Elementary Podcasts

En este episodio, Carolina regresa. ¿Qué le ha ocurrido a ella y a Jamie? ¿Qué hay de nuevo en la vida de Emily? Además, Adam y Rob hablan sobre las recetas que tú compartiste con ellos luego del episodio de la semana pasada.

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How do you say hello to your friends? Do you shake hands? Kiss? Hug? Bow? Perhaps you wai ​like people do in Thailand!

Write to us in the comments and we'll discuss your answers in the next show.



Hello! In Argentina we usually hug and kiss our friends, but with somebody else we say hello and shake hands

I am from Colombia. In my country we normally greeting with a shake hands and hug to men friends, and women friends with a kiss and hugg

Hello! I'm form Venezuela too. We usually kiss and hug our friends and family, especially woman and man, or woman and woman. Men don't kiss each other but share a strong hug or handshake. Even if we have short time knowing each other, no matter where you are, Venezuelan people say hello as if we have a special relationship for a long time!

The rice atollado is very easy.
The ingredients:
1 pount of rice, 1pount meat, 1pount of chicken and vegetables as kidney beans, vetches..
It puts to cook in an cooking pot the meat and the chicken, and in other one the vegetables, when the vegetables is it so in an average term of boiling done the pound of rice to cooking with salt And oil in proportion, and when drying off the rice and the meat and the chicken esten ready they sting to add it to the pot of the rice and the vegetables and half an hour later they will have a rich got bogged down rice

When I say hello to my friends, I usually kiss them in the cheek, this is the custom in my country. I am from Venezuela, like Carolina, and I am actually learning english. I love the podcast and the love history about Carolina

I just kiss and hug them.