《Customs in China/中国风俗习惯》初二英语作文范文3篇

【作文】
每个国家都有自己的风俗习惯,请你用英文介绍一下自己国家的风俗。标题为“Customs in China”。
要点:
1.第一次见面,如何打招呼;
2.餐桌礼仪,注意事项;
3.拜访亲友时,常见的礼节….
注意:
1.词数80–100;
2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
3.文中不能出现与本人相关的信息;
4.开头已写好,不计人总词数。
Customs in China
Each country has its own customs. In China…

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Customs in China                          

Each country has its own customs. In China, as you can imagine, there are many special customs as well. Now let me tell you about the costums in China.                                                                                       

First of all, you’re supposed to shake hands when you meet someone for the first time, you are not supposed to kiss, and I think there was no reason to kiss, ha ha! Next, there is difficult to learn how to behave at the dinner table, when you eat food at table, You are not supposed to stick your chopsticks into the food, and it’s impolite to point at anyone with your chopsticks. Also, you are not expected to start eating first if there are older people at the table. What is more, it’s rude to show up at someone’s house for the first time with empty hands, you should always bring a small gift like something to drink. And there are so many customs in China. But I think they are worth learning.  


As the old saying goes, when in Rome do as the Romans do. Do you think so? 
作者:安徽省合肥市庐江县实验中学九年级方俊霆    

《Customs in China/中国风俗习惯》初二英语作文范文3篇

 Customs in China   

Each country has its own customs. In China, there are many traditional customs, too. It’s very fun to learn about the customs. And do you want to know more about Chinese customs and habits? let me tell you.   

First of all, what are you supposed to do when you meet someone for the first time? Well, you should shake hands, you shouldn’t kiss or bow. Another important thing is that you must mind your table manners! You know, It’s a bad manner to talk with your mouth full. And you are not supposed to start eating first if there are older people at the table. Also, It’s very terrible to stick your chopsticks into your food. you should not point at anyone with your chopsticks, either. If you can’t use the chopsticks well, don’t be nervous, you can watch others next to you and follow. lf you want to visit someone, you’d better bring some little gifts. Of course, you should arrive there on time, or no more than 5 minutes late. If you don’t arrive there on time, you should call them and tell them the reason.    

There are too many customs in China! And you should remember: When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Thanks.

作者:安徽省合肥市庐江县实验中学九年级刘璟

 Customs in China


Each country has its own customs. In China, w​e have our own customs as well. 

When we meet someone for the first time, we’re supposed to shake hands instead of kissing or bowing. And we have different table namers, too. In China, we aren’t suppposed to stick our chopsticks into the food. And It’s impolite to use your chopsticks to hit an enemy bowl. We shouldn’t start eating first if there are older people at the table. When we visit someone, it is impolite to show up at their house for the first time with empty hands. We’d better bring a small gift. Also, we are expected to knock on the door before entering.

It’s honest to say that I find it difficult to remember everything, but I’m gradually getting used to it. After all, when in China, do as Chinese do. thank you for your listening.
作者:安徽省合肥市庐江县实验中学九年级周薇

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