Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Manners"

The meaning of "Manners" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does got no manners mean?
A: No tienes modales.
Q: What does they have good manners at meals mean?
A: It might help you understand the meaning if I give you some examples of good manners at meals...:

- don’t chew with your mouth open
- wait until everyone has their food before you start eating
- don’t chew too loudly
- use your knife and fork
Q: What does I'll thank you not to answer back like that! Where are your manners? mean?
A: It means something like “Don’t answer me like that again” “Act better next time.”
Q: What does Much of good manners consists in knowing when to pretend that what is happening isn't. mean?
A: @Young0501: It means that a large part of good manners is the ability to see and understand a particular situation or certain events that happen to you, and being able to pretend they aren't.

I personally always say that if someone doesn't outright insult or offend you, take everything they as a good-natured, if ill-mannered, joke.

Let me know if I didn't make sense, and I'll re-explain it.
Q: What does I always had to use my manners. mean?
A: I always had to be polite.
나는 항상 예의가 발라야 됐다.

Example sentences using "Manners"

Q: Please show me example sentences with manners.
A: Thank you as always.
Then I answered the questionnaire.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to be bad manners.
A: "Eating with your mouth open is widely considered to be bad manners"

Synonyms of "Manners" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between he has such good manners and he has very good manners. ?
A: They have the same meaning. « Very good » might be a bit more strong.
Q: What is the difference between manners and manner ?
A: Is very hard to explain...

It also happens in another situations:

A los niños les encantó esa película.
A mis hermanos los visitaron.
A mí me llamaron cinco veces.
Q: What is the difference between manners and courtesy ?
A: Manners is acting polite.
Courtesy is politeness, respect, and consideration for others.

Having good manners is part of being courteous.

Translations of "Manners"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 1)Find your manners
2)Mind your manners
3)Mind your business
4)Behave yourself
Are they similar in meanings?
A: 1 is never said by natives. It’s MIND your manners (i.e., pay attention to your etiquette and politeness)
2 is good
3 is Mind your OWN business. No one says Mind your business with the adjective OWN. It means don’t interfere in someone else’s life of what they do
4 is good and means pay attention to how you are acting around other people
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does put your manners back in means
A: “Find your manners” or “mind your manners” would be more common reminders to be polite or mind your business.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He doesn't have manners.

💙Is this natural?

(in the relationship)
A: Yes, this is natural!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It’s good manners to return calls promptly
A: そのままでいいと思います。
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? where are my manners?
A: You said it naturally 👍🏻

Other questions about "Manners"

Q: That would be bad manners. Does this sound natural?
A: No, it sounds perfectly natural! 😊 Yes, it would be used in everyday speech, but probably only when talking to a child (:
Q: And other important manners are these. Slightly bowing or be on time. These basic manner are very strictly important to doctor I think, because I found interesting data.
Reason why patients want to change their hospital.
I picked up top 3 reasons from others. The first is doctors attitude is bad. The second is waiting time is so long. problems in Nurses behavior is 3rd one.
The 1st and 3rd reasons are both people's attitude works in hospital. Does this sound natural?
A: I would write:
There are other important manners, like slightly bowing and being on time.
These basic manners are very important to doctors based on interesting data that I found.
There are three main reasons why patients change hospitals.
First, is the doctors have bad attitudes.
First, the doctors have poor bedside manners.
Second, waiting times are too long.
Finally, problems with the nurses' attitudes.
The first and third reasons are both about people's attitudes.

Q: I want to say "thank you" with some manners...공손하게
Here is the Question^^
"I appreciate it"
Is it for when you consider yourself to be equal or superior to the person you are talking to, or to have a very casual, friendly relationship with them?
A: It's mostly used towards people that are equal and close to you
Q: The manners that we should turn off our phones near priority seats seem to be widely accepted Does this sound natural?
A: The second part of the sentence is very well constructed, but I would change the first part as follows and change seem to "seems": "The custom of turning off our phones near priority seats seems to be widely accepted." Custom is better than "manners" because manners is a little bit abstract and does not refer to a specific behavior but the conduct of a person/people in general. Hope this helps.
Q: About manners of a park: I would like you to correct this to more natural English please.
Basically keep to the right side of the boardwalk.
Do not step into outside of the path such as marsh, including not to set a tripod on it to take pictures.
Do not collect plants or living creatures, including fallen leaves or branches. Does this sound natural?
A: I would correct it
"Keep to the right side of the boardwalk" or "keep right"
Lots of us misuse basically
Do not step outside of the path for any reason. "Into outside" sounds odd to me :)
Do not collect plants or living creatures or "do not disturb the ecosystem"
Our signs are usually short and simple with not much detail :)
Very good job :)

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