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Dining etiquette for eating in a restaurant. Belarusian restaurants have tables designed for four to six people. If your party only has two or three, you may be asked to share a table with strangers when you are seated.

Dining etiquette for toasting. It is gracious to learn a few toasts. The most common are na zdo ro vie (to your health) and an ancient Polish toast, sto-lyat (a hundred years).

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