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Top 5 Russian Stereotypes

What comes to mind when you think of Russian stereotypes? The most frequent question Russians are asked is probably “How much vodka do you drink?” or any other joke related to this alcoholic beverage.  However, it might be surprising to hear this drink is not even popular amongst young Russians. In fact, they quite often […]Read More

London Stereotypes

Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner… Ok, so maybe some of these London stereotypes are a bit too closely linked to English stereotypes… but after all, it is the capital of England! Given you enjoyed our other stereotype posts, we thought we’d go a bit more specific and talk about London stereotypes! Enjoy! We apologise […]Read More

Greek Stereotypes: True or False?

Today, we will travel along the Mediterranean Sea, and focus on Greek stereotypes. Do you have any? It is time to check if they are well founded! Greeks are hairy This is false ! There is everything, as in all countries. It’s also quite difficult to know, because both men and women take care of […]Read More

Romanian Stereotypes: True or False

Every country has a stereotype, including Romania, so today we will tell you all about Romanian stereotypes! So far Europe Language Café has talked about German, Dutch, French, English, Portuguese, Italian and Polish stereotypes. Let’s find out which of these stereotypes are true and which ones are false. Romanians are gypsies This is false! In fact, […]Read More

Polish Stereotypes: True Or False

Every country has a stereotype, and Poland is no different! Everyone loves to use them to annoy other people, but no one likes to hear them about themselves. So far Europe Language Café have talked about German, Dutch, Spanish, French, English, Portuguese and Italian stereotypes. In this week’s blog, we will discuss what the common Polish stereotypes are! Let’s find out […]Read More

Common Stereotypes About Italian People

These common stereotypes about Italian people will probably have been heard by just about anyone in the world. Everyone loves to use them to annoy other people, but no one likes to hear it about themselves. So far Europe Language Café have talked about German, Dutch, Spanish, French, English and Portuguese stereotypes. In this week’s blog, we will discuss what the […]Read More

Portuguese Stereotypes: True or False

In honour of the week of Portugal, Europe Language Café today is uncovering which Portuguese Stereotypes are true and which ones are fake. European countries have stereotypes aplenty, and Portugal is no exception. So far Europe Language Café have talked about German, Dutch, Spanish, French and English stereotypes. Now it’s time to find out which […]Read More

French Stereotypes

So far in Europe Language Café we have discussed Spanish, Dutch, German and English stereotypes. Of course, we can’t leave out French stereotypes! The french stick eating, onion wearing nation – or is any of that actually true? French people wear berets Yes, some people do still wear berets, but more as a fashion statement. […]Read More

Quiz: English Stereotypes

People have some very clear ideas about English stereotypes… As part of our stereotype series, we’re putting you to the test about the English. In this quiz we have mentioned the most common stereotypes and your task is to choose which of them is most associated with English people! Ready? Then let’s get started! So […]Read More

Common Stereotypes about German people

Common German Stereotypes As the typical stereotypes go, Germans are described as complainers with no sense of humour. They are always on time, efficient and hard-working. Beer is an essential part of the culture as well as sausage, sauerkraut and the Dirndl & Lederhosen. Living abroad as a German gives you an interesting insight into […]Read More