To Julian: Hi Julian, I've heard you'll come to Chile next week to start working as an accountant. Remember that the dress code is not very strict here. We usually dress semi-formal.
To Leo: Hi Leo, I'm glad you remember me. I was reading about chilean rules at work. I know about the dress code, here in New York we all dress formal clothes. From here I like the breakfast meetings, their are at 7am and I like to get up early in the morning, we're very punctual. Tell me more about Chile, I look forward to know more about it.
To Julian: So you're already reading about Chile. Here the breakfast meeting starts very late because we're not so punctual. However, we're very punctual when is lunch time we're very punctual. We usually eat a sandwich or something like a hot dog, same as lunch. How are the things in New York?
To Leo: Here in USA, we eat a proper lunch, with a salad. But some people eat some hot dog in the street because we're always short of time. Because of the pressure of work, sometimes we are impolite or rude, but we try not to be like that.
To Julian: We're also impolite sometimes, but work efficiently and patient if we're pay good and give us a tasty meal at work. Here in Chile we have the "after hour", we go to a pub or a restaurant to talk with our coworkers about sports and politics.
To Leo: I'm happy to hear about the "after hour". Here in New York we talk about bussiness outside work, sound more fun over there. I hope to meet you there next week. See you soon.