Mom Manners IQ
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Your child does not need to introduce himself to…
A guest in your home who is visiting someone else in the family
A friend’s family members at the friend’s house
Someone who stops to talk to a person you’re with
When introducing two people, you should…
Give their names only
Give their names and a bit of information about each person
Give a bit of information about each person if that person is a family member. Otherwise, in respect for the person’s privacy, don’t share anything more than her name
During a conversation, what percentage of your message is delivered through your spoken words?
It’s best to compliment your child…
When she accomplishes something new
On her character
Whenever she attempts to learn something new
A demanding child is usually the result of…
Parents who give in to the demands of the child too easily
Parents who place too many demands on the child, causing him or her to feel overwhelmed
The child’s personality type
When is the most gracious time to RSVP to an invitation?
Within 24 hours of receiving the invitation
Within one week of receiving the invitation
Anytime before the “respond by” date listed on the invitation
Two of your child’s friends gave him the same video game. When he opens the second one, he should say to the friend who gave it to him…
“Thank you! Now I have one to play with and one to share.”
“Thank you! I’ll exchange it for another game that’s similar.”
“Thank you! My mom and I will exchange it for something else.”
In the first line of thank-you card, you should…
Include the words thank-you
Pay the giver a compliment
Mention the gift by name
In the past, when people didn’t have a tissue with them and needed to cough or sneeze, they were advised to cover their mouths or noses with their hands. The latest recommendations from doctors advise us to…
Make a fist with our left hand and cough or sneeze into the portion where our thumb encircles our first two fingers
Cough or sneeze into the crook of our elbow
Cough or sneeze into our shoulder
Tradition teaches us that when setting the table and eating, the cutting edge of your knife should…
Face away from you
Face you when setting the table and face away from you when laid on your plate between bites
When you leave the table while dining, where do you place your napkin to signal that you’ve only left for a minute and will be returning to continue eating?
On the table to the left of your plate
On the table to the right of your plate
On your chair
When someone asks for the pepper, you’re correct to pass him or her…
Just the pepper, as requested
Both the salt and pepper
Either A or B is correct.
The foil around a baked potato…
Should be removed in the kitchen prior to the potato being placed on your plate
Should be removed by the diner prior to eating his potato
Should be left on the potato to help keep it warm while it is being eaten
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