The component is considered as the basis of the grammatical and morphological relationships of a language that organizes the discourse and reaches the intended message. The constituent elements, the language of the message, are not moved by a specific linguistic system that it has. There must be a compatibility between these linguistic elements to then toss in the frame. It can perform its purpose without integrating the pillars of communication. Although language is the main means of communication between humans, understanding words alone is not sufficient to claim that people from different cultures are interpreted by the same interpretation! The matter is deeper than this simplification, because the meanings of its expressions not only differ between different cultures, but these meanings may also differ in different sub-cultures within the same society, whose children speak the same language! There are linguistic expressions and structures that have special meanings in subcultures that outsiders do not understand, and hinder them from comprehending the intended meaning. In addition, the more people’s experiences differ according to their social classes, the linguistic meaning of the expressions they use differs, despite the fact that they are composed of the same words.