Formality is a basic Mexican business practice. Unlike the U.S. where people start talking to each other by first names, Mexicans have a more formal way to talk to each other. During the introduction, you must use the last name of the person who is preceded by a Senor for men or Senorita for women. Don’t call a woman Señora. Señora is only used when talking to married women. This assumption can be dangerous. If the woman is married or elderly, she will be flattered that you are arrested as a Senorita. If the woman is married, she will tell you.
Professional Degrees Are Very Important In Mexico
The two most common titles are Ingeniero for Computer engineers and programmers and Licenses for lawyers. A license is also used to compare someone with a bachelor’s degree. Licenciado for men while Licenciada for women. Lic. is an abbreviation for Licenciado / a and Ing. for Ingeniero / a.
Learn The Person’s Title As Soon As Possible And Start As Needed
If the person you are talking to is Licenciado, instead of having to say Lic. Every time you want to talk to that person, you can say Licenciado. The use of the title itself is acceptable. We often use the title of the conversation for certain people such as “Officers”, “Assignments” and “Doctors”.
Your Mexican Host Might Distract You As Licenciado
The title allows you to discuss how others see you. If you do business, whether, by telephone or in-person, most …Read More