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    Can bringing a gift to someone's home considered a etiquette?

    Hi,
    If you are going to visit someone in one's home, can bringing a gift be considered an etiquette?

    Thank you

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    Re: Can bringing a gift to someone's home considered a etiquette?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeTyan View Post
    Hi.
    If you are going to visit someone in one's home, can "bringing a gift" be considered an etiquette?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Can bringing a gift to someone's home considered a etiquette?

    It can be considered "social etiquette". Do not use an article.

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