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Episode 02

In this episode, Carolina returns. What happened with her and Jamie? What is new in Emily's life? Plus, Adam and Rob talk about the recipes you shared after last week's show.

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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.

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Intermediate: B1

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In Saudi Arabia , we say "Alsalam Alaikum" as Hello word. We often shake hands in a public life , sometimes we don't meet each others for along time so we hug and kiss .

In Italy and in particulary in Sicily, to say hello to our friends we say "Ciao" and after or in the sametime we shake hands and we kiss in both cheek.

In my country, i say hello to my friends by shaking hands

In Brazil we usually share hugs a lot. For men, we shake hand and give a soft hug. Foro women, we usually kiss on face one, two or three times, it depends what part of the country you are.

In Brazil we shake hands for men and give two or three kisses on women's faces.

I shake the hands and hug my friends when they are men. If they are woman I kiss their cheeks and hug their too. If was pass a lot of time without see us, the hug will be stronger and the kiss too!!!

In my country, Brasil, we shake hands, sometimes Kisses, The peoples in Sao Paulo are very colds.....For exemplo, me too....

Hello, in France we kiss or we shake hands

Hello. I am from Kazakhstan. In my country we hug

In my country people say hello with a kiss. I heard the foreigners wonder about that, because the Argentines greet and say goodbye with a kiss for each and every one of the people who are present, whether at work, in the classroom, in the pub, although there is not much trust between they... everyday! It's a bit exhausting for me, but they think it's impolite if you just say "Hola!" or "Chau!"

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