Etiquette Quiz Step 1 of 30%Optional ItemsIf you want to communicate with me please provide the following information.Name Mr.Mrs.MissMs.Dr.Prof.Rev. Prefix First Middle Last Suffix Email Answer True or False to the following questions:1. Subconscious and conscious impressions are made within seven seconds of meeting someone for the first time.*TrueFalse2. During introductions, the younger person’s name should be spoken before the older person’s name.*TrueFalse3. When introducing two people of the same age but different sex, it really doesn’t matter whose name is stated first.*TrueFalse4. If no one introduces you, wait about five seconds, then approach the party and introduce yourself.*TrueFalse5. If a man opens a door for a woman, it doesn’t matter if he is standing on the knob side or the hinge side of the door.*TrueFalse6. While helping someone put his/her coat or jacket on, the jacket should be held at hip level.*TrueFalse7. Body language sends about 60% of our message; tone of voice sends 30% and words 10%.*TrueFalse8. Touching others in a friendly manner indicates your desire to show warmth and genuine friendship.*TrueFalse9. When you receive an invitation with an RSVP, you should respond within twenty-four hours, if possible, and definitely within three days.*TrueFalse10. Regrets to an invitation need not be attended to with the same speed as acceptances.*TrueFalse11. Handwritten thank you notes are acceptable for social occasions, but not for business ones.*TrueFalse12. Only “stuck up” people judge you by the way you look and dress.*TrueFalse 13. Men and women use fold-over notes for thank yous and brief correspondence.*TrueFalse14. When entering a reception/party where you probably don’t know anyone, head for the bar or food tables.*TrueFalse15. As long as your hair is clean, it does not matter what cut you have.*TrueFalse16. It is impossible to eat, drink, shake hands, and give business cards to others at a business or social function and still look all together.*TrueFalse17. Hold a glass of wine by the bowl at a cocktail party.*TrueFalse18. Parking attendants automatically expect a dollar tip.*TrueFalse19. When you receive an invitation calling for casual attire, you may wear jeans.*TrueFalse20. At the theatre, while being escorted by an usher to your seat, the woman always walks down the aisle first.*TrueFalse21. You can always tell a great deal about an individual by the way he/she dines.*TrueFalse22. If you are lunching with two guests, seat yourself between them.*TrueFalse23. The correct way to eat a roll is to butter the whole roll and then eat it in 3 or 4 large bites.*TrueFalse24. The European style of dining is called Zig Zag style.*TrueFalse 25. In a restaurant the Soup du Jour changes daily.*TrueFalse26. Coquilles St. Jacques is really just a fancy seafood dish.*TrueFalse27. If your napkin falls off your lap, kick it under the table and ask the waiter for another one.*TrueFalse28. If you are eating a messy meal (e.g. spare ribs) it is perfectly all right to tuck your napkin under your chin.*TrueFalse29. Elbows are sometimes permitted on the table.*TrueFalse30. While attending dinner with friends or business associates and you are very hungry, it is acceptable for you to order an appetizer even if your friends or business partners do not.*TrueFalse31. Should you need to excuse yourself mid-way through a meal (to visit the washroom), place your napkin on your chair and this will indicate to the waiter/waitress that your meal is not yet finished.*TrueFalse32. You are a dinner guest at someone’s house and discover that the main course is something you simply cannot eat. In this situation it is perfectly acceptable to ask your host to find something more suitable for you to eat.*TrueFalse33. Your place is set with several forks and spoons of various sizes and you are confused about which utensil to use as dinner is served. In this situation it is perfectly acceptable to ask your host which utensils to use.*TrueFalse34. When you are hosting a lunch/dinner and the check comes and it appears that you may have been overcharged, it is perfectly acceptable to call the waiter over to discuss the bill while at the table.*TrueFalse35. After attending a special dinner party with a gracious host, it is acceptable to send an e-mail or text the following day, in lieu of a written thank you note to extend your appreciation and thanks.*TrueFalseEmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.