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What are two things that come to your mind when you see the name of the following countries?
1.BRAZIL
2.CANADA
3.CHINA
4.ENGLAND
5.FRANCE
6.GERMANY
7.INDIA
8.JAPAN
9.RUSSIA
10.THE UNITED STATES

Jun 26, 2020 4:43 PM
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1. Rice and black beans
2. Cold weather and kind people
3. Jobs for english teachers and a big wall
4. Liverpool and premier league champions
5. Bonjour and baguette
6. Jurgen and Klopp
7. Curry and cricket
8. Exciting food and sumo wrestling
9. Italki students and snow
10. Hamburgers and guns

No offence meant by any of my answers, just a bit of fun:)
June 26, 2020
1) Brazil- Copacabana and Ipanema
2) Canada- Toronto Cricket and Skating Club and Winter
3) China- Money and 2022 Olympics
4) England- The British Monarchy and Tea
5) France- Versailles and Sous le ciel de Paris
6) Germany- Punctuality and Cars
7) India- Bollywood and Hinduism
8) Japan- Shisheido and Anime
9) Russia- The Winter Palace and KGB
10) USA- Racial Diversity and Junk Foods
June 27, 2020
This is a fun game. I wrote down the first two words that came to my mind, and only positive ones. :)

1.BRAZIL
football, brigadeiro

2.CANADA
maple leaf, beautiful nature

3.CHINA
Chopsticks, Rice cooker

4.ENGLAND
Books, Horses

5.FRANCE
Nasal sounds, Berets

6.GERMANY
Equality, Engineering

7.INDIA
colourful clothing, Meditation

8.JAPAN
sushi, karaoke

9.RUSSIA
Fairy tales, Balalaika

10.THE UNITED STATES
Freedom, Opportunity
June 26, 2020
1.BRAZIL Pele - Rio
2.CANADA Maple syrup - happy summer 1971 working with two ageing Canadian Hippies
3.CHINA China Town - Electronics/copies
4.ENGLAND Politics- Politics
5.FRANCE Trade wars - long lunches
6.GERMANY Football matches - Jurgen Klinsman
7.INDIA Spicy food - Elephants
8.JAPAN Culture - Food
9.RUSSIA Cold - Mafia
10.THE UNITED STATES New York - California

But actually I think of Individual people I have meet or mostly worked with from all those countries
June 27, 2020
<ol><li>Brazil — rainforest, Carnival</li><li>Canada — maple leaf/syrup, the North</li><li>China — economy, food</li><li>England — literature, science/philosophy</li><li>France — Paris, art</li><li>Germany — economy, engineering</li><li>India — development, tradition</li><li>Japan — technology, anime</li><li>Russia — geopolitics, onion domes</li><li>the US — Puritanism, race</li></ol>

I’m an American, for what it’s worth.
June 27, 2020
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