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Social sciences are increasingly oriented towards interdisciplinary studies. Intercultural communication, an interdisciplinary field of research, examines the way people communicate and understand each other across boundaries and various types of discurse systems, and the extent to which they affect the use of language (Richards & Schmidt, 1983:265). In the context of intercultural communication, the current paper explores the effect of linguistic structures on the communication, mainly thedoi:10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n11p548 fatcat:bpgembsyirgrbdu7pyw5jiiwta