The study of key issues related to the processes of interaction between language and culture is one of the fundamental problems of the theory of language, theory and practice of intercultural communication, linguistic culture, history and other scholarly disciplines associated with immersion in another language-culture space. The status of the native speaker implies the presence in the linguistic consciousness of the individual of a certain set of common features shared by other native speakers, which, incidentally, does not exclude the possibility of realizing the individual potential in speech activity. The spontaneous nature of oral speech lies in the fact that the speaker does not realize how they speak and perceive sounding speech, thus revealing their personal qualities. Language consciousness and a sense of language only indicate the direction of motion; The final goal, that is, the realization of the communicative intention, must be achieved by the speaker themselves. Far from always moving to the goal of communication has a one-way, progressive character. Communicative failures can be due to different causes, and the language turns out to be the "enemy" predominantly in oral speech. The use of ethnopsycholinguistic methods allows reducing and/or eliminating ethnocultural, sociopsycholinguistic distance in the linguistic space of the student's personality as quickly as possible.