International Dining Etiquette 1. Asia Rules of using chopsticks Rest them on a plate or a (1)
Avoid to rest them (2)
a rice bowl Use rice bowl as a safety net 2. Africa Famous for pleasure, entertaining and generosity Rule: eating with (3)
3. Middle East Known for hospitality Rules Do not ask for (4)
Use only (5)
hand to eat 4. Latin America Long (6)
lasting for hours Rules Keep hands above the table Pass(7)
with right hand 5. Europe (8)
style: fork in left hand and knife in right hand Rules Do not rest (9)
on the table Keep both hands above the table Rest (10)
on the edge of the table
Questions 1-5 are based on the conversation below.
1. What does the man want the women to do with the noisy tenant?
Ask the tenant to turn off the music.
Ask the tenant to turn down the volume
Ask the tenant to sleep after 10 o’clock.
Ask the tenant to get out of this apartment.
2. Why is the woman hesitant about talking to the noisy tenant?
Because it’s not her job to take care of the noise.
Because the big tenant might pose a threat to her.
Because she can’t communicate with the tenant.
Because the tenant is unfriendly and unreasonable.
3. How does the woman respond to the man's second complaint?
She thinks nothing can be done about it.
She thinks the man should use perfume.
She will talk to the owners very soon.
She will use perfume to cover the smell.
4. What is the source of the man's third complaint?
The military is fighting in the artillery operations.
A coal company resumed its mining operations.
The military has restarted its training exercises.
The protests against the military have begun.
5. What do we learn about the rental agreement?
The man cannot move out from the apartment.
The man should rent the apartment for 6 months.
The man only gets $500 back if he breaks it.
The man gets back $125 if he moves out earlier.
Questions 6-10 are based on the conversation below.
6. What is the purpose of a dress code?
To show the type of a company.
To determine the amount of interaction with customers.
To improve the working efficiency.
To guide the employees to wear proper clothes.
7. Which of the following decides on the formality of the workplace dress code?
The number of employees.
The amount of interaction with clients.
The size of a company.
The example of a boss.
8. What are uniforms intended for?
For easy identification.
For physical protection.
For working convenience.
For corporate image.
9. Why is dress code less strict with the Chief Information Officer?
He doesn’t want to be easily identified.
He is in charge of a receptionist.
He is usually scheduled for a meeting.
He is in a high position.
10. Which of the following sayings seems untrue according to the passage?
Clothes makes the man.
Never judge by appearances.
Seeing is believing.
First things first.