EAT­ING OUT

At a Tea House

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Fúwùshēng: Qing­wèn nín èr­wèi hē shénme chá?

服务生:请问您二位喝什么茶?

Waiter: Ex­cuse me. What kind of tea would you like to drink?

Lìshā: Wo bútài­dong chá, ni gěi jièshào yíxià ba.

丽莎:我不太懂茶,你给介绍一下吧。

Lisa: I’m not a tea per­son. Maybe you can share a lit­tle bit about the choices on the menu.

Fúwùshēng: Chá fēn hóngchá, lùchá, wūlóngchá děng. Zhōng­guó de lùchá zhonglèi zuì duō.

服务生:茶分红茶、绿茶、乌龙茶等,中国的绿茶种类最多。

Waiter: We have black tea, green tea, and oo­long tea. China has the most green tea var­i­ties.

Lìshā: Ò. Zhè shì shénme chá?

丽莎:哦,这是什么茶?

Lisa: Oh, what tea is this?

Fúwùshēng: Zhè shì lóngjing.

服务生:这是龙井。

Waiter: That’s Dragon Well tea, also known as longjing.

Lìshā: lái yìhú zhège ba.

丽莎:就来一壶这个吧。

Lisa: I’ll have a pot of this then.

Lìshā: Chá hěn xiāng a, kougân yě bú cuò.

丽莎:茶很香啊,口感也不错。

Lisa: The tea smells won­der­ful. Tastes great, too!

Source: Chi­nese 101 in Car­toons (For Eat­ing Out) Web: www.sino­lin­gua.com.cn To place or­der, please con­tact: [email protected]­lin­gua.com.cn, Tel: 0086-10-68997826

Waiter: Yes, please. Fol­low me.

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