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  1、I will tell you all the things I know about table manners.

  2、Do not take your seat till guests and elder people are seated

  3、obtain small amount of food each time and do not make loud noise while eating.Take time to talk with neighboring people to create a relaxing atmosphere

  4、Upon leaving,give thanks to the host and invite him/her to your house in the future.

  5、These are all I know about table manners that you should pay attention to.Hope they are helpful to you.

  6、When helping a woman pull her chair to the table, hold it and guide it. Don't shove it againstthe back of her legs.

  7、If you're seated at a table with eight or fewer guests, wait for everyone to be served and forthe hostess to begin eating before you dig in. At a long banquet table, it's OK to start whenseveral people are seated and served.

  8、All things not having to do with food should remain off the table: keys, clutch bags, cigarettepacks, sunglasses, BlackBerrys.

  9、Don't snap your napkin open or unfurl it showily like it's an Olympic flag.

  10、If you prefer not to have wine while dining out, don't turn your glass upside down, and don'tmake a big deal of saying you don't drink. Simply place your fingertips on the rim of the glassand say "Not today, thanks."

  11、If you're eating and want to take a sip, dab your mouth with your napkin to avoid stainingthe rim of the glass.

  12、Grabbing a bowl of salad or a saltshaker as it's being passed to someone who asked for it isthe equivalent of cutting in line: greedy and rude.

  13、On the subject of passing: Dishes go counterclockwise, but if someone to your left asks forsomething, you can hand it directly to him.

  14、When you excuse yourself to go to the restroom, just say "Please excuse me."

  15、When out with friends or family - even at a fancy restaurant - it's OK to ask for yourleftovers to be wrapped. But don't do it at a business lunch or dinner.

  16、Most hostesses want you to relax or prefer to follow their own system of organization by themselves.

  17、If everyone is having a good time, would it be rude of the hosts to encourage their guests to remain longer?

  18、The custom of taking wine as a gift to a small dinner party is becoming customary.

  19、Which is better-to send flowers to my hosts before or after a party?

  20、Cover your mouth and nose with your handkerchief, or if you have no handkerchief, with your napkin.

  21、When dining "family style" do you use the same table manners as when dining in a restaurant?

  22、Could you tell me a little about dining etiquette?

  23、There are so many differences between Eastern and Western table manners.

  24、For westerners, putting lots of food on the plate is very rude.

  25、Chinese people hope guests to eat up food.

  26、We will not ask them to eat more.

  27、Souping soup loudly is very rude.

  28、Making too much noisy when eating can make people offended.

  29、There is also difference about the position of tableware.

  30、Chinese dinner has some special features.

  31、It's really interesting!

  32、In China,rushing to pay as guest would be considered hypocritical.

  33、Eastern and Western table manners are really different!

  34、Remember not to use the napkin to wipe noses of faces when eating with important customers.

  35、Both hands to take their own food after food, must use his hands. A baked potato should take to become left-handed fork, spoon holders the right to food into their own folder after. Do not use a fork to fork food to the wrong sites, it is extremely impolite.

  36、Soup and bread to eat hot soup will not be blowing his mouth. The first scoop of the key role of the "thermometer", the general should not be too full scoop. Spoon to scoop from the inside out, the remaining soup can be set soup gently tilt outward. Bread to eat, we do not take up the entire bread mouth bit to eat. In line with the etiquette is to eat a small piece of bread torn by hand and then slowly mouth.

  37、don't stick your chopsticks upright in the bowl. Instead, they put in the dish for you. This is the important figure in the holy to their death, containing sand bowl or rice have incense sticks the two sticks in it. So honest if you stick your chopsticks in the job, it is like this holy place and is equivalent to the desire to die in person on the table!The spout of the teapot

  38、that is not any havoc. It is rude to set down the teapot where to vent is an important character. Havoc vent should always is straight to where nobody is sitting, usually from a table. Just export

  39、don't light on your bowl with your chopsticks. Beggars tap on their bowling, so this is not polite. Also, in restaurants, if food is too slow to reach the people will play their light. If you are in the bowling house, it was someone like insult cook.

  40、Keep your hands in sight. It is not good manners to rest them on your lap. Keep yourelbows off the table.

  41、What else to watch: Leave some food on your plate to show that the host has given you enoughto eat. Or the host will ask if you'd like to have a second helping. It's polite to mop up excesssauce or gravy with bread.

  42、don't ask for salt and pepper if it is not on the table. "Asking for any kind ofseasoning or condiment" will offend the cook.

  43、Place your napkin on your lap, and don't eat with your fingers. Don'tswitch cutlery between hands.

  44、never discuss money or religion over dinner. Going Dutch is considered "theheight of unsophistication".

  45、In France, a meal is like a ceremony. People relish it and make it's a specialoccasion.

  46、In contrast to the etiquette in Russia, it's considered good manners tofinish everything on your plate.

  47、People often cut bread directly on a table cloth rather than on a plate. Tear your bread intobite-sized pieces before eating. Taking a bite from the whole piece is very impolite。

  48、Whenever you catch the eye of someone who's eating, even a stranger, it's goodmanners to say "provecho", which means enjoy.

  49、In Mexico, dining is more than a meal. It's a social occasion - lunches are rarelyquick and suppers can last for hours.

  50、And you must say "enjoy your meal" before you leave the table。


 
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