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Etiquette in Spain Riley and Keldon
Where do you rest your hands while eating a comida? A) Floating above the table B) On the edge of the table C) One hand on each side of plate
Wrong Answer Try Again ! ! ! ! A) Floating above the table
Wrong Answer!!!!! Try Again C) One hand on each side of plate
Correct Next Question B) On the edge of the table In Spain it is impolite to put your hands in anywhere but on the edge of the table except when eating.
When are you allowed to get up from your silla? A)After 30 minutes of eating B)When your done eating C)When host gets up from meal
Wrong!!! After 30 minutes of eating Try again
Wrong!!! When your done eating Try again
Correct!!! When host gets up from meal Next Question The host is the leader of the meal and is in charge of all guests he invites. The host chooses when to start stop or get up from your chair.
Where should you rest your manos when you are not using them? Under the table On the table Always visible
Wrong!! On the table Try Again
Wrong!! Under the table Try Again
Correct Always visible Next The host is always suppose to see your hands whether you are using them are not. This is because this is rude.
Which one of these is rude in Spain? Tying your shoes Licking your fork Dipping you bread in soup
Wrong!!! Tying your shoes Try again
Wrong!!! Licking your fork Try again
Correct Dipping you bread in soup next Dipping bread in soup is one of the most rude things can do at dinner in Spain. This is offensive to the host.
What words does the host say before starting a comida? Española libro Begin Buen apetito
Wrong!!! Española libro TryTry again
Wrong!!! Begin Try againagain
Correct Buen apetito Next Buen apetito means good appetite. The host says it to begin the meal but also so you enjoy your meal.
How do you hold your tenedor and cuchillo in Spain? Both on table when not using them Knife in right hand and fork in left Only knife when cutting
Wrong!!! Both on table when not using them Try Again
Correct!!! Knife in right hand and fork in left next Holding the knife in the right hand and fork in left hand is proper for a dinner in Spain. Otherwise you may offend the host.
Wrong!!! Only knife when cutting Try Again
How do you pass platos in Spain? With a holy prayer to Lord Jesus Always to the left Always to the right
Wrong!! With a holy prayer to Lord Jesus Try again
Correct!!! Always to the left next In Spain passing plates to the right is offensive to the host and all other members of the holy prayer to lord Jesus before dinner. There is always a prayer before dinner.
Wrong!!! Always to the right Try again
How do you break ensalada into smaller pieces? Punch your salad with fists Use a knife Fold salad in a bundle
Wrong!!! Punch your salad with fists Try again
Wrong!!! Use a knife Try again
Correct!!! Fold salad in a bundle Correct It is considered gross to break salad any other way. Its is proper to use a fork and knife to fold the salad (like a towel).
Who pays the bill for cena in Spain? Person who invites others Host chooses The guy from the table next to you
Correct!!! Person who invites others Next The person who invites other people to dinner is normally the host of the meal. The host almost all the time pays for the meal because he is in charge.
Wrong!! Host chooses Try again
Wrong!!! The guy from the table next to you Try again
How do you choose your seat at cena? Sit anywhere you want Host chooses Next to your best friend
Wrong!! Next to your best friend Try again
Correct!! Host chooses Sources In Spain the host is the provider of meal. He also provides the chair upon which you sit. There is certain way people are seated. The host sits at one end and then the guest of honor. After that sits the elders the young ones.
Wrong!!!!! Sit anywhere you want Try again
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