What is cultural gap? I looked for it in dictionaries on the internet, but I did not find it. Is the correct phrase "cultural gap" or "culture gap", or both are correct? Thanks.
the difference between two distinct cultures or peoples
Thanks. Are¨culture gaps¨and ¨culture differences¨interchangable?
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culture gap or cultural differences are the standard terms.
Thanks. Do both phrases mean the same thing?
Do both expressions hold negative connotations?
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Essentially they are the same.
Culture gap has a somewhat negative connotation. It is unlikely to be used in a positive way.
Cultural difference is less likely to be negative. It might be, but it can also be used positively.