Europeans dating americas
Here is a summary of my observations on the differences between Europeans and Americans (USA).
These are of course the major trends, and exceptions exist everywhere.
European washing machines normally have only a cold water inlet (the water brought to adequate temperature inside the machine) as opposed to both a hot and a cold water inlet in the USA.European washing machines are almost always loaded from the front, as opposed to the top in the USA.Interestingly, Japan decided to follow the American system.Schools and universities are free in most European countries.
Europeans see access to university as a right, while American families often have to save for years for their children to attend one.Europeans have no equivalent tradition, although informal end-of-studies parties are common (often several ones, which do not necessarily take place in the school).Foreign-language learning in Europe is now compulsory in every country since primary (elementary) school.All Europeans use the metric system (metres, grammes, litres, Celsius, etc.).