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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129556: Vocabulary: good manners
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    Vocabulary: good manners


    Communicate, interact, yes! But we must admit that if this is done with politeness and

     

     

    kindness, it's all the better for it! We have to know the expressions to use to be sure to

    remain within the limits of what is acceptable and understand when remarks are made!

    Come on! Go for it!  

     

             

     

     To behave oneself 
     Behaviour (GB)/ behavior (US) 
     A misbehaviour/ a misbehavior 
     To have good/ bad manners 
     To be well-mannered/ ill mannered/ To be well-bred/ ill-bred                                             
     To have no manners 

                                                  

             

     

    - He behaved himself well

    - He behaved himself badly

    - This is no way to behave! 

     

                          

                                                         What to say to be polite...

     Polite/ politely/ politeness 
     refined/ polished
     Tact/ tactful 
     discreet/ discretion                                                                                                               
     courteous/ courteously                                                                                                      


                


     Impolite/impolitely/ impoliteness                                                                                            
     Impertinent/ an impertinence
     Insolent/ insolence 
     Impudent/ impudence 
     Cheeky/ cheek 
     Offhand/ casual
     Indiscreet/ indiscretion
     To be tactless
     rude to / rudeness 
     vulgar/ vulgarity


                        


    - To have the cheek to do

    - To be disrespectful to

    - To ignore somebody pointedly

    - To show respect towards somebody

    - To break into the conversation/ to cut into the conversation


       


     Boorish/ a boor/ a lout  
     Uncouth 
     Respect/ respectful                                                                                                     
     Deferential 
     Disrespect/ to be disrespectful                                                                                             
     To interrupt sb 


    There you are! Now you know what to say, and how to say it! Go for the test! Good luck! 

     



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