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Family SPARE TIME Exist a lot of countries in the world, every country have different food, way to talk, language and they spent they free time different too. In Guatemala, we used to be in our home with own family and with the people that we love, and sometime we go out to see all the beautiful places that are in smalls towns near to the City. We take pictures and eat traditional foods like tamal all Saturday, and Paches all Thursday. But in U.S.A the things are very different, they used to go out with friends to play basketball and skateboarding, they used to play in the street and eat a lot of fast food. The thing is that in U.S.A don’t have the same culture that in London have the people in they free time, they used to go to museums and to historical places, they really like to meditate listen jazz and classical music, one of the most common thing is that they used to go to Operas. But like I was saying every country have different things, for example in China they used to go to practice a lot of Kung Fu, they think that the more important is to be in shape and be health physical, something that in Cuba doesn’t care, they used to dance and just have fun with friends and family, but for are something really important and is to have their brain in constant movement, but how, well they said that play dominoes is really good to be more intelligent because you are thinking how you can win, the only thing that Cuba and China have in common is that they really like to be competitive, they doesn’t care how you can win you just have to do it. All countries are different and cannot tell you all the differences, but the only thing that is sure is that each one have awesome customs and cultures.

In the world are many different countries and it means that there are different cultures for this reason all the families in the world do many things like a family for example Family structure in the United States is considered a family support system involving two married individuals providing care and stability for their biological offspring However, this two-parent, nuclear family has become less prevalent, and alternative family forms have become more common. In Guatemala is almost different because the families in

Guatemala are pretty close so they usually do things together. They do the same stuff as anyone, anywhere else but together as a family. In London is great for kids and have lots of family-friendly attractions, events and activities. in china is different because Upper class in China, they are living either a luxurious Chinese way of life or a luxurious western way of life in this country the people work hard to get more money and The economic level is higher than in many countries. In Cuba the families are very united because Cubans, like many Latin Americans, tend to live together as a nuclear family, grandparents often provide childcare for women in the household who work outside the home, or attend school and so we realize that there are several stereotypes of families in the world, what are their activities and they do to keep their family together.


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Each country has different types of work and ways of how people work for example: Many people who want to work in the United States there are several different ways to obtain employment in the U.S. employment relationship including green cards (permanent residence), job change and study visitor visas, and visas for seasonal and temporary workers . Employment in Guatemala is very poor because in Guatemala found 7 percent of unemployed persons as unions are very weak. In London if you have a visa you can work, it is for free and they usually want people for temp work or in need to fill vacancies pretty fast. In China have the division of work such as people living in rural areas working in factories, sweatshops, the person with greater opportunity working in private companies. In Cuba can still find work, work in Cuba is in foreign offices or agencies, Cuba may find employment as tour operators or representatives.

Each country has different types of religions and has a lot of people for example in China religion have been characterized by pluralism since the beginning of Chinese history. Some scholars doubt the use of the term "religion" in reference to Buddhism and Taoism, and suggest "cultural practices", "thought systems" or "philosophies" as more appropriate names. In Cuba prevailing religion is Catholicism, although in some instances it is profoundly modified and influenced through syncretism which combined the Yoruba religion of the African slaves with Catholicism and some Native American strands; And London has been

predominantly Christian. This is clear from the large number of churches around the area, particularly in the City of London which alone contains around 50 churches. Anglicanism is the primary denomination, and the Archbishop of Canterbury's main residence is actually at Lambent Palace.


Politics

Each country have a different government and politic, there are republic, democratic republic, liberal democrats, socialist republic, anti-communist and anti-socialist; the United States and Guatemala have a similar politic because they have a president that government the country but the difference between these countries is that the United States have Republic and Guatemala is Democratic. London has a mix in the politics because they are conservative, liberal democrats, independents and the most areas in London are conservative. Cuba have a different politic because this country is a country that is often misread and misunderstood. Most of the people are Communist because of that they are viewed as being Socialist and Radicals. In conclusion each country has their own way to govern their country and each citizen chooses its president.


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Work

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Many people who want to work in the United States there are several different ways to obtain employment in the U.S. employment relationship including green cards (permanent residence), job change and study visitor visas, and visas for seasonal and temporary workers. In the U.S. there are more job opportunities for those residing and both foreigners. Before coming to the U.S. to work, you must obtain a visa at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in your country or the country that is closest to your residence abroad. For example, it is common in work related to the security or defense of the United States requires a certain security clearance (security clearance) which is only granted to citizens, citizenship may also be required by private companies.

One of the main reasons that the working conditions are so poor and unions so weak is that work is hard to find in Guatemala. While unemployment affects about 7 percent of the population, the overall unemployment rate remains around 37 percent, as a result, about 1 million Guatemalans working in the informal economy, increasing the strength employment in the formal economy 3.5 million. Not all forms of employment in Guatemala are undesirable; jobs in urban areas and in the service sector provide stable and healthy conditions and livable wages.

If you do have a visa, just take a few days to print your CV out and walk around the many recruitment agencies around Central London and register. It is for free and they usually want people for temp work or in need to fill vacancies pretty fast. The problem begins when you're fed up with a minimum wage job (and you will be fed up, because London is ludicrously expensive). Any other type of work, including in reception and secretarial, are impossible to come by at this time and day

China once boasted it was a workers’ paradise. Under Communism, the most basic social divisions were between the peasants, mostly subsistence farmers bound to the land, and urban people who worked in factories and in the bureaucracy Modern China has been called “a giant labor-intensive processing factory.� Many Chinese still work for the state but their numbers are shrinking while those in the private sector are rising. The vast majority of jobs are created by the private sector.

Nevertheless, there are still some job opportunities available for expats who plan on working in Cuba. For instance, you can always find employment working in Cuba-based offices of foreign companies or agencies. However, as most of these are joint ventures together with Cuban companies, Cuban applicants are usually treated preferentially. Within the tourist industry, expats interested in working in Cuba may find employment as tour operators or representatives


Family

Family structure in the United States is considered a family support system involving two married individuals providing care and stability for their biological offspring. However, this two-parent, nuclear family has become less prevalent, and alternative family forms have become more common. The nuclear family consists of a mother, father, and the children and the two-parent nuclear family has become less prevalent, and preAmerican and European family forms have become more common, traditionally, mothers were responsible for raising the kids while the father was out providing financially for the family. Parents can be either the biological mother or biological father, or the legal guardian for adopted children.

The families in Guatemala are pretty close so they usually do things together. They do the same stuff as anyone... Anywhere else but together as a family.

London is great for kids and has lots of familyfriendly attractions, events and activities. Whether you're looking for child-friendly restaurants, free attractions for kids, or ideas for your day out in London. London is an exciting place for children and teenagers. Traveling in London as a family may seem overwhelming but is rather manageable.

Upper class in China, needless to say, they are living either a luxurious Chinese way of life or a luxurious western way of life.

The Revolution of 1959 sparked the turning point in Cuban family life by promoting women's equality. New laws and policies resulted in women being educated, employed, and The majority of Chinese also increased their families are made up of civil/human rights. Cuban parents and 1-2 kid(s), in revolutionary thought cities of China, parents promoted class equality are normally both rather than gender equality, working, so if their children but women still benefitted are little, they usually indirectly from social bring their retired parents changes. Because Cubans, to live with them together like many Latin Americans, in order to take care of tend to live together as a the children while they're nuclear family, grandparents at work. often provide childcare for women in the household who work outside the home, or attend school. The Maternity Law actually 'created' the working woman in Cuba [state when this law was passed, and what it says. "Whereas in 1955, 13 percent of the workforce was women, by 1989, the number had risen to 38.7 percent of the workforce in Cuba.�


Spare time

U.S. different activities as We can do so many Ice hockey, American outdoors things like football, basketball and baseball games are kayaking, rock climbing, enormously attractive to hiking. The weather in That Are audiences and Guatemala is always Their leagues are of great warm so we do interest to people across everything the world. Watching a game is high class entertainment; in Either of These leagues is an experience you cannot AFFORD to miss.

In London is a “Top 20” of cinemas, so they used to go a lot to the movie theater. Free Iceskating or bowling at the one of the most popular entertainment centers in London. Also they have a lot of Museums, Historic Buildings and Art Galleries, so this makes that the people in London have more culture.

China is one of the country´s national sports. Wushu and Kung Fu are two wide terms of martial arts, all forms of martial arts are physically demanding, it is necessary to be able to summon condition, concentration, presence of mind, balance and physical strength, a lot of younger people do this sport like a hobby, not like a sport. Also they do the traditional football, handball, volleyball, basketball, tennis and badminton.

Use your idle time wisely by getting involved. Spanish is a good way to spend your spare time. This is a lifetime project, will keep you occupied and open the door to many exciting new adventures.


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The majority of Americans (73-76%) identify themselves as Christians and about 1520% have no religious affiliation. According to the American Religious Identification Survey (ARIS), which was cited by the US Census Bureau in their 2012 Statistical Abstract, 76% of the American adult population identified themselves as Christians, with 25% identifying themselves as Catholics, and 51% identifying themselves as Christians spanning some 30 religious groupings.

In Guatemala 50–60% of the population is Roman Catholicism in Guatemala, 40% Protestant, 3% Eastern Orthodox and 1% follow the indigenous Mayan faith. Catholicism was the official religion during the colonial era. However, Protestantism has increased markedly in recent decades. More than one third of Guatemalans are Protestant, chiefly Evangelicals and Pentecostals.

London has been predominantly Christian. This is clear from the large number of churches around the area, particularly in the City of London which alone contains around 50 churches. Anglicanism is the primary denomination, and the Archbishop of Canterbury's main residence is actually at Lambent Palace.

Religion in China has been characterized by pluralism since the beginning of Chinese history. The Chinese religions are familyoriented and do not demand the exclusive adherence of members. Some scholars doubt the use of the term "religion" in reference to Buddhism and Taoism, and suggest "cultural practices", "thought systems" or "philosophies" as more appropriate names. The questions of what should be called religion and who should be called religious in China is up for debate.

Cuba's prevailing religion is Catholicism, although in some instances it is profoundly modified and influenced through syncretism. A common syncretism religion is Santeria, which combined the Yoruba religion of the African slaves with Catholicism and some Native American strands; it shows similarities to Brazilian Amanda and has been receiving a degree of official support. The Roman estimates that 60 percent of the population is Catholic, but only 5% of that 60% attends mass regularly, while independent sources estimate that as few 1.5% of the population does so.


Politics

The United States is a federal constitutional republic, in which the President of the United States (the head of state and head of government), Congress, and judiciary share powers reserved to the national government, and the federal government shares sovereignty with the state governments. The executive branch is headed by the President and is independent of the legislature. Legislative power is vested in the two chambers of Congress, the Senate and the House of Representatives. The judicial branch (or judiciary), composed of the Supreme Court and lower federal courts, exercises judicial power (or judiciary). Two political parties, the Democratic Partyand the Republican Party, have dominated American politics since the American Civil War, although smaller parties like the Libertarian Party also exist and achieve minor amounts of representation.

Politics of Guatemala takes place in a framework of a presidential representative democratic republic, whereby the President of Guatemala is both head of state and head of government, and of a multiparty system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the Congress of the Republic. The judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature. Guatemala's 1985 Constitution provides for a separation of powers among the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government. The 1993 constitutional reforms included an increase in the number of Supreme Court justices from 9 to 13. The terms of office for president, vice president, and congressional deputies were reduced from five years to four years; for Supreme Court justices from six years to five years, and increased the terms of mayors and city councils from 30 months to four years.

There are areas are often very "split" with a mix of Conservative, Labor, Liberal Democrats, Greens, and Independents etc... Most areas in the London Metropolitan Zone (eg parts of the Thames Valley region; areas of Essex, Hertfordshire etc) tend to be very Conservative, reflecting their high wealth and "desirability" as places to live in. That said, again, there are notable exceptions.

The politics of the People's Republic of China take place in a framework of a single-party socialist republic. The leadership of the Communist Party is stated in the Constitution of the People's Republic of China. State power within the People's Republic of China (PRC) is exercised through the Communist Party of China, the Central People's Government and their provincial and local counterparts

Cuba is a country that is often misread and misunderstood. Communism is clearly the focus in Cuba, and because of that they are viewed as being Socialists and radicals. Most people in North America are anti-Communist and antiSocialist, which is why Cuba is often seen in a negative way in non-Communist countries. Fidel’s power lasted decades longer than any person thought that it would. It is true that in the past the United States attempted to establish coups that would undermine Castro’s power and see him get thrown out of office. Cuban Communism works great for those who relish the system, and horribly for those who choose to not conform. Because of this, there are many supporters of Communism and an even larger number of activists who are against it.


Read the problem and think in a possible solution. Alan is a doctor and he has a patient who suffers from mental diseases, when the record comes, Alan realizes that his patient was the teacher of his daughter. Alan thought for a moment that maybe he can tell to the School the problem with the teacher but he cannot violate patient confidentiality and tell the directors of the school that the teacher suffers from the disease.

Possible Solution: Alan should talk with the patient and tell her that if she wants to cure the disease she have to take a rest, and for this time she cannot be able to give classes. Even we give this solution, sometimes is not easy to tell to someone that have a mental disease also when is someone near to your family or near to some friend. Our advice also for the Doctor is that the next time he has to take care that the patient that he going to have don’t have to be someone like a friend or someone that is near to your family, in this case was the teacher of his daughter. As conclusion we give the opinion to the Doctor that before attend to some patient, investigate who is her or him, to don’t have problems like this.


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