May 30, 2014 =========
☆ conduct 振る舞い
Someone’s “conduct” is the way they behave in particular situations. In other words, “conduct” is the same meaning as “behavior”. Here are some example sentences:
People will often judge you on your conduct in social situations.
These are the basic principles of civilized conduct.
His conduct changes depending on who he is with.
I was impressed by his conduct.
She thought his conduct was inappropriate.
Other than “behavior” do you know any other words you could use to mean the same thing? How about attitude? Manner? Demeanor?
Any of these words are fine to use in my example sentences, so why not try interchanging the words in each sentence and see which feels easiest or natural to you.