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Hello.

Can you speak English?

I don’t understand.

understand

What?

I don’t understand what you’re saying.

Yes, I can speak a little.

Yes. (Can)

I don’t speak very well.

How about you?

Can you speak Mandarin?

Yes, I can speak Mandarin.

You speak Mandarin very well.

I am not Chinese person.

Chinese person

I don’t speak Mandarin very well.

How are you?

Very well, thank you.

Not very well.

Long Peace Street

Street

College Road

Road

Located where?

Where is College Road located?

Excuse me. Please let me ask.

Please let me ask. Where is Long Peace Street located?

It’s located here.

Long Peace Street is located here.

Is it located here?

No, It’s located over there.

It’s not located over there.

But it’s not located here.

Long Peace Street is not located here.

But College Road is located here.

I don’t know.

know

I know.

But I know.

Where? Over there.

You know.

Do you know?

Yes, I know.

It’s not located over there.

I would like to.

You would like to.

Yes. (Know.)

No. (Don’t know.)

I would not like to.

Would you like to eat something?

to eat

Something (a little thing)

Thing

to eat something

You would like to eat something.

Yes. (Would like)

I would like to eat.

Yes, I would like to eat something.

No (would not like to), thank you.

to drink

I would like to drink something.

Would you like to drink something?

I would like to eat something.

But I would like to eat something.

No, thank you. But I would like to eat something.

No. (Can’t)

I am Chinese.

I am not Chinese, but I can speak a little Mandarin.

Thank you.

It’s not located over here. It’s located over there.

No, I don’t know.

No, but I would like to eat something.

Goodbye.

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