This study will examine the patterns of communication used between merchants with shoppers, teachers and students, as well as in rural communities or village English Pare Kediri regency in East Java. Methodology used is a qualitative methodology with data collection through interviews, direct observation Pare village, and through the study of literature. The theories used are the theory of verbal and nonverbal communication, interpersonal communication, the theory of acculturation and assimilation of culture. The conclusion from this study is the communication patterns merchants with shoppers, teachers and students, as well as in rural communities Pare take place in the primary, which means face to face and in English. Basic English Course in operation since 1976 turned out to be a big impact in the lives of people in the village, such changes include the shift of the livelihoods of residents who are traditionally farmers have become the owner of an English language course, rent boarding houses, kiosks drinks and food, open rental bike, copy, etc.