Exploration & Analysis of Intercultural Communication Ability Cultivation in College English Teaching

Chunyan CHENG

Abstract


Currently English is the common language in the world. This is not only because that English is simple and easy to learn, but also because that the strong economies of UK and US has made English a worldwide language. So a person must understand the language and culture of a foreign country at the economic stage in order to avoid language conflicts, conclude agreements, and promote economic development of both parties. However, college English teaching in China gives excessive attention to grammar analysis by neglecting the improvement of students’ English cultural attainments, causing most students failure in intercultural exchanges. This affects China and other countries in establishing friendly relationship, which is bad to promote the economic development of China.


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College English teaching; Intercultural communications; Ability cultivation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4514

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