Table Manners

Table manners are the rules used while eating, which may also include the use of utensils. Different cultures observe different rules for table manners. Each family or group sets its own standards for how strictly these rules are to be enforced.

Top Table Manners for Kids
  • Come to the table with clean hands and face.
  • Put your napkin on your lap.
  • Start eating when everyone else does—or when given the okay to start.
  • Stay seated and sit up straight.
  • Keep elbows (and other body parts!) off the table while eating.
  • Chew with your mouth closed and don’t talk until you’ve swallowed.
Good basic table manners are important because they ensure that both guests and hosts are comfortable at the tableTable manners are mostly common sense. … It is very useful to show our good manner in the table in front of the people. Using table manners shows the people that you are eating with that you are polite.
In 1611, Thomas Coryat, an English traveler who adopted the custom of using a fork when in Italy, wrote how his compatriots made fun of him on his return. It was only in the 18th century that guides to manners required the use of a fork as an individual implement.
Dont pick your teeth, excuse yourself and take care of the problem in the privacy of the restroom. Dont put your utensils back on the table once they have been used. Dont push your plate away from you when you have finished eating. Dont gesture with your knife, fork or spoon in your hand.
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