El mapa de Mexico, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean CULTURE- EL 31 DE ENERO MEXICO THE CARRIBEAN AND CENTRAL AMERICA EL CARIBE Y CENTROAMÉRICA SOUTH AMERICA SURAMÉRICA ***Which country on the continent does not speak Spanish?*** Treaty of Tordesillasdivided the new world LOS SALUDOS Y LOS BESOS In many Spanish speaking countries is it customary to greet people with ___________ in a non-business like setting. Americans maintain personal space, but not in Spanish speaking countries. In a business like setting a ____________ is acceptable. These customary greetings may also be accompanied by a _______ or a __________. Men to men usually do only this, but men to women and women to women give a ___________. HOW MANY IN WHAT COUNTRY? Country Number of “besos” Argentina 1 Bolivia 0 Chile 1 Colombia 1 El Salvador 1 España 2 Mexico 1 Paraguay 2 Puerto Rico 1 Venezuela 1 or 2 MORE INFORMATION In _____________ women might pat the right forearm or the shoulder of women with or without a kiss. In Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, and Chile, they might _________ __________ . What side do you kiss first? ¿Cómo se dice “two kisses”? -Dos besos - Los besos dobles MORE PHRASES FOR ¿QUÉ PASA? In Mexico In Colombia ¿Qué hubo? ¿Qué onda? LA PLAZA MAYOR IN MÉXICO, CENTROAMÉRICA, EL CARIBE, Y SURAMÉRICA La Plaza Mayor is to Spain as el Zócalo is to these countries. “Ferias” or festivals can be held here. Buildings like the city hall “El Ayuntamiento “ can be located here. REVIEW -If Salma Hayek (Mexico) met her friend Penelope Cruz (Spain) in a café, how would they greet each other? If Gael Garcia Bernal (Mexico) and Diego Luna (Mexico) met in the Zocalo, how would they greet each other? - Hispanics leave less interpersonal space when greeting others? True/False REVIEW Men never greet with a kiss in Spanishspeaking countries? True/False Gender can play a role in the type of greeting? True/False If two women met in Colombia, they should exchange 2 kisses on the cheek? True/False Which cheek is first? ¿Cómo se dice “two kisses”?