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    Default manners

    Is manner always plural?

    which one is correct?
    Chewing with your mouth opening is a bad manner
    Chewing with your mouth opening is a bad manners
    Chewing with your mouth opening is bad manners

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: manners

    "bad manners" is always plural; However it shold be "Chewing with your mouth open is bad manners".

    You could say " Chewing with your mouth open is a bad habit".

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