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Making a Dinner Reservation - Part 1
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IN THIS LESSON
ID: 1922 Newbie
Making a dinner reservation over the phone can be a daunting prospect, especially when restaurant on the other end of the line is exceptionally noisy and hard to understand. Thankfully, the exchange is actually fairly straightforward and scripted, and with the help of today's newbie lesson to break it down piece by piece, you'll be making reservations for you and your friends in no time!
Mon Apr 30 2012 | Jenny, Greg
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|订位||dìngwèi||to make a reservation|
wéi ，wǒ yào dìngwèi 。
Hello, I'd like to make a reservation.
shénme shíhou ？
For what time?
jīntiān wǎnshang 。
jǐ wèi ？
How many people?
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