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Lesson-12 Dining Etiquette Basic table manners/Dining etiquette 1. Employers want to see you in a more social situation 2. The meal is a time to visit and interact and this is always more important than the function of eating 3. Who should sit first? 4. Is it okay to sit legs crossed? 5. Which plate, drinks, salad are mine (solids left, liquids right) ? 6. What do I do with my napkin (place it across your lap, after the meal place it left side of your plate? 7. How do you wipe your mouth with napkin (no ear to ear), do not wad it if it falls on floor. 8. When should I Start, (you can sip water but not food until the host eats. 9. What should I order? (avoid alcohol) 10. How many sugar packets can I use ? 11. Can I explain about food allergies and dislikes?
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  • Fall '16
  • sumanth tadepalli
  • Lesson-12 Dining Etiquette, table manners/Dining etiquette, Licking fingers/ forks

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