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11. Sınıf İngilizce Meb Yayınları Silver Lining Ders Kitabı Cevapları Sayfa 125

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11. Sınıf İngilizce Meb Yayınları Silver Lining Ders Kitabı Cevapları Sayfa 125

Complete the sentences using the highlighted words from the text.
1. To encourage the………………….of the new generation, we should teach the values of our society.
2. Social………………….are unwritten rules about how to behave in a particular culture.
3. You should follow the rules of………………….if you want to behave politely.
4. Everybody can face………………….when they start to live in a different community.
5. Kissing elders’ hands is a well-known Turkish………………….to show respect.
[4) a. £Q Read the text and complete the table with the cultural norms and values of each
Turkey Australia Japan The UK
sharing food ……………………………….. using brief sentences …………………….
b. Work in pairs. Compare the countries using the information in exercise 4a as in the examples.
• Both in Turkey and Japan you should take off your shoes before you enter a house.
• Usually Turkish people not only hug but also kiss on two cheeks when they greet each other.
• Japanese people neither make direct eye contact nor speak loudly.
Kim, Japan
I have been living in Turkey for a few years and learnt quite a lot about Turkish culture and traditions. We have many differences in our social etiquette. Japanese people communicate with brief sentences. İn Turkey, it is amusing to listen to the people telling everything in detail. We don’t like speaking loudly, but it is a normal way of communication here. We have differences in using body language as well. For example, making direct eye contact is offensive in my country. Hovvever, in Turkey it is necessary to make eye contact to teli what you mean. Also, we bow to greet someone as a sign of respect. It may be acceptable to shake hands, but Turkish people both hug and kiss on two cheeks when they meet their friends. On the other hand, we have a common tradition. People in both countries take off their shoes while entering a house. It is a must to say that these people aren’t only friendly but also eager to show this trait.
iteniz, Turkey
Before my trip to the UK, all I knew was Big Ben and their popular food, fish and chips. İn the beginning, I had hard times getting used to the customs of this country. For instance, in my country being punctual is important too, but you don’t have to cali the person to say you will be late just for five minutes. Here I have learnt that even if you are late for a few minutes, you have to cali and teli your reason. İn addition, I had believed that the English were a bit cold and less friendly until I met them. But soon, I * realised that they were as friendly and hospitable as the people in my country. That was a great life lesson for me.

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