Etiquette is defined as a system of rules that tell you the thoughtful and proper way to behave with other people. The rules mainly come down to respect, good taste and consideration.
Whether it’s a dinner party, travelling abroad or writing a thank-you note, you’ll be able to approach the situation confidently after the Etiquette Project.
In this project, you’ll learn:
- What to say and how to act in various situations
- Socially acceptable behaviour for navigating new or difficult circumstances
- How to be a good house guest and a polite date
- How to act responsibly and respectfully on social media
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Did you know?
Louis XIV’s guests were each given a card or ‘etiquette’ that stated the rules of conduct for that particular occasion.