What came first: language or culture? On the one hand, language seems to be woven into the very fabric of every human culture; and to such an extent that it is hard to imagine what human culture would be like without language. Indeed, most myths about the origin of humanity – whether religious or otherwise – seem to suggest that humans had language from the very beginning. On the other hand, what use would humans have for language if they didn’t have something to talk about? Living in groups governed by highly intricate social interactions would seem to provide an endless amount of possible discussion material. Yet, many other primate species also live in complex social groups – but notably without the benefit of human-like language. Some sort of shared culture would seem to be a plausible additional component as a necessary pre-requisite for language.
In order to master English, you have to know a little bit about British culture. Otherwise, we can only use English in Vietnamese way. That’s the reason why we should learn more about British culture. If you have any information on British culture, please share with us. Thank you very much for your paying attention. Have a nice time!