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Chinese Phrases for getting around town
Taxi Chū zū chē 出租车
Chū zū chē is the correct Chinese word, but you can be understood even if you use the English word Taxi.
Good Bye or See You Again zài jiàn 再见
Well, I guess this is another term that will be easily understood even if the English word is used.
Excuse Me duì bù qǐ 对不起
There is always a crowd in touristy areas. There are so many Chinese who wants to see the same monuments too. Rather than push your way through the crowd, using the term duì bù qǐ may just open the path ahead for you!
Receipt Fā piào 发票
Always ask for the receipt or Fā piào at the shops or from a taxi. This may be useful if you need to complain about a fraud or shoddy product. Also useful if you leave behind your bag or camera in the taxi. I don't want Wo Bu Yao. Useful when refusing a tout or when offered a drink too many at the Dinner table.
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