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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #95581: Etiquette
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    Match the answers with the sentences related to the culture of each country.

    English exercise "Etiquette" created by soumaia1 with The test builder
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    1. In Japan, , is customary when two people introduce themselves.

    2. In the U.S.A, it's polite firmly when you are introduced to a business colleague.

    3. In Korea, food on the subway is considered rude.

    4. In many places of worship in Asia, it's polite your hat and shoes.

    5. In India, it's customary with your friends as you walk together.

    6. In Spain, very close to someone when you are talking is acceptable.

    7. In Chile, people often say hello by each other on the cheek.

    8. In Australia, is acceptable at beach resorts, but not in public buildings.

    9. In Taiwan, having an argument in public is considered impolite. It's better .

    10. In Great Britain, it's considered rude . You should always wait your turn.

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