Examples of culture-dependent expressions. From top left to right British pleased,British proud, French grateful, French confused, American pleased, American disapproving, American proud
Culture-dependent expressions (expressions that had more than a
difference of 50% points between the highest and lowest matching
rates, according to country) The expressions belonging to this
category were: British ‘pleased’; British ‘proud’; French
‘grateful’; French ‘confused’; American ‘pleased’; American
‘disapproving’; American ‘proud’; and American ‘impressed’ (shown
in Fig. 15 ). .
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