Adrian Fernand – Australia’s most stylish Agony Uncle and commentator on etiquette and social protocol – continues his tongue-firmly-in-cheek Grammar 101 series to help those finding it difficult to distinguish between paying something a compliment and what suits it…
Keeping favour and being favourable mightnâ€™t seem all that different from each other, but itâ€™s just one letter that separates both. Something might suit another thing, but that doesnâ€™t necessarily mean that you should tell it so. Confused? In todayâ€™s Grammar 101, we clear up the difference between politesse and accompaniment in a handy and easy-to-remember diagram.
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