Everyone speaks English – there’s no need to speak anything else
Ideally, we should all be able to speak English and at least one other language
English is important, but we should probably make more of an effort to learn other languages
That’s easy for me – I love all kinds of national cuisine
I’m a fish and chips, meat and two veg sort of person
It depends on the food
The Japanese name for a ‘god’
An ancient religion
A popular food
A local school, in order to immerse them in the local culture and language?
A nearby international school, where they could carry on their education in English?
A boarding school in England?
Norfolk is quite close to Holland?
Norfolk is out of the way and has developed its own ways of doing things?
Norwich and the region have a centuries-old tradition of welcoming strangers and learning new ways from them?
A native English-speaking manager with no track record
An Italian manager with limited English and a very good track record
A Dutch manager with good English and moderate success
Try to integrate yourself with local people by following their daily customs and speaking their language if you know it
Get a room in a nice hotel and enjoy the weather and the pool. Aren’t holidays meant to be relaxing?
Try and visit most of the tourist places. You love to discover new sights.
Get a guide book to China
Learn how to conduct yourself in a Chinese business environment
Find out if you get a company flat
A little apprehensive, but you would do as requested?
Uncomfortable, and ask to choose your own traditional wedding clothes?
Excited by the opportunity to fully embrace your friend’s cultural traditions?
Not bothered; is there a cash voucher?
Thrilled to bits! What an opportunity to brush up my language skills!
I hadn’t been planning to learn a language, but now that you mention it...
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