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Asking Directions to the Toilet
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ID: 4056 Elementary
In this lesson, we teach you possibly the most important phrase to know. "Which way to the bathroom!?" If it's your first time travelling, it could be a lifesaver when you get an upset tummy. We also teach some pronunciation tips to keep in mind when saying the word "toilet" since we often here it badly pronounced, and it's important to get these key words right.
Wed Nov 29 2017 | Fiona Tian, Gwilym
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|不好意思||bùhǎoyìsi||to feel embarrassed; to find it embarrassing; to be sorry (for inconveniencing sb)|
bùhǎoyìsi ，kěyǐ bāng wǒ yī ge máng ma ？
Excuse me, can you do me a favor?
xíng ，zěnmele ma ？
OK, what’s up?
qǐngwèn cèsuǒ zài nǎr5 ?
Can you please tell me where the restroom is?
zhízǒu dào dǐ ránhòu yòuzhuǎn jiùshì le 。
Go straight to the end, then you have to turn right.
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