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Traditional Swiss cooking has strong French, Italian, and German influences. Students and teachers usually have a good relationship, based on respect.
The most famous Swiss dish is fondue, cubed bread dipped in a mixture of melted Gruyere and Emmentaler cheeses and white wine. Students normally have 6 to 8 classes per day, followed by another 2 hours of homework. When Swiss students change classes, the whole class stays together.
Music classes are often required during the first seven years of school. The most popular sports are soccer, tennis, volleyball, basketball, and skiing.
Teenagers around the world dress similarly -- Swiss teens wear jeans, t-shirts, and sneakers. Dating in Switzerland is very similar to dating in the U. Sex, birth control, and AIDS are openly discussed among Swiss teenagers.
Swiss universities have very difficult entrance exams and requirements so, 20-30% of students attend.
Most Swiss teens participate in sports clubs and play musical instruments.
It is bordered by France, Germany, Liechtenstein, Austria, and Italy.
A small minority (1%) speak an ancient native language called Romansch. Switzerland is governed by a 7-member Federal Council or Bundesrat, and a Federal Assembly. These is a 46-member Council of States called the Ständrat, and a 200-member National Council called the Nationalrat.
The Federal Assembly elects a president from the Federal Council who serves a one-year term.
Swiss students meet fewer of their peers than American students, but often develop very close friendships as the same students will stay together for years.
Swiss children attend pre-school at age four, then proceed to 6 years of primary school.Because of its location, Switzerland has three official languages.