Among the etiquette of talking and dialoguing with people are the following:
- Do not interrupt people while they are speaking.
- Mention people's names when talking about them.
- Do not speak in a language that the other person does not know or understand.
- Do not get ahead of others, if you know the joke or the story the other person is telling.
- Avoid talking about things that disgust the other person.
There are many general etiquette and morals that an individual should adopt, including the following: A man keeps the cigarette out of his mouth when saying hello to a woman or when he passes by a strange woman.
- Allowing men the way for women in narrow places or on stairs going up or down.
- Young women give way to older people and show respect.
- Standing in a corner that does not obstruct the movement of pedestrians when meeting someone on the street and standing to talk to him.
- Express gratitude when receiving services.
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There are other rules of etiquette, including:
- Not to exaggerate.
- Not referring to people.
- Don't underestimate anyone.
- Do not leave the house with obscene words.
- Do not neglect friends.
- Not laughing at the misfortunes of others.
- Giving non-false promises.
- Not giving a gift with the intention of getting a gift in return.
- Don't talk about yourself in an exaggerated way.
- Not brushing teeth and nails in a public place.
- Not to interfere in other people's affairs.
- Not wishing for gifts and gifts.
- Not looking at other people's phones and looking at what they read or write.
- Not touching or touching others to draw their attention when talking to them.
- Not answering questions asked of others.
- Not giving the property of others to anyone without permission from the owner of the thing.
- Return of borrowed money.
- Not making movements that may disturb others, such as talking loudly, etc.
- Smiling in the face of others when bumping into them.
- Apologise when wrong.
- Accept the apology.
- Compliment people and say words of flattery to encourage them.
- Eating and speaking in a hoarse voice