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What reputation does he say Canadians have that we should uphold?
A reputation for being polite.
A reputation for having good food.
A reputation for being multicultural.
A reputation for having a good time.
This author likes to start his paragraphs with short words and phrases before a comma. What are some of the words/phrases he uses?
Things like "Thankfully, . . ." and "Luckily . . ."
Things like "She jumped, . . ." and "He asked . . ."
Things like "Suppose, . . ." and "Imagine, . . ."
What small effort does the author make in order to try and be polite in whichever country he is in?
He learns a few courteous words in that language.
He bows and smiles nice and big.
He avoids speaking unless it is absolutely necessary.
He likes to tip everyone really well, just in case!
Find a couple of questions that the author asks (select two).
Don't believe me?
Despise people who burp...?
Need to take a load off . . .?
Ready to go?
Every seen a leprechaun . . .?
What example does the author use to make the point that some of our tastes may be considered disgusting to others?
The example of cheese.
The example of tea.
The example of brussel sprouts.
The example of chocolate.
How did one of the subjects in this story avoid possibly getting sick?
Refused to drink a cup of tea.
Refused to eat with their left hand.
Refused to go out without wearing a mask.
Refused to do a polar-dip
What’s the main message of this essay?
Following etiquette can be tricky, but it can also be important.
Following etiquette can take time and money.
Following etiquette can leave you feeling wonderful.
Following etiquette is hardly ever worth it unless you plan on staying somewhere for a long time.
What’s the main topic of this essay.
Proper manners while travelling.
Ways your hands can get you in trouble.