As a nation this country focuses much importance on family structure and values. Brazilian families are usually quite large. Every family member helps one and another. Another, unfortunate, tradition is about the Brazilian classes. Classes, such as peasants middle, and high, are distinguished by how wealthy the citizen is and the color of their skin. Darker ethnicity tend to be more disadvantaged than others. Women are usually employed only in lower paid positions, such as teaching and nursing. Another Brazilian tradition is about the greeting of men and ladies. Men shake hands with one another. Women kiss each others cheeks, first starting with the left cheek. Brazil also holds high expectations and etiquette. When they are invited to dinner, do not under dress. Always bring the hostess a small gift of gratitude. Citizens avoid giving anyone a gift that is black or purple, since they are generally mourning colors. Brazilian citizens also always arrive early for events and dinners. Another tradition is getting manicures. Women and men do for formal dress events. Brazil holds many interesting traditions.