Bread and Salt In Russia dear guests are traditionally welcomed with bread and salt. The guest should break off a piece of bread, dip it in salt and eat. The custom of welcoming guests with bread and salt has been known in Russia for ages.
What is rude in the Russian-speaking world? What etiquette rules should people particularly foreigners remember? Has a foreigner you know done anything that you really got angry or irritated about because it seemed rude or offensive?
Or leave them on? Look, would you really leave your shoes on after something like this? It's a neutral thing. Is it rude to discuss politics or religion at a party?
Depends on the company, sometimes it's even refreshing. Although, there is a saying - when guests start talking of politics then it's time to go home. Is it ok for foreigners to complain about things that they might think are bad in Russia? Hmm, a difficult question.
It's allright I think to complain but don't be insulting at that.
That depends on your company again. Insulting is one thing but ridicule is another. If your ridicule is smart and has some merit and the company is right it will do, but I doubt you will win any points being insulting. I see nothing wrong in it, especially for a foreigner.
Giving up your seat on the bus or metro what are the "rules"? It's considered polite to stand up if an elderly person is standing nearby. Also a woman with some heavy bags.
Well, guys can offer thery seat to a pretty girl, for example. If you don't stand up this wouldn't be considered as outrage either. Dating in Russia - what should men and women bear in mind that might be different from Europe or North America?
This is the main difference. Originally Posted by BappaBa Russians buy even number of flowers only for mourning actions.
Yes, this is a thing one should remember. You bring odd number of flowers to celebrations and even number of flowers to funerals.Manners and Customs of the Russians. December 25, Bread and Salt How are you? or Kak dela?
Business Sit For the Road! - Na dorozhku! Bread and Salt. In Russia dear guests are traditionally welcomed with bread and salt. The guest should break off a piece of bread, dip it in salt and eat. good manners here imply a quiet voice.
Manners and Etiquette. In their manners the Russians exhibit their usual failure to do anything by halves. with you to your destination, however far it takes them out of their way.
Children are constantly being coached in good manners and ticked off if they do not come up to scratch. but never across the threshold for that is considered. Many norms of behavior in Russia are the same as in the whole world, but there are some special conventional rules of conduct which differs from manners of other countries.
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Good and bad manners in Russia. Observing etiquette and having good manners can make life of foreign people more convenient and . Dec 04, · Taking off shoes is usually just a display of good manners in Russia.
Unless the the host specifically says you don't need to, it's a good idea. Discussing politics, religion or any other serious matters, just depends on the type of party and the people that surround you.