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2 - The faultfinder.
This is the person who is always criticizing everything in the country :"The Irish are stupid, the Irish are not pretty and we always spend our weekends to drink ... etc. " It is the expatriate who arrived here surely pushed by his relatives or by an idealized vision of the country in which he arrives, and when he sees that eventually it is not rosy, he criticizes and regrets his country original. Generally this type of person does not last long in the new country.
3 - The Chameleon
An expat? On paper yes, in fact, no, one might think he is native here. He drinks like an Irish, speaks like an Irish, is in a couple with an Irish or an Irish ... In short he lives in Irish. It is also the type of person who will blame you for speaking French when you are between French in Ireland. He wants to experience the Irish experience thoroughly and adapts ... Next step: change of nationality? This is especially true for those who believe that the culture of the new country corresponds to them more than the current French culture. At the level of the accent, we must not dismount, we still usually recognize some traces of their good old French accent !!
4 - The globe-trotter
The latter is only passing by. When you talk to him, he wears tattoos or signs representing all the countries through which he passed. He has visited everything or plans to visit everything, and will not stop until 30 years when he wants to “settle and found a family, but considering that one has a youth, and so much to enjoy". He often spends only a few months in the country, fills up with discoveries and cultural enrichment, then sets out to conquer another country. He generally lives in youth hostels and is satisfied with the contact of the premises.
5 - The enthusiast
He is delighted with anything! Take him to a local restaurant, a pub, visit a monument or simply discover a part of the city, and he will be happy, he is there to discover Irish life and know how it is elsewhere. It is full of pictures, speaks to everyone, reads all the signs and flyers, is satisfied with little etc. It could be compared to a child who returns for the first time to Disneyland or a candy store. The only problem is that this type of euphoria lasts only one time, but hey, it's so nice to discover all that, it is enough that it changes country and hop it left!
6 - The expat who does not care
In the end, there is the one who arrives in a new country for work, for a girl, because his family is moving or simply because 'He must go, and who simply continues his life as before but in the new country. Visit the country or area? Change habits? Discover your new country and get in touch with others? Does it matter? He will go to work as before, eat his dishes as before, continue surfing the Internet and watch his own series ... In short, the only thing that will change will be his environment, but in itself, it is only a change of scenery.