A Japanese Bath

Автор: | 13.11.2018

Description: Name two customs or traditions visitors to your country may have difficulty adjusting to. As part of this discussion, talk about any points that visitors should be aware of when staying as a guest at a home in your country.
Helpful tip: When visiting a home in another country, be sure to find out the expectations for using bathrooms. When and how you use the shower or bath can be different from culture to culture.

Listen to the conversation and check your answers.

1. What is the first thing you do when visiting a Japanese public bath?
A. pay the entrance fee
B. take off your shoes
C. put your clothes in a locker

2. What surprised Phil when he went to the bath?
A. The entrance fee was expensive.
B. People sit down when they bathe.
C. The attendant could see him undressing.

3. What do you wear when bathing?
A. a swimming suit
B. shorts
C. nothing

4. Traditionally, the bath was a place where people could:
A. socialize with their neighbors.
B. make informal business deals.
C. find marriage partners for their children.

5. What do people sometimes do after their bath?
A. watch videos
B. drink something, like tea
C. play Japanese chess with friends

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