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Values and Manners
Manners at a Restaurant

Values and Manners
Values and Manners


Manners at a Restaurant
Print Manners at a Restaurant Reading Comprehension with Fourth Grade Work

Print Manners at a Restaurant Reading Comprehension

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grade 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.03

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    good-natured, guideline, public, proper, well-mannered, order, dominate, blessed, several, swallowed, woman, pass, ribs, enjoy, minutes, reach
     content words:    Then Angela


Manners at a Restaurant
By Beth A. Beutler
  

1     "Eww. That's disgusting!" my sister Angela whispered to me. "Do you see that lady over there? She's talking with her mouth full."
 
2     I sneaked a glance to my right. A woman was eating with some friends. She was in the middle of an animated conversation. Sure enough, her mouth was open wide while she laughed and chatted.
 
3     I whispered back. "You are right. That is disgusting!"
 
4     Just then, our server came to the table to take our order. We each, in turn, told him what we wanted from the menu.
 
5     While we waited for our food, our mom began a conversation about manners.
 
6     "Kids," she began, "I see that you noticed that lady speaking with her mouth full. Did you like what you saw?"
 
7     "No way!" we answered.
 
8     "What is the proper way to eat?"
 
9     "We should keep our mouth closed and only speak after we've swallowed," I said.

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