All kinds of manners
group members： ：
Chen Yangyang Wen Xiaoyan Huang Xiaofang
? 1.American Table Manners （美国 人的餐桌礼仪 ） ? 2.Everyday Manners For Office Life 办
公室日常礼仪） （办公室日常礼仪） ? 3.Chinese Manners（中国的礼节） （中国的礼节） ? 4.Japanese Manners（日本的礼节） （日本的礼节）
? American Table Manners ? （美国人的餐桌礼仪 ）
American Table Manners
? General manners while dining ? When a dish is offered from a serving dish (a.k.a. family style), as is the traditional manner, the food may be passed around or served by a host or staff. If passed, you should pass on the serving dish to the next person in the same direction as the other dishes are being passed. Place the serving dish on your left, take some, and pass to the person next to you. You should consider how much is on the serving dish and not take more than a proportional amount so that everyone may have some. If you do not care for any of the dish, pass it to the next person without comment. If being served by a single person, the server should request if the guest would like any of the dish. The guest may say "Yes, please," or "No, thank you."
? When serving, serve from the left and pickup the dish from the right. Beverages, however, are to be both served as well as removed from the right-hand side. ? Dip your soup spoon away from you into the soup. Eat soup noiselessly, from the side of the spoon. When there is a small amount left, you may lift the front end of the dish slightly with your free hand to enable collection of more soup with your spoon. ? If you are having difficulty getting food onto your fork, use a small piece of bread or your knife to assist. Never use your fingers or thumb.