APEBERU                       JUNE 28, 2012                              LIMA                           TOPIC III         ...
INVITATIONS R.S.V.P. - Répondez, s’il vous plaît - Telephone: 451 XXXXFrench acronym for responding if you accept or reje...
GUEST LIST a. Affinities: cultural, intellectual, labour b. Restrictions: dietary, religious, personal (a  newly divorce...
PREPARING THE TABLEGlasses          Sitting    Wine & Champagne
Cutlery, glasses and dish ware
“Good manners TABLE MANNERS best education               will open doors that the            cannot.” - Clarence ThomasYou...
Main course knife   Main course knifeand fork at rest     and fork finished
GOOD TABLE MANNERS          How to Follow British Table Manners Manners are possibly the cornerstone of British society  ...
THE MENUFAST FOOD?       HEALTHY FOOD?
A toast CHEERS! TCHIN, TCHIN! KAN PAI ! À VOTRE SANTÉ! (in birthdays, ceremonies, never  at table) PROST!            ...
TOASTS: Cheers!
Other toastsGabriela Basurco Espezùa
DRINKS
GLASSES Glasses on the  table: Left: water Then: red wine Next: white wine Right: champagne Avoid placing broken  or ...
Gabriela Basurco Espezùa
The diagram below is your guide when arranging          your formal place settings:                        1- Napkin 2- Sa...
SOME DO’S AND DON’TS AT TABLEDo unfold your napkin when host unfolds his/her napkin.Do keep elbows off the table.Do wai...
Behaviour                            Sit up straight                            Visible hands                           ...
Gabriela Basurco Espezùa
Gabriela Basurco Espezùa
Gabriela Basurco Espezùa
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  1. 1. APEBERU JUNE 28, 2012 LIMA TOPIC III THE TABLELecturers: Ing. Margarita Mondragón Mag. Gabriela Basurco Espezúa
  2. 2. INVITATIONS R.S.V.P. - Répondez, s’il vous plaît - Telephone: 451 XXXXFrench acronym for responding if you accept or reject aninvitation S.S.C. Se suplica contestar (Please answer) S.E. - Solo excusas (Only excuses) – Telephone: 556 XXXX P.M. - (pour mémoire = reminder ). If the invitation was made by telephone, is customary to send a card to confirm it with the initials PM Reply as soon as you receive an invitation
  3. 3. GUEST LIST a. Affinities: cultural, intellectual, labour b. Restrictions: dietary, religious, personal (a newly divorced couple, for example) c. Send out invitations in advance d. Make sure that everyone will come and if one fails at the last minute, you can invite a close relative e. Any other?
  4. 4. PREPARING THE TABLEGlasses Sitting Wine & Champagne
  5. 5. Cutlery, glasses and dish ware
  6. 6. “Good manners TABLE MANNERS best education will open doors that the cannot.” - Clarence ThomasYou will notice that your bread plate and knife are to your left.
  7. 7. Main course knife Main course knifeand fork at rest and fork finished
  8. 8. GOOD TABLE MANNERS How to Follow British Table Manners Manners are possibly the cornerstone of British society and table manners are no exception. Most Brits strictly follow table manners, as they are rigorously scrutinized in British culture, particularly when eating out and at social events. If you are traveling to Britain, it pays to be aware of and follow British table manners or you could risk appearing rude and vulgar to the natives. eHow Culture & Society Editor
  9. 9. THE MENUFAST FOOD? HEALTHY FOOD?
  10. 10. A toast CHEERS! TCHIN, TCHIN! KAN PAI ! À VOTRE SANTÉ! (in birthdays, ceremonies, never at table) PROST! Gabriela Basurco Espezùa
  11. 11. TOASTS: Cheers!
  12. 12. Other toastsGabriela Basurco Espezùa
  13. 13. DRINKS
  14. 14. GLASSES Glasses on the table: Left: water Then: red wine Next: white wine Right: champagne Avoid placing broken or dispaired glasses Gabriela Basurco Espezùa
  15. 15. Gabriela Basurco Espezùa
  16. 16. The diagram below is your guide when arranging your formal place settings: 1- Napkin 2- Salad fork 3- Dinner fork 4- Dessert fork & spoon 5- Bread and butter plate with spreader 6- Dinner plate 7- Dinner knife 8- Teaspoon 9- Soup spoon 10- Cocktail fork 11- Water glass 12- Wine glass (red wine) 13- Wine glass (white wine) 14- Coffee cup and saucer
  17. 17. SOME DO’S AND DON’TS AT TABLEDo unfold your napkin when host unfolds his/her napkin.Do keep elbows off the table.Do wait until your host is seated and served before eatingDon’t use profanity for any reason.Don’t talk about controversial subjects such as politicsand religion.Do turn off cell phones before meal begins.Do pass food from the left to the right.Don’t use a toothpick or apply makeup at the table.Don’t leave your spoon in your soup bowl or cup.Dont blow on your food to cool it off. If it is too hot to eat,wait.
  18. 18. Behaviour  Sit up straight  Visible hands  Napkin on lap  Cell phone off  Eating and drinking in moderation  Tobacco bannedGabriela Basurco Espezùa
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