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    Table manners in England

    Table Manners


    1) If you help your host to lay the table, you put the fork face up on the left of the plate.


    2) If there are many knives or forks on the table when you start eating, you must use the knife or fork that is the farthest away from your plate.


    3) When eating toast and marmalade for breakfast, you must eat the toast, then drink your coffee.


    4) When drinking, it is rude to drink noisily.


    5) When sitting at the table and waiting for your meal, you put your hands under the table on your lap.


    6)If you have finished your soup, before the last spoonful, you tilt the soup bowl away from yourself.


    7) Before eating a bread roll, you break it into pieces with your fingers.


    8) You put the bread on a special side plate.


    9) In England, it's not rude to eat all the food on your plate.


    10) When you eat your peas you must hold the knife in your right hand, your fork in your left hand, and you push the peas onto the back of the fork.

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