Innocent gestures?

Hi guys!

Here I am today to remind you: are you going to travel abroad? So, it’s always a nice tip to study the place where you are going to in order to avoid cultural misunderstandings.

Watch it! And make comments whenever you need!


4 thoughts on “Innocent gestures?

  1. Clara Gomes says:

    That’s so a nice video!! It’s very interesting how a gesture can mean different things in other cultures. I also know that if your boss offers you an alcoholic beverage in Japan you can’t refuse doesn’t metter if you’re already drank hahaha
    byeee :*

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    • mirellenascimento says:

      Hi, dear! Thanks for your contribution!
      In fact, it can be interesting but also dangerous! People should at least read a little before they travel…
      About this in Japan I had never heard before! Oh my! What a situation! 🙂
      Bye, sweetie!


  2. Ewerton Paranhos says:

    Teacher, I think this video brings examples of cultural misunderstandings we can make when we travel abroad. it’s very important to know and respect other cultures mainly when we are visiting new countries. we are used to taking our culture as the only one in the world, however we can be impolite. we should take care of our attitudes.

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    • mirellenascimento says:

      Hi, sweetie! Firstly, thanks for your comment and congratulations!
      Actually, more than being impolite, the matter is when you can be even arrested because of a serious mistake you make because of a simple gesture.
      For me, every single person should study about the place they are visiting BEFORE they go. It shows respect and care for other cultures!


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