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Class I - A, India International School , Mangaf , Kuwait.

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Good Manners
Introduction: Good Manners refers to polite, humble,
courteous, respectful and well-cultured social behavior. A man
or women, above everything else, is esteemed and
distinguished on account of his or her good manners. A human-
being is distinguished from brutes not on account of his
intelligence alone but also on account his behavior and
manners.
Importance of good manners
A well-mannered man is respected and esteemed wherever he
goes and esteemed in whatever condition of life he may be. A
rich man or a high-pedigreed person, bumped with all titles
without good manners, is hated in an ideal society. Among
students in particular, preservation of good manners is a boon.
It is a pity that on account of lack of manners in the modern
students, an ugly and unpleasant atmosphere of indiscipline
has been created. Good manners cost nothing. One the other
hand they pay us a lot.
Examples of good manners
Say, “Thank you” when you receive anything from
someone,
Say, “Please” while requesting for something,
Say, “Excuse me” to get attention for something,
Compliment other for their good qualities,
Always knock the doors before entering other’s bed-room,
Be respectful towards your elders, and teachers,
Be compassionate towards someone who is in pain,
Listen attentively when someone is talking to you,
Be courageous enough to accept your mistake and never
hesitate to say, “Sorry”.
Always be ready to help others around you,
Clean your shoes regularly.
Always seek permission before touching or using something
that belongs to someone else.
If someone asks a question, try to respond with a smile.
Do not interrupt in between the sentences when someone
is speaking. Instead, wait for your turn.
Conclusion
We, the dwellers of this land of great and noble personalities,
must exhibit above all other things, an ideal force of character
through our everyday manners, imbibed with nobility and
spiritual sublimity.