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    Default manners or manner

    Q:Which is right in these two setences? Manners or manner?

    1.What basic rules of manners should we follow?

    2.What basic rules of manner should we follow?

    It's from a test.
    The original question and answer are below:
    ->What basic rules of manner should we follow?
    (A) Magic and easy. (B) Be kind and respectful. (C) Handsome and modern. (D) Comfortable and beautiful
    The answer is (B).

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