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    Informal dinner does not have formal dinning ettiquette to follow.

    1) We are just having an informal dinner with close friends so there is no need to conduct myself so formally at the dinner.
    2) Informal dinner does not have formal dinning ettiquette to follow.
    3) Informal dinner have informal dinning ettiquette whereas formal dinner have formal dinning ettiquette

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    Re: Informal dinner does not have formal dinning ettiquette to follow.

    What is your question?

    b

    PS The words are 'dining' and 'etiquette'.

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