"Lying in these situations only displays politeness." could be one option...
I like the previous poster's second sentence : "Some situations do not require complete honesty."
My English teacher in 11th grade wouldn't allow us to write ANY "to be" verbs in our papers. I feel your pain!
huh? um sorry, what r u talking about?
"Displaying politeness requires lying in situations like these."
"Some occasions do not require one's complete honesty"
These get the meaning across without the "to be" conjugation- but don't use the same verbage. Close enough?
You are stating that something exists--that is what "to be" verbs do. You could say "One may lie out of courtesy," or "One does not need to tell the truth."
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