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Can You Pass Etiquette 101?

Do you think you have what it takes to pass etiquette 101? Are you refined enough to make the grade? Take these 12 questions and find out!

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When attending a dinner party, is it ever polite to ask for leftovers?
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True or false: While eating dinner, your cell phone should always be on silent and put away.
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False

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True or false: If eating meat, you should only cut one piece of meat at a time?
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True or false: If something you need is on the other side of the dinner table, you should just grab it instead of bothering other people.
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True or false: While being a guest at a friend or family member's home, you should always depend on them for toiletries.
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True or false: As a house guest, you should offer to pitch in for groceries if you are staying more than two night.
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True or false: It is considered rude to put salt and pepper or condiments on your food prior to tasting it.
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True or false: You should always send invitations to a party at least four to six weeks in advance.
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True or false: When not eating or drinking, your elbows should be resting on the table during dinner.
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True or False: It is rude to talk loudly on a cell phone in a public place, especially about personal manners.
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True or false: When setting a table, forks always go on the left, and knifes and spoons always go on the right.
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True or false: Napkins always go to the right of the plate or underneath the knife.
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C+, Etiquette Average

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You are etiquette average. Unfortunately, you did not pass etiquette 101. We know there are are a lot of rules when it comes to etiquette, and that can be tough to keep straight. However, manners are always important. Brush up on your table manners, guest etiquette, and cell phone etiquette. Try again soon, we know you can do it!

B+, Etiquette Efficient

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You are etiquette efficient! Well done, you passed etiquette 101. We know keeping all of the rules straight can be a trying task, but you did so with flying colors. You know table manners, guest etiquette, and phone etiquette quite well.

A+, Etiquette Astounding

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Congratulations you passed etiquette 101, you are without a doubt, etiquette astounding! You know what it means to be a good guest and a mannered host. You also know the proper way to eat a meal and how to use your cell phone in polite ways. Well done!
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1
When attending a dinner party, is it ever polite to ask for leftovers?
Yes
No
2
True or false: While eating dinner, your cell phone should always be on silent and put away.
True
False
3
True or false: If eating meat, you should only cut one piece of meat at a time?
True
False
4
True or false: If something you need is on the other side of the dinner table, you should just grab it instead of bothering other people.
True
False
5
True or false: While being a guest at a friend or family member's home, you should always depend on them for toiletries.
True
False
6
True or false: As a house guest, you should offer to pitch in for groceries if you are staying more than two night.
True
False
7
True or false: It is considered rude to put salt and pepper or condiments on your food prior to tasting it.
True
False
8
True or false: You should always send invitations to a party at least four to six weeks in advance.
True
False
9
True or false: When not eating or drinking, your elbows should be resting on the table during dinner.
True
False
10
True or False: It is rude to talk loudly on a cell phone in a public place, especially about personal manners.
True
False
11
True or false: When setting a table, forks always go on the left, and knifes and spoons always go on the right.
True
False
12
True or false: Napkins always go to the right of the plate or underneath the knife.
True
False

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