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Test: How Well Do You Know the Rules of Etiquette?

Etiquette, or a code of social behavior, in its modern understanding, appeared in the court of Louis XIV. There were many rules that visitors had to follow in front of the King and they were quite strict. Of course, many rules and norms of behavior have changed since then. However, we all should know these modern etiquette rules well because they are the language of mutual respect.

Bright Side prepared this test for you which will help you realize how good you are at etiquette and to refresh your knowledge of it.

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Results

0-3 correct answers: Alas, you haven’t done well today. You’re aware that it’s inappropriate to be late for meetings or for a man to let a woman enter first, but you have gaps in more delicate moments. Perhaps, you need to learn more about the rules of social behavior.

4-6 correct answers: You know etiquette rules quite well and your manners are good enough for any circle. You won’t embarrass your companion at a social event and even older generations will appreciate your behavior.

7-9 correct answers: Your knowledge of etiquette is amazing! Others should take an example from you. You aren’t confused about anything: you know exactly when to wear expensive jewelry, how to set a table, and how to communicate online.

10-11 correct answers: Are you a true etiquette expert? Myka Meier, is that you?

What were your test results? Tell us in the comments below.

Please note: This article was updated in March 2022 to correct source material and factual inaccuracies.
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