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This week I've been through a quintessential brazilian situation when I required a constructor to come to my place in order to comission a service.
He behaved really arrogantly since his arrival at my door, and I know it had to do with the way I was dressed. I was doing house chores and not worried about my looks.
My house has also been very messy these days, because I'm in the middle of a renovation, and he made it very clear his disapproval of my lack of neatness. He simply regreted spending his time coming here, and showed it by not paying attention to the conversation. While I was explaining the job, he was chatting on his cell. In Brazil, many people believe you can't afford sofisticated things unless you show off.
I took him to my bedroom, and that's where he made the most offensive of the comments: 'What is this room? The maid's?"
It's offensive because we have this maid culture in here. In the past, many maids lived with the families they worked for - likeness with slavery is not a mere coincidence - and there was a 'maid's bedroom' in the house, usually tiny and with no windows, located close to the kitchen and the laundry room.

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I'm presuming he won't be getting the job!
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( Looks ) [Never Judge a Book by its Cover]
This week I've been through a quintessential brazilian Brazilian situation when I required a constructor tradesman to come to my ( place ) [home] in order to comission commission a service.
He behaved really arrogantly
since his arrival from the moment he arrived at my door, and I know it had to do with the way I was dressed. I was doing house (housework) [ chores around the house] and not ( worried ) [concerned] about my looks.
My house has also been very messy these days, because I'm in the middle of a renovation, and he made it very clear his disapproval of my lack of neatness. He simply
regreted regretted spending his time coming here, and showed it by not paying attention to the conversation. While I was explaining the job, he was chatting on his cell phone . In Brazil, many people believe you can't afford sofisticated sophisticated things unless you show off.
I took him to my bedroom, and that's where he made the most offensive of the comments:
' " What is this room? The maid's?"
It's offensive because we have
this a maid culture in here. In the past, many maids lived with the families they worked for - a likeness with slavery is not a mere coincidence - and there was a 'maid's bedroom' in the house, usually tiny and with no windows, located close to the kitchen and the laundry room.

(grammatically and understandably correct) [my suggested alternative] 😊
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Thanks! PS: No, he won't be getting the job!
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