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Test: U.S. Culture and Etiquette Test

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What is the difference between the US and European style of using a knife and fork?
In the US style, the fork is always in your right hand. In the European or "Continental" style, the fork is always in the left hand.
In the US style, the fork is in your left hand while cutting, then switches to your right hand to pick up and eat. In the European or "Continental" style, the fork is always in the left hand.
In the US style, the fork is in your right hand while cutting, then switches to your left hand to pick up and eat. In the European or "Continental" style, the fork is always in the left hand.
In the US style, the fork is in your right hand while cutting, then switches to your left hand to pick up and eat. In the European or "Continental" style, the fork is always in the right hand.
In the European or "Continental" style, the fork is in your left hand while cutting, then switches to your right hand to pick up and eat. In the US style, the fork is always in the left hand.
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