Without the cold hard cash, spare time, or skilled packing tricks to scour the globe, we’re visiting via the world wide web!
In search of the proper greet each country has to offer, we refuse to leave a cultural learning experience left unturned!
Strap in for a language-filled ride in our quest from Asia and Africa to Europe and the land down under.
The French are known for turning the other cheek … literally. Giving a proper greet, it’s customary to go right to left in a “hello” smooch.
It’s true, the Japanese are famous for their bow. However, it does differ in length, posture, and even angle, conforming to the social situation of course.
Step one: hold out your right arm, carefully placing the left hand on the opposite elbow. Next? Meet the other individual’s identical reach, connecting with your thumb initially before touching palms. Third: bring both arms back to “starting position. Finally, (you’re almost there): Simultaneously repeat the phrase “Lae kae?“ – translated as ”How are you?” in Tswana. Pretty simple proper greet, right?
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