Good Manners for Public Places

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Manners fall into two categories: those that stem from a genuine concern for others and those that are simply observed as ‘formality’. Good socialization skills require that we develop both kinds of manners. Here are some tips to help you along.

Pay attention to your appearance. Keep your fingernails clean and short. You can care for your finger nails, your face and your hair at home, but don’t pay too much attention to them in any public place. Biting nails or fiddling with your hair is a strict no-no in public places.

In getting on a bus or train, stand aside, and let those who are infirm or older precede you. Never hesitate to give your seat to a much older person, to a cripple or to a mother with a child. Avoid chewing gum in a public place. If you must chew gum, let it be within the privacy of your own room. Show some respect for the adult strangers you come into contact with. Greet parents of your friends or older people of your acquaintances with a pleasant "Good morning". Remember that "Hello!" is not a courteous greeting to an older person. Don’t throw trash or paper into the street. Carry it into cans provided for the purpose. Avoid talking aloud in public places. Also avoid getting into fights or arguments.


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