Dating etiquette in england
8) Tipping Tipping is not expected in the UK, in the way it is in the United States or Canada, but is much appreciated.It is not necessary to tip at all in taxis, but it is customary to round up to the nearest pound on metered taxi journeys, more as a convenience than a tip.Nevertheless, if someone says to drop in at anytime, feel free to do so as long as it is not in the middle of the night.When you go into someone’s house, do take your hat off (men only).Introduce a younger person to an older person, that is, introduce a person of lower status to a person of higher status.When two people are of similar age and rank, introduce the one you know better to the other person. During Birthday and Christmas celebrations, it is common for the British to exchange gifts between family members and close friends.It usually takes some effort at first to build relationships, but once built it could last over a long period of time.
6) Dining Etiquette If invited to a person’s house for dinner, ensure you are punctual as already discussed. If invited to a meal at a restaurant, the person extending the invitation usually pays.It is advisable to take your place in the queue and not try to muscle your way to the front as this may annoy other people in the queue. The Brits are generally punctual, especially the Scots.If you are really in a desperate hurry, people will always let you through to the front if you politely ask. The Brits consider it rude and impolite if you turn up late for an appointment.Call even if you will be 5 minutes later than agreed.