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ID: 2355 Elementary
If you're a special guest at a dinner in China, expect to eat a lot of food. But when you're full, what's the polite way to say that you can't eat any more? Find out in this lesson!
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SIMPLIFIED PINYIN ENGLISH  
叔叔 shūshu uncle
阿姨 āyí aunt
好了 hǎole to be completed
慢慢 mànmān slowly
叔叔阿姨,我吃好了。你们慢慢吃。
shūshu āyí ,wǒ chī hǎole 。nǐmen mànmān chī 。
Uncle, Auntie, I'm done eating. You all take your time eating.
再吃一碗。
zài chī yī wǎn 。
Have another bowl.
我吃饱了。
wǒ chī bǎole 。
I'm full.
别客气,多吃点儿。
bié kèqi ,duō chī diǎnr 。
Don't be polite. Eat some more.
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