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Manners. Chewing. Chew with your mouthed closed always!. No. Noises at the table. Avoid slurping, smacking, burping, blowing your nose, or other gross noises. (If necessary, excuse yourself to take care of whatever it is you need to take care of.). Using your utensils.

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Manners

Manners


Chewing

Chewing

  • Chew with your mouthed closed always!


Noises at the table

  • No

Noises at the table

  • Avoid slurping, smacking, burping, blowing your nose, or other gross noises. (If necessary, excuse yourself to take care of whatever it is you need to take care of.)


Using your utensils

Using your utensils

  • Don’t use your utensils like a shovel or as if you’ve just stabbed the food you’re about to eat.


No picking

No Picking!

  • Don’t pick your nose!

  • Don’t pick your face!

  • Don’t pick your teeth!


Use your napkin

Use your napkin!

  • Don’t leave your napkin sitting on the table!

  • As soon as you sit down, place the napkin in your lap.


When you finish

When you finish

  • You should NEVER lick your plate!


More no no s during your meal

More “No No’s”! During your meal


What to do with your napkin

What to do with your napkin

  • Put it in your lap immediately!

  • If you need to go to the bathroom, you set your napkin to the right of your plate or in the seat of your chair.

  • When you want to wipe your mouth, you almost dab your mouth. Don’t wipe very hard.

  • When you are finished eating, you put your napkin to the left of your plate.


Eating and drinking

Eating and Drinking

  • Wait until you’re done chewing to sip or swallow a drink.

  • Cut only one piece of food at a time.


Posture

Posture

  • No slouching and don’t place your elbows on the table while eating

    • (though it is okay to prop your elbows on the table while conversing between courses.)


Talking during the meal

Talking during the meal

  • Never talk when you have food in your mouth. That’s just gross. Even if someone asks you a question, wait until you swallow before answering.

    • Sometimes in informal settings you can cover your mouth and continue talking


When to eat

When to eat

  • When EVERYONE at the table has received their meal, you may begin eating

  • Sometimes someone will say a prayer before eating, and then you will eat your meal.

  • Tip: When the host starts eating, you may start eating as well.


Waiters

Waiters

  • Waiters are supposed to be polite

  • Waiters are constantly supposed to check on you (Refill your glass, ask how your meal is, if you need anything)

  • Never yell to a waiter

    • If they happened to walk past your table, you tell them “Excuse me” then you can ask what you want


Tipping your waiter

Tipping your waiter

  • You must at least 15% of meal to the waiter

    • If you didn’t like the service, you can’t tip less

    • It’s frowned upon if you don’t leave anything

      (Some people don’t if they don’t think it was deserved)


Passing things at the table

Passing things at the table

  • Instead of reaching across the table for something, ask for it to be passed to you.


Excuse me

“Excuse Me”

  • Always say ‘excuse me’ whenever you leave the table.

  • Always say ‘excuse me’ if you want to interrupt a conversation

  • Always say ‘excuse me’ if you make a dinner etiquette(manners) mistake.


Topics that are not appropriate for conversation

Topics that are not appropriate for conversation

  • Religion

    • Religious beliefs/views

  • Politics/Government

    • Political views

  • Money

    • Salary


Table manners

Table Manners

  • 1. Chew with your mouth closed.

  • 2. Avoid slurping, smacking, blowing your nose, or other gross noises. (If necessary, excuse yourself to take care of whatever it is you need to take care of.)

  • 3. Don’t use your utensils like a shovel or as if you’ve just stabbed the food you’re about to eat.

  • 4. Don’t pick your teeth at the table.

  • 5. Remember to use your napkin at all times. It should be placed in your lap


Table manners cont

Table Manners (cont.)

  • 6. Wait until you’re done chewing to sip or swallow a drink.

  • 7. Cut only one piece of food at a time.

  • 8. Instead of reaching across the table for something, ask for it to be passed to you.

  • 9. Always say ‘excuse me’ whenever you leave the table.


Homework

Homework

  • Writing Response: (150 Words)

  • Which differences in culture did you find that were interesting?

  • What were these things?

  • Why were they interesting?


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