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Chinese Mini-test: What would you like to have? (Beginner)

Jun. 2, 2011

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

At a restaurant:

               Qǐng wèn chī diǎnr shénme?
Waitress: 请   问     吃   点儿     什么?
                What would you like to have?

                ____ yí gè Tángcùlǐjǐ hé yí gè Gōngbǎojīdīng.
Guest:      ____一 个 糖醋里脊 和 一 个    宫保鸡丁。 
                A plate of sweet and sour pork and a plate of Kungpao Chicken.

A. 买 (mǎi)
B. 要 (yào)
C. 去 ()
D. 想 (xiǎng)

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Comments

Yes, B is right. I teach students through free online Chinese lessons. 要 is a term most frequently used in the restaurants in China.

But I think it should be B since I have heard my Chinese friends using this term.

I think D is right. I learned that 想 means to want from free online Chinese materials

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