Terrible sorry - but Britain's famed politeness may be a myth (Main…
Terrible sorry - but Britain's famed politeness may be a myth
Thus the source reliable :
The Guardian is a British daily newspaper. Plus the author is expert in this case (polittenes)
Are main idea
supported with . fact or merely
Support with fact
eg: "...the most apt to voice appreciation were the were the two western Europe : Italy (13.5% ) and Britain (14.5%)
Based on the article tittle "Terrible sorry - but Britain's famed politeness may be a myth" it shown that its the really expressed their gratitude.
The writer how she amused with the manners of people in Brigton ["There to my suprise , i learned English shop assistant can begin an interaction with "thank you"."]
Message that author want to convey to reader .
The writer want to discussed about the use of polite word "thanks" , "thank you" and "sorry " in Britain compared to other several country . And the purpose with situation of using that words.And sometime the use of the words can became double meaning.
She said that the use some word to describe their politeness, it shown that the article wrote by him is want to discuss about politeness, [‘we use these words because we’re so polite’].
She go for the article because at the end of the article of the article she stated that most of the English speaker in Britain used the word for the double meaning ["The prevalence of thanks in English-speaking culture doesn't show you care about others."]
Prof M.Lynne Murphy is the Professor of Linguistics in University of Sunssex .She had done several research and expertise and of it is politeness . she also write article for The Guardian
Date of the article published :
26 May 2018
Is this current
Yes. The article had been wrote quit a while and this year . Plus the social culture nowdays give a bad influence in politteness.
Main idea and arguments
At certain country the use of this word is hard to say and hear (Ecuador) .
At certain country this kind of word had been used daily and became routine , plus they may start a conservation with "thank you" and this polite word also been written in a receipt.
The use of polite word "thanks" , "thank you" and "sorry " in Britain compared to other several country . And the purpose with situation of using that words. (most of the time author compared Britain with America.
In Britain it became the national reputation for goods manner
At very young age a person can became polite.
The politeness of somebody is depend it own habit
The "thanks " can became double meaning .
Britons use "thank" more in certain situations
Britain is famed anywhere for "unrelenting politeness"
In Britain there have some implicit self-congratulations; we use these words because we are polite and the others are not .
With the double meaning of these words the author conclude that the Britain's famed of the politeness may be myth.
At young age someone can became polite
It shown that the politeness can be taught even for kids and the best time to teach them about manners
The "thanks" word can became double meaning
sometime the polite word used to refuse somebody help , plus at same time it means he/she didn't trust to a person offered the help.