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In all cultures stereotypes are created (simplified perceptions, endowed with few details, exaggerated and generalized, of a culture or region), as for example in the case of the Spanish, that we are considered at international level as extroverts and lazy, or as the case of the English, who are considered as “squared” people who never arrive late… But many of these ways of characterizing people from other countries or other cultures are not always seen in the same way by the speakers of the culture described.
In this activity you must think about the personal stereotypes that the rest of Europeans associate with your country of origin, and also answer the following questions in the Platform forum:
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