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    which one is correct

    saying bon appetite before a meal is a french manner
    saying bon appetite before a meal is french manners

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    Re: manners/manner

    I don't think either one is correct.

    You could say:

    Saying "bon appétit" before a meal is a French custom.


    In France, it shows good manners [meaning polite] to say "bon appétit" before a meal.


    We say "bon appétit" before a meal, in the French manner [meaning style].

    But I don't think your examples work. I may be wrong.


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