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The way we behave has an impact on how we are perceived and
sometimes even judged! We are all supposed to know the rules... to
know good-manners and how to behave correctly.
Besides, laws are here to remind us of the necessity to live in harmony in society...
- He behaved (himself) well
- He behaved (himself) badly
- This is no way to behave
- To have good/ bad manners
- To be well-mannered/ bad-mannered
- To have no manners
|Courteous towards / courteously|
|Impertinent/ an impertinence|
|To be tactless|
|Boorish/ a boor, a lout|
- To have the cheek to do sth
|Respect/ respectful to|
|Deferential to/ deference|
|To defer to sb/ to sb's opinion|
|Disrespect/ to be disrespectful to|
|To interrupt sb|
|To ignore sb pointedly|
- To show respect towards sb
- To break into the conversation/ to cut into the conversation
Good manners open doors and bring you smiles!
But you know that well! Go for the test trustfully!
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