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In recent decades, intercultural communicative competencehas received a wide acclamation and many language pedagogy writers and theoreticians have identified and demonstrated the supreme relationship between language and culture. It is an acknowledged fact that language is often a reflection of cultural orientations rather than an artificer. The widespread linguistic imperialism of the English language has influenced the researchers to examine a profitable and more reliable approach to teach the English language to non-native speakers,effectively. This paper analyses the boundless features of the intercultural approach and its pervasive influence in equipping the English language. It also explores the fundamental impact of culture on the target language and endorses cultural tolerance that dwindle hegemonic tendencies of linguistic imperialism.