Language does not develop in a vacuum. We are all members of a social group and members of `society?? as a whole. People interact in many ways and communication is just about the most common and among the most important. Whatever is meaningful to a group, from their everyday life to their traditions constitutes their very own culture and is generally respected by all group members. Language is only one of such items. For ethnic minority groups that may have a language of their own, their language is a cornerstone in their culture. Anthropology is the science that deals with `culture?? as a whole. Linguistics deals with aspects of language and Sociolinguistics studies the way that language is used in society.