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Why children in France are more polite than children in America?
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Answered Thu 16 Feb 2012, at 05:08PM

I am surprised you are asking this question. Aren't you half French? Children in America are learned to say "Thank you" and "You are welcome". However, Children in France and most of the rest of the world are learned to say "Thank you", "You are welcome", "Hello", and "Goodbye". The "Hello", and "Goodbye" teaches them there are other people around you and in this world. It's not just about you.

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