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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127425: Vocabulary: behaving
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    Vocabulary: behaving

    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... 


     To behave 
     To misbehave                                                                                                   




    - 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



     Polite/ politely 
     Refined/ polished 
     Tact/ tactful
     Discreet/ discretion  
     Courteous towards / courteously                                                                    



     Impolite/ impolitely                                                                                       
     Impertinent/ an impertinence         
     Insolent/ insolence 
     Impudent/ impudence 
     Cheeky/ cheek
     Offhand/ casual 
     Indiscrete/ indiscretion
     To be tactless
     Rude to
     Rudeness/ coarseness
     Vulgar/ vulgarity 
     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




                                                 Misbehaving kids

    Good manners open doors and bring you smiles! 

    But you know that well! Go for the test trustfully!  


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    1. 'I didn’t appreciate the way Tom during the party. He was quite rude!'

    2. 'You don’t have to worry! The kids here are and eager to learn. Teaching them will be a pleasure.'

    3. 'If you ask your questions very , you’re sure to get an answer.'

    4. 'Don’t be so to your employees and they will respect you for it.'

    5. 'Good morning! Am I ?' 'Not at all, you’re not! I have plenty of time to talk now if you fancy it.'

    6. 'You’ve been your friend and should apologise when you see her again.'

    7. Matt can be quite , and often hurt people without knowing it.

    8. Tim always has a attitude to his team-workers. He's much appreciated.

    9. These kids are very and will not disappoint you.

    10. must not be used here; they might offend the people who hear them.


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