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Examen Diagnostico del Idioma Inglés

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Examen Diagnostico del Idioma Inglés
El examen consta de 94 preguntas divididas en 4partes.Gramática: completa oraciones y preguntas en base a las reglas del idioma.Funciones: completa frases y breves conversaciones en base al uso cotidiano del idioma.Vocabulario: completa ideas con la palabra adecuada.Lectura: contesta preguntas en base al pasaje leido.CUANDO NO SEPAS UNA RESPUESTA, PUEDES SELECCIONAR LA ÚLTIMA OPCION - "I don´t know."Ingresa tu nombre y la clave de acceso en sus respectivos cuadros.Presiona el boton de "START QUIZ" para iniciar el examen y contador de tiempo.Para registrar respuestas, presiona el boton de "SUBMIT MY ANSWER"

  
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1.  GRAMMAR SECTION (1 - 36)A: Is this Ann’s briefcase?B: Yes, it _________.
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4.  A: Does she watch TV?B: Yes. She ________ about two hours a day.
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6.  _____ a post office near here.
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7.  A: How do I get to the hotel?B: ______ right at the corner?
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8.  _______ Peter here last week?
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9.  A: Where did they go?B: I think they ______ to the mall.
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10.  A: Where are your friends?B: They ____ in the lake.
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11.  A: Is Sandra ______ her boyfriend?B: Yes, she is.
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12.  A: Do you _______ sushi?B: No, I don’t.
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13.  I’m looking for my keys ______ you _____ them?
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14.  I enjoy _____ to the movies.
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15.  There ______ a lot of water in the lake.
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16.  If you ______ a lot of fish, you ____ you health.
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17.  John is _____ person in his class.
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18.  We saw a movie ________ won seven awards.
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19.  I ________ my bicycle when I fell.
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20.  Peter ________ on the phone since I arrived.
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21.  A: Why didn’t you like the movie?B: It was too ________. I couldn’t remember the 
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22.  Many useful things ________ in the 19th century.
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23.  If I ________ a lot of money. I ________ a new car
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24.  No one really knows ________.
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25.  Jenny and her friends are going to the store, ________?
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26.  At the restaurant, the check came before we ________ dinner.
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27.  If John ________ for his exam last year, he ________ the test.
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28.  When I heard the joke, my first reaction was ________.
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29.  I don’t think ________ really understood what Pat was saying.
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30.  My family ________ live in California, but now they live in Maine.
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33.  By 2020, scientists ________ a cure for all diseases.
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34.  We can’t go to the picnic ________ it stops raining.
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35.  I’m glad ________ to the party last night. I had a lot of fun.
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36.  My mother made me ________ to bed early.
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37.  FUNCTIONS SECTION (37 - 59)A: How are you?B: ________. How are you?
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38.  A: My phone number is 555-0725.B: ________, please?
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39.  A: What ________ you ________.?B: We’re accountants.
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40.  Waiter, ________ I have some mustard, please?
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41.  A: We just got back from New York City.    B: Oh, ________?
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42.  A: ________.B: She’s tall, slim, and has dark hair.
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43.  A: How was your weekend?B: I went dancing. ________
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44.  A: ________.B: Great! I just started a new job.
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45.  A: Would you like to live in a big city?B: ________ I don’t mind the traffic.
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46.  A: Key West is beautiful?B: ________.A: Well, it has a lot of warm, sandy beaches.
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47.  A: Do you like swimming better than tennis?B: ________ swimming is easier, but tennis is more exciting.
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48.  A: Why are you wearing earrings?B: ________.
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49.  A: I think baseball is boring.B: ________ A lot of people love it.A: Yeah, but I prefer basketball.
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50.  A: I think we need more dictionaries in the library.B: ________ I agree completely.
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51.  A: I’d never try skydiving.B: ________.
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52.  A: I really want to see the new Steven Spielberg movie.B: Me, too. ________.
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53.  A: I just saw Time and Again.B: ________.A: Yes, it was great!
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54.  A: Do you know who Tania Rodriguez is?B: ________.A: Tania Rodriguez.
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55.  A: This salad looks wonderful, doesn’t it?B: ________.
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56.  A: ________ that little pink thing?B: It’s an eraser.A: Oh, thanks.
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57.  A: I think shopping on the Internet is fun.B: ________ it can save you time and money.
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58.  A: Look at those beautiful flowers!B: ________. I have to stop at the flower store on the way home.
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59.  A: I heard that Mr. Charlesworth makes over a million dollars a year.B: ________.A: Well, he has two homes, and he drives a very expensive car.
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60.  VOCABULARY SECTION (60 - 79)My uncle works in an office. He’s ________.
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80.  READING SECTION (80 - )READING 1 (Q1 - 5)Dear Sarah: Mom called last night. She told me you’re going to New York city next month. You know, I was there last year and it was great – especially the food. Here are two or three places you must try. First, you should visit Chinatown. On Mulberry Street, there are about twenty-five wonderful Chinese restaurants. Some of them are a little expensive, but most of them are really cheap. Just north of Chinatown is Little Italy. There are a lot of great Italian restaurants there. You can have pizza, or for a little more money, you can have a full, five-course Italian dinner Be sure to try some Italian ice cream. Spumoni is my favorite dessert! After dinner, you can go to a classical music concert in Central Park. The orchestras there are fantastic! There are also jazz clubs, Latin music clubs, and some great rock and roll clubs. If you get tired of the food and the music, there are baseball games at Yankee Stadium and a lot of places to go shopping. I hope you have fun in New York City. Send me a postcard! Love. Tim
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81.  READING 1 (Q2 - 5)Dear Sarah: Mom called last night. She told me you’re going to New York city next month. You know, I was there last year and it was great – especially the food. Here are two or three places you must try. First, you should visit Chinatown. On Mulberry Street, there are about twenty-five wonderful Chinese restaurants. Some of them are a little expensive, but most of them are really cheap. Just north of Chinatown is Little Italy. There are a lot of great Italian restaurants there. You can have pizza, or for a little more money, you can have a full, five-course Italian dinner Be sure to try some Italian ice cream. Spumoni is my favorite dessert! After dinner, you can go to a classical music concert in Central Park. The orchestras there are fantastic! There are also jazz clubs, Latin music clubs, and some great rock and roll clubs. If you get tired of the food and the music, there are baseball games at Yankee Stadium and a lot of places to go shopping. I hope you have fun in New York City. Send me a postcard! Love. Tim
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82.  READING 1 (Q3 - 5)Dear Sarah: Mom called last night. She told me you’re going to New York city next month. You know, I was there last year and it was great – especially the food. Here are two or three places you must try. First, you should visit Chinatown. On Mulberry Street, there are about twenty-five wonderful Chinese restaurants. Some of them are a little expensive, but most of them are really cheap. Just north of Chinatown is Little Italy. There are a lot of great Italian restaurants there. You can have pizza, or for a little more money, you can have a full, five-course Italian dinner Be sure to try some Italian ice cream. Spumoni is my favorite dessert! After dinner, you can go to a classical music concert in Central Park. The orchestras there are fantastic! There are also jazz clubs, Latin music clubs, and some great rock and roll clubs. If you get tired of the food and the music, there are baseball games at Yankee Stadium and a lot of places to go shopping. I hope you have fun in New York City. Send me a postcard! Love.
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83.  READING 1 (Q4 - 5)Dear Sarah: Mom called last night. She told me you’re going to New York city next month. You know, I was there last year and it was great – especially the food. Here are two or three places you must try. First, you should visit Chinatown. On Mulberry Street, there are about twenty-five wonderful Chinese restaurants. Some of them are a little expensive, but most of them are really cheap. Just north of Chinatown is Little Italy. There are a lot of great Italian restaurants there. You can have pizza, or for a little more money, you can have a full, five-course Italian dinner Be sure to try some Italian ice cream. Spumoni is my favorite dessert! After dinner, you can go to a classical music concert in Central Park. The orchestras there are fantastic! There are also jazz clubs, Latin music clubs, and some great rock and roll clubs. If you get tired of the food and the music, there are baseball games at Yankee Stadium and a lot of places to go shopping. I hope you have fun in New York City. Send me a postcard! Love.
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84.  READING 1 (Q5 - 5)Dear Sarah: Mom called last night. She told me you’re going to New York city next month. You know, I was there last year and it was great – especially the food. Here are two or three places you must try. First, you should visit Chinatown. On Mulberry Street, there are about twenty-five wonderful Chinese restaurants. Some of them are a little expensive, but most of them are really cheap. Just north of Chinatown is Little Italy. There are a lot of great Italian restaurants there. You can have pizza, or for a little more money, you can have a full, five-course Italian dinner Be sure to try some Italian ice cream. Spumoni is my favorite dessert! After dinner, you can go to a classical music concert in Central Park. The orchestras there are fantastic! There are also jazz clubs, Latin music clubs, and some great rock and roll clubs. If you get tired of the food and the music, there are baseball games at Yankee Stadium and a lot of places to go shopping. I hope you have fun in New York City. Send me a postcard! Love.
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85.  READING 2 (Q1 - 5)A workaholic is someone who works too much. Instead of taking time to relax or have fun a workaholic works and works. My uncle Mario is an example of a workaholic. He starts working early in the morning and he doesn’t stop until late at night. In twenty years, he has taken only a few days of vacation. Uncle Mario says he likes to work, but I don’t think it’s god to be a workaholic. What’s so bad about being a workaholic? First, if you are a married workaholic, you probably aren’t going to have a god relationship with your spouse. How could you? You are never around to do things together or to help out at home. Your spouse certainly isn’t going to be very happy living with you, unless of course he or she is a workaholic, too. Second, if you are a workaholic who has children, the consequences are even worse. If you work all the time instead of doing things with your children, they might end up doing poorly in school. They might have emotional problems, too. They won’t get the love and attention they need, or they might feel guilty because you have to work to support them. Finally, being a workaholic isn’t very good for your health. Most workaholics don’t have time to eat properly, get enough exercise, or relax and just have fun. They don’t have any way to get rid of stress. And if you always feel stress, you’ll probably get sick more often. You might even live a shorter life.
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86.  READING 2 (Q2 - 5)A workaholic is someone who works too much. Instead of taking time to relax or have fun a workaholic works and works. My uncle Mario is an example of a workaholic. He starts working early in the morning and he doesn’t stop until late at night. In twenty years, he has taken only a few days of vacation. Uncle Mario says he likes to work, but I don’t think it’s god to be a workaholic. What’s so bad about being a workaholic? First, if you are a married workaholic, you probably aren’t going to have a god relationship with your spouse. How could you? You are never around to do things together or to help out at home. Your spouse certainly isn’t going to be very happy living with you, unless of course he or she is a workaholic, too. Second, if you are a workaholic who has children, the consequences are even worse. If you work all the time instead of doing things with your children, they might end up doing poorly in school. They might have emotional problems, too. They won’t get the love and attention they need, or they might feel guilty because you have to work to support them. Finally, being a workaholic isn’t very good for your health. Most workaholics don’t have time to eat properly, get enough exercise, or relax and just have fun. They don’t have any way to get rid of stress. And if you always feel stress, you’ll probably get sick more often. You might even live a shorter life.
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87.  READING 2 (Q3 - 5)A workaholic is someone who works too much. Instead of taking time to relax or have fun a workaholic works and works. My uncle Mario is an example of a workaholic. He starts working early in the morning and he doesn’t stop until late at night. In twenty years, he has taken only a few days of vacation. Uncle Mario says he likes to work, but I don’t think it’s god to be a workaholic. What’s so bad about being a workaholic? First, if you are a married workaholic, you probably aren’t going to have a god relationship with your spouse. How could you? You are never around to do things together or to help out at home. Your spouse certainly isn’t going to be very happy living with you, unless of course he or she is a workaholic, too. Second, if you are a workaholic who has children, the consequences are even worse. If you work all the time instead of doing things with your children, they might end up doing poorly in school. They might have emotional problems, too. They won’t get the love and attention they need, or they might feel guilty because you have to work to support them. Finally, being a workaholic isn’t very good for your health. Most workaholics don’t have time to eat properly, get enough exercise, or relax and just have fun. They don’t have any way to get rid of stress. And if you always feel stress, you’ll probably get sick more often. You might even live a shorter life.
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88.  READING 2 (Q4 - 5)A workaholic is someone who works too much. Instead of taking time to relax or have fun a workaholic works and works. My uncle Mario is an example of a workaholic. He starts working early in the morning and he doesn’t stop until late at night. In twenty years, he has taken only a few days of vacation. Uncle Mario says he likes to work, but I don’t think it’s god to be a workaholic. What’s so bad about being a workaholic? First, if you are a married workaholic, you probably aren’t going to have a god relationship with your spouse. How could you? You are never around to do things together or to help out at home. Your spouse certainly isn’t going to be very happy living with you, unless of course he or she is a workaholic, too. Second, if you are a workaholic who has children, the consequences are even worse. If you work all the time instead of doing things with your children, they might end up doing poorly in school. They might have emotional problems, too. They won’t get the love and attention they need, or they might feel guilty because you have to work to support them. Finally, being a workaholic isn’t very good for your health. Most workaholics don’t have time to eat properly, get enough exercise, or relax and just have fun. They don’t have any way to get rid of stress. And if you always feel stress, you’ll probably get sick more often. You might even live a shorter life.
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89.  READING 2 (Q5 - 5)A workaholic is someone who works too much. Instead of taking time to relax or have fun a workaholic works and works. My uncle Mario is an example of a workaholic. He starts working early in the morning and he doesn’t stop until late at night. In twenty years, he has taken only a few days of vacation. Uncle Mario says he likes to work, but I don’t think it’s god to be a workaholic. What’s so bad about being a workaholic? First, if you are a married workaholic, you probably aren’t going to have a god relationship with your spouse. How could you? You are never around to do things together or to help out at home. Your spouse certainly isn’t going to be very happy living with you, unless of course he or she is a workaholic, too. Second, if you are a workaholic who has children, the consequences are even worse. If you work all the time instead of doing things with your children, they might end up doing poorly in school. They might have emotional problems, too. They won’t get the love and attention they need, or they might feel guilty because you have to work to support them. Finally, being a workaholic isn’t very good for your health. Most workaholics don’t have time to eat properly, get enough exercise, or relax and just have fun. They don’t have any way to get rid of stress. And if you always feel stress, you’ll probably get sick more often. You might even live a shorter life.
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90.  READING 3 (Q1 - 5)Nonverbal Communication Guide for Visitors to the U.S. Physical ContactCompared to other people in the world, Americans don’t touch one another very much in everyday life. Researchers classify groups of people like this as “low touchers.” However, how much a person touches others depends on the individual. You may meet Americans who will never touch you, even though they like you a lot. You may meet others who touch you often, especially on the shoulders and arms, but such touches don’t always mean they feel close to you. For acquaintances and superiors, such as a professor or boss, a simple handshake is most common. Good friends may exchange hugs, kisses, or even friendly punches. Gestures and movementsA smile is a universal sign of greeting, and most Americans smile a lot. They are also used to giving and receiving direct eye contact and feel uncomfortable if you don’t look at their eyes when having a conversation. Most Americans show they are interested in what you are saying by nodding and smiling as they listen. Some may lean forward and touch your hands or arms. These gestures and movements carry very important messages. DistanceMany Americans feel uncomfortable standing or sitting very close to others, especially when having a conversation. Even when they are talking with close friends and family members, most Americans stay about one meter away from one another. If you come closer, Americans may feel threatened and begin to back away. This may give you the mistaken impression that Americans don’t like you. But actually, they are just following one of the conventions of their culture.
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91.  READING 3 (Q2 - 5)Nonverbal Communication Guide for Visitors to the U.S. Physical ContactCompared to other people in the world, Americans don’t touch one another very much in everyday life. Researchers classify groups of people like this as “low touchers.” However, how much a person touches others depends on the individual. You may meet Americans who will never touch you, even though they like you a lot. You may meet others who touch you often, especially on the shoulders and arms, but such touches don’t always mean they feel close to you. For acquaintances and superiors, such as a professor or boss, a simple handshake is most common. Good friends may exchange hugs, kisses, or even friendly punches. Gestures and movementsA smile is a universal sign of greeting, and most Americans smile a lot. They are also used to giving and receiving direct eye contact and feel uncomfortable if you don’t look at their eyes when having a conversation. Most Americans show they are interested in what you are saying by nodding and smiling as they listen. Some may lean forward and touch your hands or arms. These gestures and movements carry very important messages. DistanceMany Americans feel uncomfortable standing or sitting very close to others, especially when having a conversation. Even when they are talking with close friends and family members, most Americans stay about one meter away from one another. If you come closer, Americans may feel threatened and begin to back away. This may give you the mistaken impression that Americans don’t like you. But actually, they are just following one of the conventions of their culture.
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92.  READING 3 (Q3 - 5)Nonverbal Communication Guide for Visitors to the U.S. Physical ContactCompared to other people in the world, Americans don’t touch one another very much in everyday life. Researchers classify groups of people like this as “low touchers.” However, how much a person touches others depends on the individual. You may meet Americans who will never touch you, even though they like you a lot. You may meet others who touch you often, especially on the shoulders and arms, but such touches don’t always mean they feel close to you. For acquaintances and superiors, such as a professor or boss, a simple handshake is most common. Good friends may exchange hugs, kisses, or even friendly punches. Gestures and movementsA smile is a universal sign of greeting, and most Americans smile a lot. They are also used to giving and receiving direct eye contact and feel uncomfortable if you don’t look at their eyes when having a conversation. Most Americans show they are interested in what you are saying by nodding and smiling as they listen. Some may lean forward and touch your hands or arms. These gestures and movements carry very important messages. DistanceMany Americans feel uncomfortable standing or sitting very close to others, especially when having a conversation. Even when they are talking with close friends and family members, most Americans stay about one meter away from one another. If you come closer, Americans may feel threatened and begin to back away. This may give you the mistaken impression that Americans don’t like you. But actually, they are just following one of the conventions of their culture.
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93.  READING 3 (Q4 - 5)Nonverbal Communication Guide for Visitors to the U.S. Physical ContactCompared to other people in the world, Americans don’t touch one another very much in everyday life. Researchers classify groups of people like this as “low touchers.” However, how much a person touches others depends on the individual. You may meet Americans who will never touch you, even though they like you a lot. You may meet others who touch you often, especially on the shoulders and arms, but such touches don’t always mean they feel close to you. For acquaintances and superiors, such as a professor or boss, a simple handshake is most common. Good friends may exchange hugs, kisses, or even friendly punches. Gestures and movementsA smile is a universal sign of greeting, and most Americans smile a lot. They are also used to giving and receiving direct eye contact and feel uncomfortable if you don’t look at their eyes when having a conversation. Most Americans show they are interested in what you are saying by nodding and smiling as they listen. Some may lean forward and touch your hands or arms. These gestures and movements carry very important messages. DistanceMany Americans feel uncomfortable standing or sitting very close to others, especially when having a conversation. Even when they are talking with close friends and family members, most Americans stay about one meter away from one another. If you come closer, Americans may feel threatened and begin to back away. This may give you the mistaken impression that Americans don’t like you. But actually, they are just following one of the conventions of their culture.
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94.  READING 3 (Q5 - 5)Nonverbal Communication Guide for Visitors to the U.S. Physical ContactCompared to other people in the world, Americans don’t touch one another very much in everyday life. Researchers classify groups of people like this as “low touchers.” However, how much a person touches others depends on the individual. You may meet Americans who will never touch you, even though they like you a lot. You may meet others who touch you often, especially on the shoulders and arms, but such touches don’t always mean they feel close to you. For acquaintances and superiors, such as a professor or boss, a simple handshake is most common. Good friends may exchange hugs, kisses, or even friendly punches. Gestures and movementsA smile is a universal sign of greeting, and most Americans smile a lot. They are also used to giving and receiving direct eye contact and feel uncomfortable if you don’t look at their eyes when having a conversation. Most Americans show they are interested in what you are saying by nodding and smiling as they listen. Some may lean forward and touch your hands or arms. These gestures and movements carry very important messages. DistanceMany Americans feel uncomfortable standing or sitting very close to others, especially when having a conversation. Even when they are talking with close friends and family members, most Americans stay about one meter away from one another. If you come closer, Americans may feel threatened and begin to back away. This may give you the mistaken impression that Americans don’t like you. But actually, they are just following one of the conventions of their culture.
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