Good manners at the dinner table

In his blog, British etiquette expert William Hanson answers readers’ questions on how to behave at the dinner table. Find out what to do with your knife and fork during the meal if you’d like to talk and what to do with both after the main course. You can also read whether it’s ‘allowed’ to hold the fork in your right hand and the knife in your left.

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Written by Christine Burgmer

27. February 2016