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Etiquette

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Jai Bee

on 13 April 2010

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Transcript of Etiquette

Etiquette Definition
Etiquette:
(pronounced [,eti'ket]) is a code of behavior that delineates expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group.

Showing good manners and conducting one's self appropriately. Table Etiquette basics Unfold your napkin in your lap before you start eating.

Sit up straight when you eat. Bring the food to your mouth rather than bending toward the food.

Avoid putting your elbows on the table.

Avoid making noises with your mouth while eating.

Dip soup away from you in the soup bowl.

If you feel a cough or sneeze coming on cover your mouh with a napkin od handkerchief. If it continues, excuse yourself from the table.

Do not lean across your neighbor to get food dishes.
Push peas and other difficult food items onto your fork with a knife.

Remove unedible food items from your mouth with the utensil you are eating with. Place the food back on your plate and cover it with other food on your plate. DO NOT SPIT IN A NAPKIN!!

Never comb hair or do make-up at the table.

Signfy you are done eating by placing your knife acrodd your plate. Fold your napkin and plaeceit o the left of your plate.

Wait for others to finish efore leaving the table.

Your Myths About Etiquette http://bookbuilder.cast.org/library.php
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