1、Which of the following is the same with “first name”?
2、The twin construct refers to _________.
A、individualism and liberalism
B、individualism and collectivism
C、collectivism and Confucianism
D、Confucianism and liberalism
3、Which one of the following is Not one of the seven facial expressions?
4、In Japan, The OK sign means
D、I’ll kill you!
5、______ is at the core of intercultural communication.
1、In the statements of Rod and Wangjie from 2.1, what surprises Rod?
A、The Chinese guests never accept his offer of drinks or food.
B、The Chinese often come to visit him
C、The Chinese guests love the drinks
D、The Chinese guests hate the food and drinks.
2、Which of the countries doesn’t belong to individualistic culture?
3、You can tell your boss that you think he is attractive.
4、It is OK if you give your professor a music CD to show appreciation.
5、The “lack of pushing and shoving” can be seen as immodest in America when you receive a gift.第三章测试
1、Both American and Chinese will have three meals a day.
2、Chinese like to use MSG to enhance the taste.
3、Foodways can be defined as "the eating habits and culinary practices of a people, region, or historical period".
4、Why Andy feel that he and his wife are not really welcome.
A、Because his Chinese friends snub his wife.
B、Because his wife is not included in the invitation.
C、Because he is not invited.
D、Because the Chinese are mean.
5、Which is an appropriate action when having dinner with westerners.
A、Bring your face to the food.
B、Chow with your mouth closed.
C、Play with phones.
D、keeping talking with the other guests.第四章测试
1、Which of the following is Not a taboo topic for an American?
2、The term “boy” is potentially insulting if you use it to refer to an ( ) male.
3、Which of the following is not completely forbidden, but people tend to have very strong feelings about it and it's probably not a good small talk topic?
4、Hugging between females and males means they are flirting.
5、In Europe, women should not speak to the men at the beginning of their conversation, because they could be considered slatterns.第五章测试
1、Where does tipping originate from?
A、The United State
2、What is the meaning of footing the bill?
A、It means to pay for the cost of something when the bill is presented.
B、It means to put your feet on the bill.
C、It means to give the bill to other people.
D、It means people escaping charges.
3、In fact, it was Professor Stevens’ personal relation with Ms. Smith that helped to convince her to change her mind about this project.
4、The Chinese offer their name cards with one hand to show their respect.
5、America is a large power distance country.第六章测试
1、In the Chinese classrooms, the professor’s role is not only that of the expert, but also that of a coach, facilitator and discussion leader.
2、In Chinese culture, lying is a social technique that smoothens kinks in a relationship.
3、Hugging, kissing and compliments all constitute the expression of affection in the Eastern world.
4、Americans are people of action.
5、China can be divided into past oriented societies while America belong to future-oriented societies.