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Meal Service and Hospitality SFL 110 Brigham Young University
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Quiz
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When greeting someone for  the first time, a cupped  handshake is a good way to  show sincerity and interest. A. True B. False
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When socializing at a party, it  is best to hold your glass in  which hand? A. Right B. Left C. It doesn’t matter
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During a business meeting at  a restaurant, a woman should  wait for a man to pull her chair  out. A. Yes, or else he is not really a  gentleman B. No, the days of gallantry have  passed C. No, but it would be nice if he  did
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During dinner, it is permissible  to place my cell phone on the  table. A. True B. False
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When a man and woman are  walking on the sidewalk,  where should the man walk? A. On the inside, closest to  buildings B. On the outside, closest to the  street C. It doesn’t matter
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impressions are made? A.
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course SFL 110 taught by Professor Annhardman during the Spring '10 term at BYU.

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