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Aug 26, 2021

[Answer] 1. When you clink your glass against another person's, or the two of you just raise your glasses towards each other, utter a benedictory phrase and have a sip from your drink, you have participated in a ritual which is given which of the following names?

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...1. Toasting 2. Frying 3. Baking 4. Stewing The reason behind the clinking of glasses as part of a toast is not clear (although you can find plenty of authoritative-sounding reasons given). It is unlikely to have originated in a way of proving that the drinks were not poisoned, nor in an attempt to ward off evil spirits with the noise, both popular explanations. Similarly, the origin of the use of the term 'toasting' to describe the gesture of drinking in an act of congratulations or goodwill is shrouded in the mists of time, with multiple explanations offered. Traditionally the drink involved in a toast is alcoholic, often champagne, but that is not necessarily the case - fruit juices and even water can be substituted. The words of benediction (well-wishing) involved in a toast may take many forms. In a formal situation such as a wedding they can be speeches lasting several minutes; in more intimate situations they tend to be short and to the point. "Cheers", for example, has a rough equivalent in a number of languages, including "Salud" (Spanish), "Skaal" (Danish), "Prost" (German), "L'Chaim" (Hebrew), "Chia" (Vietnamese), and "Ganbei" (Mandarin Chinese).




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Toasting:


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