Nicaragua

ways that nicaraguian teens are different than u.s teens

There are many differences between Life in Nicaragua and life in the United States. The biggest difference between these two cultures is with Appearances . Another major difference is with food and eating. The last major difference between Nicaragua and the United States is with the Holidays

what nicarguians wear

What nicarguians wear is they want to be clean and neat. Men wear cotton shirts and khaki pants. Rural women wear light cotton dresses or skirts and blouses. Both men and women wear chinellas(flip-flops), reserving regular shoes for trips to town or special occasions. Farmers might wear boots, somberos, and old army fatigues.
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What kids in the united states wear

People in our country wear normal shirts and blue jeans, they wear under armour shirts and they wear navy pants. Girls wear ugg boots, jeans and hoodies.
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what nicaraguians eat

Breakfast usually is eaten at 6am or 7am, although people in rural areas may eat earlier during busy agricultural seasons. lunch, the main meal of the day, is eaten at midday and is often followed by a siesta, in rural areas, the siesta is taken from noon to 2 pm. Dinner is usually between 7 and 9 pm
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Food and what they eat

Dinner is the main meal in the United States. What we eat in the United States is pizza, fast food, tasty cakes, and soft pretzels. We eat with our families and usually have breakfast, lunch, and dinner, we usually have dinner in the afternoon, and breakfast is the first thing in the morning.

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How Nicarguans Visit

Nicarguans are hospitable and enjoy visiting in rural areas, people commonly(even daily) visit family and friends unannounced. Those in urban areas with access to telephones usually plan visits in advance. Relatives and friends who live in other areas often visit for weekends and holidays. Because of the hot climate, hosts always offer their guests a cool drink, water, juice, or natural beverages such as the corn based pinol are most popular. refusing a drink is considered a serious discourtesy.
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How the U.S visit

I go to visit unannounced. And sometimes I am invited. When I visit someone I am offered a drink or something to eat. When someone comes to my house we have them for dinner or lunch. I say hello with a handshake or hug to my grandparents.

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How Nicarguians do dating and marriage

Group dating is common among young people. Activities may include dancing or day trips to the beach. In many families, courtship still takes place in the parlor of the girl's home, under the watchful of her family. Civil marriages are the most common, although those who can afford it also have a large church wedding. Most marry between ages of 16 and 23. In small towns, the bride and groom walk a full circle around the town directly after their ceremony.
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How the U.S have their Dating and Marriage

We pick our husband/wife. We are able to date whoever we want to. In the United States, we are able to get married at the age of 16 as long as the other person is 18 or over.
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Nicarguan holidays

Public holidays include New year's day, Labor day ( May 1st), Battle of San Jacinto ( Sept 14), Independence day ( Sept 15), Christmas and Easter. They usually eat iguanas as a paste or in garrobo soup before and during Easter. Nicaraguans also celebrate a lot of holidays celebrating local saints.
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How the U.S celebrate their holidays

We celebrate the same holidays but at different days and months. For example, our Labor Day is the first Monday in September and our Independence Day is July 4th. When we celebrate our holidays we celebrate them with families. our summer holidays are memorial day and 4th of july and we do it outside and we do a picnic and parade.
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