Ways of Greeting. 成都师范学院 曾杰. 01. Lead-in: How to greet in China?. 02. Chinglish greetings. Li Ming: Have you eaten yet? Peter: What?. 03. Typical greeting. 03. Typical greetings. Li Lei: How are you? Han Meimei: Fine, thank you, and you? - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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Ways of Greeting
Li Ming: Have you eaten yet?Peter: What?
Li Lei: How are you?Han Meimei: Fine, thank you, and you?Li Lei: Im fine, too!
Question:How do people greet each other in other different countries?
In Thailand, people greet each other by putting their hands together and bowing slightly.
How do they greet each other?
In the Middle East, Arabs greet each other by________________.touching noses
In the USA , people shake hands when meeting each other.
John: How are you doing, Jane?Jane: Im doing good!
When French meet, they kiss each other on one cheek and then the other. If you are a close friend or relative, then you get three kisses!
In Japan, people bow to each other when they meet.
Act out (game)Greet each other.
What about a Chinese and a Japanese meeting for the first time? When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
hugging each othergreeting each other by touching nosesbowing to each other
Country/ AreaWays of greetingSouth Americathe Middle EastJapan
kissing each other on one cheek and then the otherputting their hands together and bowing slightlyshaking hands with each other
Country/ AreaWays of greetingDutchThailandthe USA
People in different countries greet each other in different ways. Why?Because of cultural differences, such as different languages, different habits, different customs and so on.
Though we have different cultures and customs, we should learn to respect each other and live in peace and harmony.
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Look up more information about different ways of greeting in different parts of the world after school.American greeting http://yanghai6804.blog.163.com/blog/static/4022050201010229529625/