• Teach me a customary greeting from your country.
  • What are some customs for eating in your country?
  • What are the big holidays in your country?
  • What is customary when you visit someone's house?
  • Who pays for dates in your country?
  • Describe a typical wedding ceremony in your country.
  • Who is the traditional head of the household in your country?
  • Do you think its important to keep traditions?
  • Do you think young people keep traditions in your country?
  • What is traditional common food in your country?
  • What is a traditional gourmet meal in your country?
  • What are traditional clothes in your country?
  • What are traditional musical instruments in your country?
  • What are the traditional symbols of your country?
  • Tell me a traditional children's story from your country.
  • Can you sing a traditional children's song.
  • Three of the most important contributions your culture has made to the world. Areas you could talk about: music, art, technology, science, medicine, food, education, fashion etc.
  • What is your favourite national festival or celebration? When is it celebrated? Talk about food, clothes, music, parades, gifts, religious places, gifts etc.
  • Imagine someone is visiting your country for the first time. What things might be different or unusual? What advice can you give? Meeting someone for first time, greeting a friend, shopping, going to someone's house for dinner, eating in a restaurant, shopping, photographing people
  • Is it usual to tip waiters? What about taxi drivers?
  • Displays of affection in public? Holding hands, hugging, kissing
  • Paying for drinks in a bar. Buy a round. Or pay for own drinks.
  • At restaurant with friends, who pays? The person who invited the others, each person pays exactly his share, bill is divided, person with most money
  • Haggle and bargain for a lower price or pay the price on the price tag
  • Do children in your country learn traditional songs which their grandparents also know? What are these songs about? What instruments are used to play these songs?
  • Does your country have any traditional dances for special ceremonies at different times of the year? Describe the dances and the traditional dance costumes.
  • What are the traditional sports in your country? Is your country still good at these sports?
  • What traditional food and drinks do you have in your country?
  • In Britain, when you are invited to a dinner party, it is traditional to bring a bottle of wine and flowers or chocolates for the hostess. It is normal to arrive on time, but not too early. What happens in your country?
  • What is the traditional image of business people in your capital city?
  • When are the traditional ceremonies in your country and what happens?
  • Describe a traditional wedding ceremony in your country.
  • Describe the traditions relating to your country‚Äôs Royal Family, Centre of Government or System of Justice.