Yes, some do. It's not the norm in my experience but my ds has some kids with very concerning behaviour in his grade and the teacher is overwhelmed. Our experience when Dh volunteered for Beavers (like Scouts here) were some who had no problem telling dh and the other leaders to go "F' themselves
Incidentally some of these same boys are in his class and it's been an interesting year I'll tell you.
Now these are pretty extreme cases. They just all happen to be in my sons grade so it's following us year to year and getting worse. In a nutshell I will say no, it isn't normal. I do daycare and while some kids may argue back if you tell them something "I don't wannna clean up now!!" or "We already had this for snack this week!" it's really minor, normal kid stuff. It's corrected easily and they are all decent kids.
When I relate to people some of the stuff that goes on in ds's class they look at me like I have two heads so I don't think it's the norm. For example the kid who brought a pot plant for 3rd grade "bring something from nature" day.
Sorry.. I got wordy. Generally I would say no, it's not typical, but you're going to have a few who aren't taught it's unacceptable to speak to adults rudely.