餐桌禮儀的英文

餐桌禮儀ge英文係咩呀?

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  • 1 十年前
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    餐桌禮儀=Table Manner

    But basically, we can divide table manner into 2 groups:

    1, British table manners

    -Chew with the mouth closed, and do not talk whilst chewing.

    -Elbows must not rest upon the table whilst any food is present.

    -To show that one has not yet finished eating, utensils must be placed in the four o'clock position. They are placed in the six o'clock position when one has finished.

    -Do not play with food.

    -If at all possible, refrain from coughing or sneezing at the table, and if needs be excuse one's self.

    -Soup is to be lifted by the spoon in movements away from oneself, not toward.

    -Fingers are not to be used except in the case of bread and other such food.

    -Cutlery is used in the Continental fashion.

    -The fork is used to convey any solid food to the mouth.

    -The teaspoon must be removed from the cup before drinking.

    -Do not lick your knife

    -The napkin is kept in the lap and never tucked into the collar.

    -Port is only ever passed to the left.

    2, American table manners

    -When a dish is presented, the food is served to one's plate and then passed on to the next person.

    -Chew with the mouth closed, and do not talk when chewing a mouthful of food.

    -Do not talk at an excessively loud volume.

    -Do not blow your nose at the table.

    -If at all possible, refrain from coughing or sneezing at the table.

    -Never tilt back your chair while at the table, or at any other time.

    -Tea or coffee should never be poured into the saucer to cool but should be sipped from the cup. Alternatively, ice may be used to cool either.

    -Do not make unbecoming noises while eating.

    -Do not play with food or table utensils.

    -Do not put your elbows on the table or slouch.

    -The fork is used to convey any solid food to the mouth.

    -Eat soup noiselessly and with the side of the spoon.

    -Do not eat food with your fingers unless it is finger foods such as bread, fries, chicken wings, pizza, etc.

    -Do not start eating until at least two people are served. Alternatively, wait until the host/hostess lifts his/her fork (or spoon).

    -Cutlery is used in the American, or zig-zag, fashion.

    -The fork may be used by either the left or the right hand.

    -When serving, serve from the left and pick up the dish from the right.

    -When finished eating, place your utensils to form an "X"; across the plate, or like a clock face at approximately 11 and 5.

    -Always ask the host or hostess to be excused before leaving the table.

    -A prayer may be customary in some families, and the guests should join in even if they are not religious or do not follow the same religion. Most prayers are made before the meal is eaten. The Hutterites pray both before and after a meal.

    Never open your mouth exceedingly wide, as if afraid of missing your mouth.

    -Do not stick out your tongue while eating or going to eat.

    -Do not dive into food or arch back to consume it.

    -Always keep your legs under the table.

    -When using paper napkins, never ball them up or allow stains to show.

    -Keep napkin on lap.

    -Never ask for a doggy bag when having a formal dinner.

    -When at formal dinner it is not required to finish plate.

    -When at an informal dinner, ask for a box when full.

    -Never talk on your phone at table. If urgent, ask host or hostess to be excused, and go outside. Apologise when returned.

    -It is acceptable in most places to not finish all of the food on your plate.

    -Scandinavian countries follow these exact rules as well.

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  • 1 十年前

    TABLE MANNER

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