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Customs and behaviour patterns in Finland

Tallinna Pedagoogiline Seminar Noorsootöö osakond Intercultural communication: Customs and behaviour patterns in Finland Andra Pant, NT 12 Tallinn 2011 Punctuality is very important to the Finns. Never be late for meetings, as this is considered very impolite in Finland. Be on time! Do not raise your voice when you talk to Finns, especially not in public! Speaking in a loud voice is considered rude, as Finns themselves are quiet. Remember to look Finns in the eye. Looking down or to the side is a sign of dishonesty in Finland. If you want to visit a Finnish frien

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THE CAPITALIST NIGER

THE CAPITALIST NIGER Chika Onyeani ………………………Every African must internalise this book - period….DAA INTRODUCTION In October 1960, Nigeria received its independence from Britain. By then, Ghana the former Gold Coast had been independent for three years under the great Osagyefo Kwame Nkumah. It was a time for celebrating Africa’s coming of age, as more and more African countries received their independence either from Britain or France. It was especially a poignant time for Africa, as then British Prime Minister Harold McMillan articulated his now famous “winds of change” sweeping Africa. We had high hopes for Africa, for the Black race, that the insidious imposition of foreign rule on us, the looting of Africa’s natural resources by our colonial masters accorded us would be things of history. That is more than forty years ago. Unfortunately, the promise of independence has not been fulfilled. Today, Africa has become more desolate; there is more starvation

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Kreooli kultuur

Creole Culture Report Table of contents INTRODUCTION.........................................................................................................................................................2 FAMILY LIFE..............................................................................................................................................................3 HISTORICAL CREOLE GENDER ROLE...............................................................................................................4 CREOLE CUSTOMS.......................................................................................................................................................5 CREOLE CULTURE...................................................................................................................................................5 PEOPLE......................................................................

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English Grammar Book 1

Book 1 BASIC ENGLISH BASIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR GRAMMAR BASIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR Book 1 Book 1 Younger students at beginning to intermediate levels will greatly benefit from this step-by-step approach to English grammar basics. This is the ideal supplement to your language arts program whether your students are native English speakers or beginning English language learners. Skill-specific lessons make it easy to locate and prescribe instant reinforcement or intervention. · Illustrated lessons a

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Manners in Estonia

Manners in Estonia Kevin Pillau Hierarchy in Estonian Society Estonia is a hierarchical society. Age, experience and position earn respect. Older people are generally viewed as wiser and as a result revered and honoured. Elders are introduced first and in general are treated much like royalty. Those in senior positions bear the responsibility to make decisions in the interest of the group. Due to seniority titles are very important when addressing people. It is expected that you will use a person's title and their surname until invited to use their first name. Cultural Traditions Estonian culture as an identity is very strong. Oral traditions especially have played a key role in preserving traditions, stories and customs during Soviet administration. Singing is a very Estonian activity and the Estonians are known to have sung their way to freedom during the "Singing Revolution" of 1989-91. Manners Estonians on the whole are quiet and reserved. They tend to speak softly a

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Kanada ühiskond ja kultuur/Society and Culture of Canada

Chief historical sources ­ European priests, travellers and traders ­ not interested in the preservation of "pagan"myths. Different estimates about their number in Canada when Europeans reached North America ­ from 300,000 to 1 mln. Saw themselves as part of nature, not as its masters. The First Nations were called "Indians" by Christopher Columbus when he landed in North America, because he thought he had reached India. Many now prefer to call themselves First Nations, though many still call themselves Indians in everyday conversation. They are still legally categorized by the Canadian Government under the Indian Act as Status Indians. Those who have lost their legal status are called Non-Status Indians. Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau tried to get rid of the Indian Act, but First Nations political groups insisted on keeping it, because it defines their special status.

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Etiquette in America

1. TELEPHONE ETIQUETTE · When answering the phone at your desk say..."Hello, this is Mr. or Ms. Smith". Do not say phrases such as... "Smith here!" or simply "Hello". · Many people think it is rude when you use call waiting to talk to someone else in the middle of the conversation you are having with them. · When using a cell phone, try to find a quiet spot to answer a call. It is considered particularly rude to leave a cell phone turned on in public places like: classrooms, libraries, movie theaters, churches, etc. 2. CLOTHES AND DRESS · Also, pay attention to how much of your body you are exposing (have uncovered) and whether it is appropriate for the situation. (Ex. shorts, sandals, a very short or very tight skirt, or low cut or too tight shirt, are really not appropriate for meetings, interviews, etc.) Wearing this type of clothing can also communicate the same negative things. · Men: socks should match their

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Inglise keelt kõnelevate maade ühiskond ja kultuur

ESP (English for Specific Purposes) ­ used in business, airlines, hotels etc. 4. Settlement colonies ­ people migrated into them from Britain and started their own communities, they are the present English-speaking countries (USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand) Trading Empire (dependencies) ­ mainly ESL countries; British people were seen more as a small ruling class (India, Africa) 5. Australia, The USA, Canada, Sri Lanka, India & Pakistan, Irish Free State, Newfoundland, New Zealand, South Africa were the British colonies that became dominions. They were given "responsible government" and became part of the Commonwealth. The Head of State was the British monarch. Nowadays, the word "dominion" is not used. 6. The British Commonwealth of Nations freely unites Britain and its former colonies. Ireland 1

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