DINING ETIQUETTE QUIZ:
1. — On which side of the plate should you leave your napkin when your meal is finished?
2. — Is it proper etiquette for your wrists to be on the table during a meal?
3. — Should soup be spooned toward or away from you?
4. — Are you allowed to tilt the soup bowl when it runs low?
5. — Which bread plate belongs to you … the one to your right or left?
6. — During a dinner, which guest seat is considered the ‘seat of honor?’’
7. — What is the significance of the label “bone china” behind a dinner plate?
8. –When are French Fries not considered a ‘finger food’?
9. –How many fingers should be used to pick up your ‘finger food’?
10. –When should you use the spoon or fork that is placed above your plate?
1-Left. 2–Wrists are allowed, elbows are not. 3-Away. 4-Yes – the bowl should be tilted away from your body. 5-Left. 6-The seat to the right of the host. 7-The plate contains up to 50 percent of ground animal bones in its composition. 8-When the fries are a part of a meal that is not a finger food: e.g. fish and chips. 9-Three fingers. 10-After the entrée is removed. The utensils above the plate should be pulled down to dining position.
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Phillipa Morrish is the president of Etiquette Training International.