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Spanish Lecture 7

What is social etiquette? It is a code of behaviour that delineates expectations for social behaviour
Following the social etiquette of a culture will help you to avoid... awkward or offensive situations
Friends and relatives in Latin America normally greet each other with... A kiss or a hug.
What is personal space? The space existing between you and other people.
In Spain and Latin America, personal space is _____ than in many other countries. Closer.
Why is body language important when following social etiquette? Because you could send the wrong message.
Which of the following tips on body language is not applicable in Latin America? Avoiding direct eye contact.
What is considered a bad topic for conversation in Spanish speaking countires? Personal income.
When dining, the basic "outside-in"rule says: If you are wondering what utensil to use, ____. Start from the outside and work your way in.
What extra principles of dining etiquette do we need to apply when we go to dine outside? Good manners when ordering drinks from the waiters.