Shake hands when you meet someone.
Make direct eye contact with the person you are speaking with.
Unless the movie theater is crowded, do not sit right next to someone.
Do not stand close enough to a stranger to touch arms or hips. Don't invade someone's personal space.
Do not curse in polite conversation and always avoid racist or discriminatory comments.
Do not pick your nose in public and if you must burp or fart say "excuse me."
Be kind to the elderly, like opening a door or giving up your seat.
If there is a line, go to the back of the line instead of pushing or cutting your way to the front.
If you hit or bump into someone by accident, say "I'm sorry."
If someone sneezes near you, say "bless you."
When at someone else's home, ask permission to do things such as turning on the television or using the bathroom.
Flush the toilet after use and always wash your hands when finished.
Say "please" when asking for something and say "thank you" when someone does something for you.
Call to let someone know you will be late or are not going to show up for an appointment.
Dress appropriately for the environment you are in.
Don't interrupt someone while they are talking. Wait for them to finish and then take your turn.