No that would be incorrect. A great example of formal for you would be Korean honorifics. "It is formal to address your elders a certain way." Most of the time though in english we use the word formal like this: "Tonight's dinner in the grand ballroom is going to be formal with the gentelmen wearing tuxedos and the women wearing full-length gowns. "
May 8, 2016
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