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The Penguin Pocket Book of Etiquette
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9780140271362
Pages
160
Dimensions
105 x 140 x 0mm
Released
Availability
Out of Print
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How should you set the table for a formal dinner? When should you conclude a letter with 'Yours faithfully' and when with 'Yours sincerely'? How do you address a Member of Parliament? Who should pay for a business luncheon or dinner? This book is a pocket-sized guide to the fundamental DOs, DON'Ts and HOW-Tos of life. Births, deaths and marriages; meeting; greeting; grooming; travelling; entertaining; letter-writing; shared living - here is everything you need to know to help you get by in life without offending anyone.

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