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Can someone help me learn when to say "amen" during a kiddush?

I know it’s an odd request. I’m used to reform services and kiddush where its sung without responsive “amens”. I want to be more comfortable with a traditional kiddush. Does anyone know if there’s a version I can reference that shows exactly where the responsive amens should be? I’m about to be with Orthodox friends for the next few shabbats and I just want to feel more comfortable.

Thanks so much for your help

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