Studying in another language changes the experience of study. Firstly, it involves meeting people with a dissimilar colour, different race, diverse cultural values, and specifically, a dissimilar language. There are different methods of learning, the common one being chatting and joking through which one can gain considerable experience. Culture constitutes an essential part of learning a foreign language despite the different views people may have in relation to culture (Cakir 154). Broadly, culture may be characterized as the way people live and interact verbally and nonverbally based on their upbringing. Understanding a language also involves understanding culture to a considerable extent. According to Cakir “…it can be stated that a language is a part of the sure and a culture is a part of a language” (79). In essence, the way a point is presented while studying in one culture may be different in another. Different cultural contexts present dissimilar beliefs and understanding. Apart from communication problems, there are bound to be learning and studying challenges. In the end, there may be a miscommunication that may make the whole studying experience confusing and meaningless.