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Verle-Y

Verle-Y

I have found three words that say, I need, I would like, do you have the, would you get me the bill?
Verle-Y

Verle-Y

He encontrado tres meaings de querer algo. Necesito, quiero, ¿tiene usted, ¿me recibe?
sjlkh

sjlkh

"La cuenta, por favor" (the bill please) will suffice when in a restuarant.
algernica--

algernica--

I need to know in Chinese not Spanish!!!!!!
Robert-C7

Robert-C7

Even though this is a Spanish forum, and even though this might be more appropriate for the Chinese forums, I can answer your Chinese question. I think you can say either: 请给我账单. Qǐng gěi wǒ zhàngdān. Please give me the bill. or 我想要结帐. Wǒ xiǎng yào jié zhàng. I would like to check out.
Ava Dawn

Ava Dawn

There you go Algernica. Surprised that there is a Chinese expert here in the Spanish forum? You are awesome Robert!
Steven-W15

Steven-W15

Really. How often has that happened? And how can you read that stuff?! I can barely make out all the little twigs there...

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