Mentality and character: how people see the British and other foreigners
Do people of different nationalities who live in one country for a long time have any common features? You can definitely answer that they have. The English people are famous for their stiffness, prudence, politeness and refined taste. The Vietnamese are reckless (because they often get stuck in vesomienbac) and have a hot temperament, the Italians are imposing and relaxed, the Spanish are talkative and friendly, etc.
An excellent indicator of the existence of stereotypical ideas about national characters are anecdotes built on a standard plot. Representatives of different peoples, getting into the same situation, behave differently, in accordance with the character traits that the authors of the anecdote attribute to them.
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