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1 You have forgotten the

1 You have forgotten the name of the person you are talking to. Find out his/her name politely. 2 Which of the following cultures are generally comfortable with interruptions? a) Latin American b) Asian c) north American d) north European 6 You are in a restaurant In which country is it You are having dinner with an important client. 7 quite normal to begin 8 with a foreign colleague The bill arrives, and you presenting your product in his/her country. The realise you have left your straight away? food is unfamiliar to you, wallet/purse in the office a) Qatar and you do not know b) the US what to choose. c) Venezuela d) Kuwait Invite someone out to have the most informal meet someone you think dinner. meetings? you've met before. a) Italy b) Germany c) the UK d) the US 12 Which country is likely to 13 At a conference, you 14 18 You are in a restaurant 19 Give your e-mail address. with a guest. His/Her 20 food arrives before yours. You want him/her to start eating. In which country is chewing gum forbidden by law? a) Iran b) Iraq c) Indonesia d) Singapore 24 30 Give directions from 25 In which country is it Recommend a restaurant your office to the closest illegal to drink anything 26 to a client. station or airport. alcoholic and drive? a) Sweden b) France c) the UK d) the USA In which country is it 31 You arrive for an You spent a very pleasant common to go out to eat appointment. Introduce 32 evening with a client. after 10 p.m.? yourself to the person at Thank him/her. a) the UK the reception desk. b) Sweden c) Japan d) Spain 132 scanned for Paul Jennings

How to play THE SOCIAL·CULTURAL GAME 1 Decide how many players per board (six maximum). 2 Place counters on WHAT DO YOU SAY? The first player to throw a six begins. 3 Take turns to throw the die. When you land on a square, decide what you would say in that situation or answer the relevant question. 4 If the other players do not accept what you say, you must go back to the square you have just come from. 5 The winner is the player who reaches FINISH! first. 3 You are at a party. You want to get away from someone who will not stop talking. 4 You want to pay for the drinks which have just been ordered. 5 You should not point the sole of your foot towards your hosts. Which area does this refer to? a) Arab world b) West Indies c) Scandinavia d) Australia 9 You are at a cocktail party and the host/hostess has just handed you a glass of champagne. You do not drink alcohol. 10 In which country would it be a grave insult to touch someone on the head? a) Thailand b) Japan c) Pakistan d) Iraq 11 You have been invited to your colleague's house for dinner. He/She telephones you to ask if there is anything you don't eat. 15 In which country is it quite likely that you will 16 be asked to sing a song? a) Italy b) Austria c) Japan d) Germany You don't hear the name of the person you have just been introduced to. 17 A visitor wants advice on how to spend an evening in your town. 21 Talk about today's weather. 22 You are on the phone. Describe yourself to someone you are going to meet at the airport, so he/she can recognise you. 23 In which country is it not essential to arrive at business meetings on time? a) Germany b) South Korea c) Vietnam d) France 27 You are on a plane. Introduce yourself to the 28 person sitting next to you. In which country should you always use your right hand to hold a business card? a) China b) Japan c) India d) the UK 29 vou are having a small dinner party. Introduce two of your friends to each other. 33 In which country should You meet a business you greet everyone when 34 contact at the station. entering a lift? Offer to carry some of a) the UK his/her luggage. b) Japan c) China d) Saudi Arabia scanned for Paul Jennings 133

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