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Name: Sonia
Country: United Kingdom
hi i am sonia and i would like to say i disafree with a few things here . its not safe to hold the elevator door with hands and this artical is genderally discriminative

Name: joy
Country: Singapore
social graces in singapore

Name: jamuna
Country: India
very insightful articles. youre right!sometimes teens dont kmow what to do and so they just sulk away.

Name: Social gracy
Country: Singapore
i have been working with westerners for the past two years . i must say that kids are brought up impecabilly and at formal functions they are extermly polite and sociable practicing all the social graces mentioned in this article. youths around the world -this is a message to you your behaviour is extremley importabt in the reputation of yourself and it reflects your upbringing to a large extent . do your best socially at all times and you are painting a positive portrait for yourself

Name: savio
Country: India
if only you could get a teenager to be in aroom with you long enough for you to say something.

Name: Canada
Country: Canada
i have real difficulty with the last sentence below. ladies should stand to greet guests. how incredibly repressive! if you are out for dinner at a restaurant, and are waiting for guests to join you, your children, along with the father, should stand up as the guests approach your table. the lady may remain seated.

Name: biola
Country: Nigeria
keep up the good work, especially in this age teenagers practically lack good manners.

Name: Paula
Country: U.S.A.
this is a very nice article. while some of the particulars may be handled differently in countries, nothing replaces common courtesy. sadly many of our children were not raised with good examples from which to learn.

Name: Sonia
Country: United Kingdom
hi i am sonia and i would like to say i disafree with a few things here . its not safe to hold the elevator door with hands and this artical is genderally discriminative

Name: Nickey
Country: Jamaica
teah your children to be gracious to their elders.it is never okay for a child to address an elderly person by their given/first name. the child should always address the elder as "ms/mrs..." or "mr...". american children exhibit poor mannerism and generally have very poor social graces. they bring these poor behaviour to other countries.

Name: meena
Country: India
nice informative article.

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