Culture Notes -- Different Customs In Different Cultures

10 Questions  I  By Cora
This exercise helps one learn about different customs in different cultures. visit: Cora Chen's website

  
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1.  In the U.S., Canada and most European countries, you're expected to arrive ___________ for appointments or meetings.
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2.  In Spain, you're expected to arrive ________ for most appointments or meetings.
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3.  In Japan, China, Korea and Vietnam, never pass something to an older person or superior with only one hand; you're expected to use ____________ .
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4.  In the U.S. and Canada, don't __________ if you're invited to someone's home.
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5.  In the U.S. and Canada, you're supposed to _________ if you plan to visit someone at home.
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6.  In many Asian countries, it is _________ to visit your friends at home without invitation or prior appointment.
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7.  In most countries, when you meet someone for the first time, you aren't _________ to hug or kiss them.
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8.  In Peru, Columbia, Brazil, Bolivia and Mexico, it is common to _________ someone you have just met for the first time.
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9.  In the U.S., Canada and many European countries, it is ____________ to eat noisily or burp loudly in front of others.
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10.  In the U.S., people usually stand at least ___________ apart from one another when they talk or when they stand in line for something.
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