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How should you set the table
The basic rule for cutlery, working from the outside in, we usually apply.
For a meal with five courses in Britain,
one would expect to see a small bread knife on the outside right,
then a spoon; next to this is a fish knife,
then a large table knife for meat or poultry,
and last of all a dessert spoon.
On the left would be a small fork for salads, next to this is a fish fork,
then a large fork for meat or poultry and finally a dessert fork.
Four glasses will normally be arranged at the top right-hand corner of each place setting.
These are used in the opposite order to the cutlery. Working from inside out,
you will find first a cherry glass
(it served with the soup); next comes a small wine glass for white wine,
then a large glass for red wine and finally a champagne flute
(champagne accompanies the dessert).
A large goblet for water may be placed behind these glasses.
You should sit up straight.
You shouldn’t eat with your fingers.
You shouldn’t put your elbows on the table.
You should put your dirty knife, spoon and fork on your plate.
You shouldn’t talk with your mouth full.
You shouldn’t lick your fingers.
You should say “ Thank you “ after the meal.
Butter chicken.B.1 B 4 B 7 A
2 A 5 C 8 B
3 C 6 A 9 A
Chocolate cake.C.1 A 4 C
2 B 5 B
Vanilla ice-cream.A.1 C 4 A 7 B
2 C 5 A 8 A
3 B 6 B
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