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€? | Good Behavior VOCABULARY 1. Find twenty-three verbs in the puzzle. They go in two directions (>) and (.). Some letters can be used more than once. B O WK i SS "Neu BK NE — LW Ai cL AP CU D Dalam K ACS Mol Ll 6 3 eteaaet oO U H WH Ss S Ea NG Rol N P 7 OSI c H UN S | A WW A HU GK P 7 Regaine —E Gs H A K £ oe WZ AOS To R 5 ee 2. Complete the sentences below using verbs from the puzzle. You may have to change the form of some of the verbs. 1. [twas so funny I burst out He __ his head in agreement. hands when you are introduced to someone for the first time. 3. In the States you 4. For some reason the man at the table next to us had been atus rudely since we arrived. 5. The meat wa it for five minutes. 6. He away because there was nothing he could do. so tough we had to his shoulders and walked 7. In some countries it is unacceptable to your nose in public. 8. The Japanese to one another as a form of greeting, 9. It’s a good idea to before you exercise 10. She warmly when she recognized us. your muscles READING 1. Write down as many ways of greeting people as you can think of, 2. Read passage A on page 7 and find out how the Japanese usually greet one another. Why do foreigners find this greeting difficult? 3. Find four things you can do wrong when you bow to someone. pepe 4. What determines how you bow to someone? 5. Read passage B on page 7 and find out what sort of greetings it is about. 6. Which countries have greetings which the writer describes as: romantic? unromanti diffident? affectionate? simple and effective? Which countries have greetings based on: health? religion? 7. When would you ask these questions? Answer the questions. 1. How do you do? 2. How are you?