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    Good and bad manners

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    1. It's impolite to go to a friend's home for dinner without (bring) a gift.

    2. (arrive) a little late is acceptable.

    3. It's not a good idea (invite) a friend without asking the host.

    4. It's polite (compliment) the host's cooking.

    5. If you don't like something your host serves, it's best (not say) anything and leave it.

    6. It's customary (not ask) for second helpings of food.

    7. (talk) with your mouth full is considered rude.

    8. It's acceptable (not finish) the food on your plate.

    9. (take) a call on your cell phone during dinner is bad manners.

    10. You can upset your host by (leave) too quickly.

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