Knowledge about cultural frames and context of reference are known to be constituting a backdrop for the utilization of language, both in foreign language and in one’s native language. This refers to the fact that for gaining the ability of coping up with the contexts related to new language, learners should be reflecting on the same by themselves. Learning the utilization of language is not an issue related to skills of language solely, but related to the ability of communicating across divides of culture. This reflects an additional dimension for the performance of work with doubts related to culture and context in the education of foreign language. Since there is utilization of foreign language more often, in situations where there is a meeting of people from different cultural background and countries, learners should show preparedness for the challenges of culture in which there is an involvement of certain situations. Accessibility of information across the internet only stays a click away further providing a better scope of success for the learners. People can also be successful in learning English grammar by the personalized platform of connections. Social media helps in promoting the exchange of information between students and the teacher, by the invitation to participate. Creation of simple and quick collaborative platform holds the requirement that there must be easy distribution and organization of information.
Successful communication is highly dependent on the ability and willingness of interlocutors with the key focus on understanding each other, and therefore, it is obvious that both intercultural and cultural doubts have significant elements in any course of foreign language. In addition to this, as different languages can be seen providing different ways of understanding, interpreting and conceptualizing the entire world, the education of foreign language can be identified as a significant opportunity for exposing learners with the expressions related to otherness, and for challenging the possible ethnocentric attitudes and own perceptions of the learners.