What does seem clear, however, is that the language learner must first be made aware of himself as a cultural being. Paradoxically, most people, of whatever nation, see themselves and their compatriots not as a culture but as "standard," or "right," and the rest of the world as made up of cultures, which are conglomerates of strange behavior.
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