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Unit 1 created by Eduardo and Chistopher

  1. 1. Please call me BethUnit: 1By:EduardoandChristopher
  2. 2.  Hello  Good-bye Hey  Good night Hi  See you later How are you?  See you tomorrow How’s it going?  Have a good day Good morning
  3. 3. The salute is a way to communicate, to enter aperson in the circle of another, either in amomentary and sporadic, or a more permanentby establishing a closer bond with her(friendship, love, etc.. )The most common greeting around the world isthe handshake. Greet and shake hands isuniversally accepted, even if countries havetheir own customs and only use this greeting tostrangers.
  4. 4. In North America, the United States and Canada, the most common greeting is the handshake, social and professional level. At thehousehold level, you can use the kiss to say hello to your partner or spouse and their families. In South America, predominantly Latino and social character of greeting, and is widely used, in addition to the handshake, kisses between people, even among men, although more common amongwomen and men to women. Among men, may be more common forkisses, hugs and other forms of expression of greeting closer. Both in the social sphere, as in work or family, greetings are fairly close in most of these countries.
  5. 5. There are difirent greetings in Costa Rica like: The greeting between businessmen (and women too) is the handshake. A strong grip and short. If you already know before the handshake can be more durable. And you can even get to hug or kiss on the cheek in the case of women. Costa Ricans are generally very polite, always ready to lend a hand or a kiss on the cheek. If someone invites you to the house, bring the hostess a gift such as flowers, chocolates or something special in their own country. If offered food, try to eat but not hungry. Costa Ricans do not like to say no and try to avoid saying that simply saying "thank you".
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