Manners and etiquette
How can you tell what are good manners in another country? In this unit you will learn how to make polite requests and invitations.Vocabulario Vocabulario bless you courteous offensive polite Phonetic spelling UK ['kɜ:.ti.əs] US ['kɜ`:.ºi] UK [ə'fent.siv] US [ə'fent.siv] UK [pə'lait] US [pə'lait] Morfema adjectiveadjective adjective Traducción / definición something you say to tell someone you are grateful to them when they have been kind to you polite and respectful; wellmannered causing offence
respectrespectful rude stare
thank you spit
smile point please
behaving in a way that is socially correct and shows understanding of and care for other people's feelingsto feel or show admiration for someone or UK [ri'spekt] US verb something that you believe has good ideas or [ri'spekt] qualities UK [ri'spekt.fəl] US showing politeness or honour to someone or adjective[ri'spekt.fəl] something UK [ru:d] US [ru:d] adjective not polite; offensive or embarrassing to look for a long time with the eyes wide UK [steər] US [ster] verbopen, especially when surprised, frightened or thinking to use words that are rude or offensive as a UK [sweər] US verb way of emphasizing what you mean or as a [swer] way of insulting someone or somethingused to tell someone that you are grateful exclamation because they have given you something or done something for you to force out the contents of the mouth, UK [spit] US [spit] verb especially salivaused to say that you wish you had not done what you have done, especially when you want UK ['sɔr.i] US ['sɔ:r] adjective to be polite to someone you have done something bad to UK [smail] US to make a happy or friendly expression in which verb [smail] the corners of your mouth curve up UK [pɔint] US to direct other people's attention to something verb [pɔint] by holding out your finger towards it...