Culture with literacy: language and culture are inseparable says linguist bill leap.
In this article, i give a personal reflection of the place of culture in the foreign language classroom re-examining the notions of integrative and instrumental motivations to language learning, i suggest that language and culture are.
The post 1 said that language and culture are almost inseparable, it does not say that these are fully inseparable language plays a great role in culture i think language is the most important role-player in cultural system, since, language is the medium of expression. Blurring the line between language and culture fatiha guessabi argues that culture is a language in itself language always carries meanings and references beyond itself: the meanings of a particular language represent the culture of a particular social group. It is also an inseparable part of our culture why is language important to culture while there is still some debate whether the particular language influences people’s thought process or it is indeed people’s culture that influences the language, there is no doubt that language and culture are closely connected.
She analyses the relationship between language and culture from three different perspectives: sociological, psychological and linguistic in the first perspective, language and culture can be separable, since it is possible for a language to express or create, as kramsch (2009) would say, different realities or cultures.
The relation of culture and language is the way they share human values, realities and behaviours of a social group as a conclusion, according to kramsch, language expresses, embodies and symbolizes cultural reality.