Language skills, which in the terminology of teaching languages are called the main, basic and classic skills, are categorized as the four following skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. Other skills like Visual skill, (Inter)cultural competence, Critical Thought, Translation and
Bilingualism as the Fifth Skill have newly been discussed in the field of
teaching languages. Mentioning these skills based on their initial sources can explain that the four classic skills are not so sufficient for learning languages. The fifth skill although not a substitute for the classic skilJs, is a necessity in order to command a Language. In the present article, besides a
terminological analysis of this skill from different points of View, the cultural dimension of the Fifth Skill and the necessity and importance of it in the physical and virtual platform are discussed.