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Do not interrupt the other person by pretending to anticipate his or her thoughts

Do not interrupt the other person by pretending to anticipate his or her thoughts Do not interrupt the other person by pretending to anticipate his or her thoughts
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Fifthly, it is impolite to forestall a question or to interrupt others in order to parade one's facility in responding to everything. Such vanity betrays weak-mindedness.

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