.

Makes it Easier to learn
If you are learning a language, you have to find reasons behind it, for example, how native speakers act, what is the way of their living, eating, their manners and traditions. Every one of these subtleties will give you another point of view on the language and permit you to learn quicker.

There are ideas you can communicate in English, yet you couldn't state in some other language with a word-to-word interpretation. By understanding social contrasts while learning a language, you'll find better approaches to communicate these things.

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