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Rude Waitress Part 1/2
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ID: 3045 Elementary
In this lesson, we meet a "nasty" waitress who isn't all that friendly towards her customers. The hungry shopper simply wants to know the house special, and she replies by saying, "the most expensive one." This is part one of a two-part video series.
Wed Mar 15 2017 | Fiona Tian, Gwilym
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|吃吃看||chīchīkàn||to try eating something|
fúwùyuán ，qǐngwèn nǐmen zhèr de zhāopai cài shì nǎ yī dào ？
Waiter, may I ask which is your signature dish?
bǐjiào guì de jiùshì la 。
... the most expensive one.
nà …qǐngwèn zhè yī dào là bù là ？
So... is the dish spicy?
nǐ chīchīkàn jiù zhīdào la 。
You'll find out when you try it.
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