7 have no fear of getting sick or injured americans can hardly believe the medical system in france sure it costs taxpayers lots of money but if you are in need of a general doctor just book the appointment get in quickly and pay very little for it or nothing depending on your insurance. This is part of a series called cultureshock aimed at helping us avoid looking like total idiots abroad apart from the advice for people planning to move to france the tips here were easily found in other books greet people when you enter and leave a store or were not entirely accurate based on my one week in paris people really do occasionally walk around smiling. Culture shock moments at grocery stores in france french work culture what americans can learn from the french reverse culture shock moments i had on my vacation back home in the usa respecting the culture and doing the right thing pet culture in france vs the usa. Countless movies and media impressions may have allowed france and its storied capital city to feel somewhat familiar but expats are nonetheless likely to experience some culture shock in france most notably making a home in france comes with the challenges of learning the language and assimilating into a culture steeped in nuanced social conventions. Cultureshock france peels away the layers of the french and their country to reveal the heart of the gallic temperament the book navigates through essential topics such as learning the french language how best to work with the french observing their body language and even how to choose wine in a restaurant
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