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On Teaching English Polite Languages In Middle School

Introduction

Language is a means of verbal communication. It is instrumental in that communicating by speaking or writing is a purposeful act [1]. Language is a tool for human to express feeling and deliver information, for building the smoother bridge between speaker and listener, for presenting good individual image, for avoiding awkward or conflicting in communication, it is necessary for people to know the application of English polite languages. So, it appears very important in daily life.

What is politeness? One definition is quality of being polite and another is courteous behavior [2]. It is an important part of people’s daily life. It can reflect the degree of country's civilization and quality of the people’s culture. My thesis will introduce usage of English polite languages that is not only grammar and vocabulary; English polite languages ought to be used in social communication in everywhere.

1.Meeting and Greeting People

We can improve middle school students’ English polite languages; firstly, by knowing more information about meeting and greeting people in the West. It is a great help for the student who is learning a foreign language to know some customs and manners for the people who speak it, because the language is very closely associated with them.

1.1 Greeting

When we begin to learn English, we often meet some simple words to express politely. These simple words are "good morning" "good afternoon" or "good evening" This greeting is given to one whom you know only slightly, or to any one you are passing quickly. "How are you" is usually used when you are not in such a hurry. No answer is expected other than “Fine, thank you." "Hello' is the commonest form of greeting between anyone.

(1) When to Shake Hands

It is common to shake hands when you first meet someone. But for friends, shaking hands is not necessary unless they have long time to see.

(2) Use the person's Name

It is good habit to use the name of the person you are greeting. You might say, "Good Morning, Mr.Jeck" or” Hello, John" A person's surname should be used unless he is good friend or acquaintance

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