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This paper reports on observations of classroom interaction between students at universities in Turkey and the United States. Using internet video technology, in live, synchronous meetings, groups of students in Turkey and the United States communicate about culture and daily life. When examining the presentations and discussions, terms used to describe cities, families and cultural contributions reveal differences in emotional content. Turkish students used more positively evaluative termsfatcat:vbhta7czqraczafxgny7rfpf4a