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And as one French philosopher Jane Budrillyar: ‘the smile remained on his face for a long time after all the feelings have disappeared. It’s the smile, which is available at any time, but at the same time, it does not allow himself to give. According to the properties it is similar to immunity. That smile seemed to speak for itself: This is a good country. I’m good. We the best …

‘And this subtext can really get upset and even act to someone’s nerves. Many believe the U.S. smile is not only the ‘nerve-racking’, but also insincere. This rejection occurs because ‘Everyday kind smile’ is not common for many people, especially for the Slavs. Russian writers have long defined American smile as strange and artificial in comparison with Russian. Satirist Mikhail Zadornov calls American smile ‘chronic’, and, according to M.

Zhvanetsky Americans smile, as if they are connected to the device. Maxim Gorky wrote that the first thing that catches your eye when meeting with an American it is his teeth. However, we must remember that in American culture smile in the first means being polite. The more American you smiling during the interview and the more he is friendly, the more positive his attitude to you and those closely He listens to you. The smile with which the American representatives of service meet you, means nothing more than politeness. And such a smile can be seen not only in the U.S.. One Chinese proverb says: ‘He who can not smile, can not open a shop. ” In Japan, the woman at the entrance to the escalator in the big stores are smiling and bowing to everyone who walks on it, but it’s 2500 smiles and bows a day. American psychologists say also that polite smile in America entails the protection of the listener from the problems of the speaker. But in the communicative behavior Slavic Smile “for politeness’ or ‘out of courtesy’ is not considered to be the norm. Therefore, we must always remember that if a certain phenomenon has no place in our culture, it does not mean that it does should not exist. And finally I want to say that, in my opinion, the U.S. does not smile is not sincere. May simply Americans are less inclined to mask their positive feelings and more prone to hide their negative emotions?

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