Cac tinh tu :
Easy-going, out-going, casual, quiet, enthusiastic
Hard-working, fomal, sophisticated, respectful, serious
Punctual, well-dressed, nationalistic
Emotional, hospitable, romantic
Friendly, revenved, sociable, tolerant, talkative, humorous
1. American executive sometimes signal
their feelings of ease and importance in
their offices by putting their feet on the
desk whislt on the telephone.
2. American prefer to be casual and more
3. In American, the main topic between
strangers is the search to find a
4. In American, you should eat your
hamburger with both hands as quickly as
possible. You shouldn’t try to have a
conversation until it is eaten
1. The Janpanese prefer not to work
while eating. Lunch is a time to relax and
get to know one another, and they rarely
drink at lunchtime.
2. In Japanese, people would be shocked.
Showing the soles of your feet is the
hight of bad manners.
3. When it is handed to a person in a
superior position, it must be given and
received with both hands and you must
time to read it carefully. You should not
expect the Japanese to shake hands, you
should bow the head, it is a mark of
1. The Germans like to talk business
2. In German, people think “Taking off
your jacket and rolling up your sleeves”
is a work very easy.
3. The German is very on time.
1. The French like to eat first and talk
afterwards. They have to be well fed and
watered before they discuss anything.
2. In French, you shouldn’t sit down in a
café until you have shaken with everyone
The Italian is often late in the meeting.
1. The British are happy to have a
business lunch and discuss business
matters with a drink during the meal.
2. Taking off your jacket and rolling up
your sleeves is a sign of getting down to
work in british.
3. The British are cool and reverved.