Re: Family is thinking about moving to Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)
Alidar Jarok wrote:
There are two things to learn about Macedonian. First, it's kind of a Bulgarian dialect (or it's at least extremely similar to Bulgarian). Second, you probably shouldn't tell them that it's a Bulgarian dialect.
Right. I also know its bad to mention what happened with the Albanians and anything greece related.
How should I approach people? What kind of unusual (beyond shaking hands or waving hello) greetings could there be (I.E hugging strangers. Any different (than practiced in America) customs that I should definitely pay attention to?
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Last edited by Kenbushway; August 22 2013 at 09:08 PM.