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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119735: Good or Bad manners
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    Good or Bad manners

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    1. The manners and habits of a person tell a lot about his or her .

    2. We often form our of people after meeting and observing their manners.

    3. People like a person having good and manners.

    4. A good-mannered person tries their best not to the others' feelings.

    5. If people behave well and help one another, they can in all possible ways.

    6. An ill-mannered person displeases others with their and habits.

    7. An ill-mannered person doesn't have for the others' faults, and gets quickly angry.

    8. Bad-mannered people can't continue to be for long.

    9. It is to our to possess or develop pleasant manners.

    10. We should try to give up manners and ways.

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