Dear participants of the project! Your profiles, messages and blog comments indicate that many of you do not have enough knowledge about speech etiquette. I want to recommend you a wonderful book "Russian speech etiquette", authored by AA Akishina, NI Formanovskaya. After reading the book, you'll learn how to behave when meeting, parting greeting, apology, when expressing requests compliment, approval, disapproval. The authors suggest to think about what is different from the requested order, who has the right to prohibit and demand. And the book not only introduces the formulas of verbal communication, but it contains a system of exercises to develop the skills to use them in speech.
Friends! Do you know how many synonyms for the word please? If you open a dictionary of synonyms, we can see that a lot of these words: application, insistence, appeal, petition, the petition, the petition; iskatelstvo, blandishment. Please urgent, persistent, tearful. Request to someone and to someone. In her relentless request. Sign in with the request (s) submitted in an institution. Formula petition: please bother, (w) if you please be kind (kind), do (Godly) mercy. And who, pray tell, who happens. Cf. Prayer and ask. to request, to besiege requests trample request smb.
Dear participants of the project! I think many will be interesting to learn the history of origin of the word "please". Bring to your attention a fragment of the article "Please!" from the book "Culture of speech - a culture of behavior" VV Kolesov, philologist, professor of the Leningrad State University, author of many books about the Russian language:
That's how the world is that each of us comes from early childhood into a complex system of relationships with other people. And in order to look decent and feel confident, you need to learn from an early age norms of behavior in society. After all, our success is usually directly related to the culture of dialogue, involving speech and culture, which manifests itself in a sufficient vocabulary, the ability to speak tactfully, quietly, politely.