Lesson 074. Making a Reservation. Part 2.
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Let’s continue to learn useful expressions and vocabulary we will need in order to reserve a restaurant in Mandarin Chinese. We will hear a second part of the dialogue from the previous lesson. Both this and previous lessons contain a situational dialogue based on a real recorded phone conversation. So you can hear real native speed of the Chinese language.

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