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Manners in the family

Updated on April 19, 2013

Respect and Culture

When you are at a family function or when your family visits, it is important to greet your elders and people you have not met before. I am from Nigeria so my family always value with respect. If you have no manners, then some of your family members will see you as rude. Your family teaches you how to greet people. When I was growing up my parents told me to call elders Mr or Miss. Or aunt or uncle when they are Nigerian. Even though the person was not related to us, we still had to referred them as aunt or uncle. My parents always told me and my siblings that even though we live in Maryland, our culture is still in our house. Manners is important so a person can be great and to be a well rounded person. That is what I believe.


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