There are many people who speak English all over the world. One might assume that English is the most widely spoken in the world. it is, however, not the case. Mandarin (a language spoken by many people Chain) has the most native speakers. What makes English unique is the number of speakers who are non - native English speakers. With growing number of English learners, the approach of teaching English as an international language has become more and more important in recent years. One of the main questions this creates is about how we should teach culture. Is it important for EIL learners to learn about native speakers' cultures? Whose cultures should we teach?