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Japanese table manners(八年级阅读)  

2015-03-08 10:50:58|  分类: 八下阅读 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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        Visitors to Japan are often excitedabout its tasty foods. However, many people don’t knowwhat to do at restaurants in Japan. It’s helpful to knowsome basic table manners before going to the country.
  The most important rule of dining in Japan is saying traditional phrases(习语) before and after a meal.The traditional phrase before a meal is “Itadaki-masu.” It means “Let’s eat.” At the end of a meal, you should say“Gochisou-sama deshita.” It means “Thank you for the meal.”
  Japanese people use knives, forks and spoons to eat some dishes.However, chopsticks(筷子) are the most often used eating tools. Here are some of the most important rules to remember when eating with chopsticks.

       ★Do not wave your chopsticks around in the air or play with them.

       ★Do not move plates or bowls around with your chopsticks.

       ★Do not point your chopsticks at somebody.

       ★Don’t lick(舔)your chopsticks.

       ★Do not stick(插)chopsticks into your rice. This is only done at funerals(葬礼).

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