Venezuelan dating customs

Don’t worry, you shouldn’t sharpen up your game if the opportunity arises. Lesson number 1: Don’t try to learn Spanish if you don’t want to be made fun of.

Lesson number 2: Don’t try to assume stereotypical attitudes if you don’t want to get dumped.

However, Spanish, the country's official language, is the most common.

The most widely spoken indigenous languages are Wayuu, Warao, Piaroa, Yanomami, Kahlihna, Manduhuaca, Panaré, Pemón, Guahibo and Nhengtu.

I am an avid supporter of mixed-raced relationships.

I think you can learn a lot from a partner that comes from a completely different background.

This rule is not just exclusive for men; women can become very jealous and overbearing as well.

Location: Northern South America, bordering the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, between Colombia and Guyana Capital: Caracas Climate: tropical; hot, humid; more moderate in highlands Population: 28,868,486 (2014 est.) Ethnic Make-up: Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Arab, German, African, indigenous people Religions: nominally Roman Catholic 96%, Protestant 2%, other 2% About 40 languages are spoken in Venezuela.

Of course, cultural clashes can be a disheartening experience. As soon as I emigrated to the US, I dated an American girl.

The upper class dominates the economic structures of commerce and industry, but the middle class dominates politics.

People are emotionally attached to the church (96% Roman Catholic), which gives them a sense of stability, but religion is not a strong force in daily life.

There are however, without doubt, some culture clashes that may occur because of different belief systems, environmental conditioning and family values.

After living in South America for over a year, here is my take on being a gringita and the rules of dating in South America. You ask…It is a common phrase used to describe men of Latin America who act like a, ¨Macho man¨ often exhibiting behaviors such as possessiveness, aggressiveness and an overall attitude that they It is a common topic in conversation here and some women have become so accustomed to it, that they accept it as normal.

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