I would like to thank you for sharing your insights regarding culture in language. I want to highlight your point regarding a curriculum focused on culture. From my experience, culture is very diverse, and when it comes to means of communication it also varies. Many people are not aware that the way an individual speaks correlates with the culture they surround themselves with. Even though the same language is spoken not everyone may be aware of the different traditions that are being participated in. Thus, it is at this point where the interpreter becomes a cultural advocate. Now, something that got my attention that you mentioned was that the student needs to be able to recognize that cultural differences is not just something interesting but it becomes an ethical dilemma. It not only has to do with the language, but it also has to do with the history and even the land where the individual resides in.