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About American culture in Russia
Today I discovered some meet with American symbols: . It was the Johnny's Rocket cafe. It is a the first cafe in Russia and it opened not very far away. I deal ordered a chicken philly cheese steak and a delux shake with cherry. I was very surprised when with a tumbler to me took a shake tumbler and a long spoon(1). I drank a cocktail and ate ice cream at the in same time. I was had reading the menu when than all the waiters started to dance. It was interesting and funny. Also I should say tell that according to some/the photos that I saw on the Internet, in Russia the waiters(2) are more younger(3) than waiters in America, but they are all very happy, politic polite(4) and smiley. In a my/the next note, I will write about TGI Friday's which I visited on last week
(1) I'm sorry but I don't understand that sentence, I think there's something missing.
(2) In English if you speak of a general group, in this case "waiters", you don't use the article "the".
(3) You used the comparative double, if you say "young-er", you can't use "more". Adding the "er" at the end of "young", you're already comparing their age.
(4) I assumed you meant "polite", because politic means something else. Unless you wanted to use it in the old-fashioned way.
Keep the good job!
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