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English is FUNtastic: Good Manners - to show respect and politeness, please use these expressions when making requests:

English is FUNtastic: Good Manners - to show respect and politeness, please use these expressions when making requests:

How to Sound Professional - Ivanka Trump http://itz-my.com

How to Sound Polished and Professional. Drop the "uptalk" and the baby voice. When everything you say sounds like a question or you sound like a little kid, you can come off as insecure and puerile. Click through for more advice from Molly Triffin of Dail

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Never knew this about plate etiquette and the signals you give with your silverware. Good to know for the fancy places we have been going lately :-

Thank God for the feminest revolution of the '70s. "You have no right to question him." "His topics of conversation are more important than yours." How sexist and this had to have been written by a man or a woman who was brain-washed by a man.

From a home economics textbook intended for high school girls, teaching them how to prepare for married life. A few ones that stuck out to me: "You have no right to question him." "A good wife always knows her place.

Left or right

Are you right or left brained? Im left brained but in fact Im more like the right brain

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