Etiquette

Manners vs Etiquette

Manners vs Etiquette
Manners can remain similar across cultures; etiquettes definitely change depending on culture and customs. Manners and etiquette are also different in the type of skills that is required. Manners are most...

Mrs vs Ms vs Miss

Mrs vs Ms vs Miss
Mrs is used only for married women. Miss is traditionally used only for an unmarried woman. Ms can be used for a woman, regardless of her marital status. It is the default form of address for women.

All The Best vs Best Of Luck

All The Best vs Best Of Luck
‘Best of luck’ is a phrase that is used in context to luck; a wisher wishes the concerned person that he stands a good chance in whatever he does. 'All the best' is also used to convey best wishes, a...

Sir vs Sire

Sir vs Sire
Sir is a polite way to address any person. It can also be used as a honorary title to give person respect. Sire is an honorary title for a king.

How Are You vs How Are You Doing

How Are You vs How Are You Doing
The two phrases ‘How Are You’ and ‘How Are You Doing’ are commonly used as part of a greeting. While, both can be used at any and all instances, it is generally considered that ‘how are you’ is a more formal...

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