Word Usage Tips – tips on correct word usage, In this article you are going to learn (Civil, Polite, Courteous, Polished and Well-bred) and their usage in sentences.
Civility is something less than politeness or courtesy. It implies that
attention to other which is absolutely necessary. A man of culture must
possess civility. The deterrence between courtesy on the one hand and
politeness’ and ‘polish‘ on the other is, that courtesy has more reference to
others while politeness refers to ourselves. Courtesy requires that we must
apologies to others for the wrongs we have done them. Politeness is a
marked feature of a gentleman’s character. Polish refers even mare
completely to ourselves than politeness. A man of polished manners is
loved by all. Well-bred implies. general propriety of behavior. A well
bred person will behave politely towards others.