Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Openness"

The meaning of "Openness" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa openness?
A: noun
1. lack of restriction; accessibility.
"our hallmark was openness to all comers"

2. lack of secrecy or concealment; frankness.
"a democratic society committed to openness and transparency"
Q: O que significa intellectual openness?
A: In short, being receptive to new ways of doing things.
Q: O que significa openness to corrections?
A: She means she likes your ability to take feedback, ability to accept corrections.

Translations of "Openness"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? how to say "openness" in another way?
A: I don't think there's another way to say ti

Other questions about "Openness"

Q: ①I would like to talk about openness of Canadian and privacy of Japanese.
②The difference between openness and privacy is that if you tell someone your feeling or what happened to you honestly.
③So, I will express the difference with some examples.
④Please imagine the some cases I will talk now.
⑤You are at super store.
⑥When a cashier asks you "How are you?", how would you answer?
⑦In this case, Japanese tend to hide own feelings. ⑧Even though he feels sad, he would answer "good".
⑨That's why, Japanese worry about people standing in line behind them or the cashier.
⑩Basically Japanese are more impatient than Canadian, and Japanese think about bother too much.
⑪On the other hand, Canadian usually tell own feelings and what happened to them honestly. soa natural?
A: × ①I would like to talk about openness of Canadian and privacy of Japanese.
✓ ①I would like to talk about the openness of Canadians and the reservedness of the Japanese.

× ②The difference between openness and privacy is that if you tell someone your feeling or what happened to you honestly.
✓ ②The difference between openness and reservedness is that, if you are more open, you can tell someone about your feelings or what happened to you honestly.

× ③So, I will express the difference with some examples.
✓ ③Here is an example.

× ④Please imagine the some cases I will talk now.
✓ ④Please imagine the following scenario.

× ⑤You are at super store.
✓ ⑤You are at supermarket.

× ⑦In this case, Japanese tend to hide own feelings.
✓ ⑦In this case, the Japanese tend to hide their (own) feelings.

× ⑧Even though he feels sad, he would answer "good".
✓ ⑧Even though if they feel sad, they would answer "good".

× ⑨That's why, Japanese worry about people standing in line behind them or the cashier.
✓ ⑨That's why the Japanese worry about people standing in line behind them.

× ⑩Basically Japanese are more impatient than Canadian, and Japanese think about bother too much.
✓ ⑩Basically, Japanese people are more impatient than Canadians, and the Japanese worry about bothering others too much.

× ⑪On the other hand, Canadian usually tell own feelings and what happened to them honestly.
✓ ⑪On the other hand, Canadians usually express their own feelings and what happened to them honestly.

Q: Which one is correct:

what the openness rate have you got?
or
what is the openness rate have you got?
A: What is your openness rate?
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what the openness rate have you got?
or
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