Ex. 26.01: Sneezing – Culture
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SNEEZING. What do Norwegians say after someone sneezes? The most Norwegian thing to do is to ignore a sneeze entirely. Sometimes, though not as frequently, you will hear Norwegians say prosit. This translates roughly to “to your health.”
Germans have a similar expression – prost – but this is used to wish good health when drinking, the same as the Norwegian skål or the English cheers!Correct AnswersIncorrect