Social Etiquette & Manners
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  • Question 1
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    What is “etiquette”?

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    Formal English food

    Behaviors based on rules of a polite society

    The proper way to wear a military uniform

    Parents' support for public education

  • Question 2
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    The guest of honor for your Dining-Out asks, “What’s the order in the receiving line?”

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    You and your spouse are first, then the host and his spouse, and then the company commanders and their spouses or guests.

    The host and his spouse are first, then you and your spouse, and then the company commanders and their spouses or guests.

    The host is first, then you and your spouse, then the host’s spouse, and then the company commanders and their spouses or guests.

    The company commanders and their spouses or guests are first, the host and his spouse are second, and then you and your spouse.

  • Question 3
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    As a general rule when making introductions, introduce juniors to seniors (in age and rank).

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    True

    False

  • Question 4
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    Which of the following should you do when shaking hands?

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    Look for someone to whom you can introduce them while shaking hands

    Stand at attention and only offer your hand when the other person puts their hand out

    Maintain eye contact with the person whose hand you are shaking

    Look at the other person’s name badge so you know their name

  • Question 5
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    Which rule should you follow to receive awards or recognition?

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    Offer the right hand to receive the award

    Offer the left hand to receive the award

    Wait to be instructed on how to receive the award

    Salute prior to receiving the award

  • Question 6
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    You have to supervise a group of Cadets who will put the place settings on the tables at your spring Dining-Out. When one of them asks, “Why are there so many forks?”, what should you say is the purpose for each?

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    X = Salad Fork; Y = Dinner Fork; and Z = Dessert Fork

    X = Dessert Fork; Y = Salad Fork; and Z = Dinner Fork

    X = Spare Fork; Y = Primary Fork; and Z = Serving Fork

    X = Serving Fork; Y = Primary Fork; and Z = Spare Fork

  • Question 7
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    Where should you place a piece of silverware when you are not using it?

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    Back on the table in the same position

    With the tip resting on the plate and the handle on the table

    Separated across the top of your plate

    Across the bread plate

  • Question 8
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    Where should you place your napkin if you must leave the table during dinner?

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    To the right of your plate

    On your chair

    On the floor below your chair

  • Question 9
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    What is the first rule in social correspondence?

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    Candor

    Sincerity

    Simplicity

    Conciseness

  • Question 10
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    It is polite to RSVP to an invitation within ______ day(s).

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    one

    two or three

    four or five

    seven to ten

  • Question 11
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    After the formal event is over, to whom should you write a thank you note?

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    The event host

    Special guests or dignitaries

    Sponsoring organizations

    All of the choices

  • Question 12
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    You shouldn’t ______ or take control of a conversation.

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    sorbet

    repast

    protocol

    monopolize

  • Question 13
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    A formal military dinner for military members only is known as ______.

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    Dining-In

    Dining-Out

    protocol

    stilted

  • Question 14
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    ______ is a code of behavior or courtesy based on rules of a polite society.

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    Dining-Out

    Etiquette

    Receiving line

    Stag

  • Question 15
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    A ______ is a group of people, including the host and honored guests, who stand in line and individually welcome guests attending a social function.

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    curtly

    repast

    protocol

    receiving line

  • Question 16
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    ______ are name cards for a formal dinner.

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    Place cards

    Tines

    Stilted

    Martial

  • Question 17
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    A formal military dinner to which non-military guests are invited is known as ______.

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    Dining-In

    Dining-Out

    comradeship

    martial

  • Question 18
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    If you do not normally speak a ______ or flowery language, you should not write in that way in a thank you note.

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    repast

    protocol

    martial

    stilted

  • Question 19
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    ______ are widespread customs accepted as socially correct ways of acting.

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    Manners

    Etiquette

    Protocol

    Foundations

  • Question 20
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    A military officer, the school principal, or a government official (such as a senator or mayor), are ______ at a JROTC Cadet Ball or Dining-In event.

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    hosts

    important

    dignitaries

    not invited

  • Question 21
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    The response a host receives from you that tells them you will attend or not attend a function is a(n) ______.

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    Dining-In

    RSVP

    good idea

    monopoly

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