(politeness and impoliteness) every society encourages politeness, but against impoliteness, polite people will get a lot of support, while those who are impolite will get a lot of support. Everyone likes a polite person to be welcomed in public places such as shops, a polite salesman is likely to make a good deal, and the teacher will finish his work smoothly and happily If you ask for help in a polite class, you should pay attention to your politeness. Almost everyone likes to serve polite people.
On the contrary, no one likes impolite people. We don't like spitting everywhere. We don't like people who talk loudly in the library.
It's impolite to smoke with women. Impolite people may be considered to be lacking in knowledge and culture and even unwilling to talk to them. There is no doubt that no one is willing to serve or help an impolite person.
So what should we do in our daily life? Pay attention to our words and deeds. Politeness means that you should respect others. If you respect others, they will respect you, just as you do in daily life.
On Christmas day, my friends and I had a party in my house. We all had a good time. But something unpleasant happened.
I happened to find my friend Ben reading my diary in my bedroom. I was very angry at that time. So I yelled at him.
Ben left my house without saying a word after he left. I think reading other people's diaries is very important It's impolite, but if I can tell him not to do it quietly, it's impolite to shout at others. As a young man, everyone should be polite.
When we talk to other people, if they are kind to us, we will be happy to chat with them; on the contrary, if they are rude, we don't want to listen to them. This reflects what kind of people we are. First of all, we should form a kind of polite attitude to make us a polite person.
When people talk to us, we should be considerate. We should consider the problem from their position, so that we can understand them patiently. Second, we should not say rude words.
Impolite words will destroy good impression and attitude It's whose mirror we are.