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Thank you for comment. I would suggested. Please feel free to let me know if you have questions. I will be glad to help.
Have a nice day.
could you make it speak any faster, 555. Audio is way to fast
Thank you for your help. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions. I will be glad to help.
To Mary Kelley
For my part, I hear ruue mai
Thank you for comments. Steve, I really agree with you. I'm going to suggest. Marry, I already recheck the 7th, it's correct. You may confuse a bit when we repeat "yen-yen". Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions. I will be glad to help.
A question about the last 2 words in the 7th-from-top sentence (regarding serving cold dishes): It sounded as if the speaker said "dai mai?" instead of "ruue mai". Or did I hear wrong?
Phrases like ...halal?...gluten-free?....nuts?....are way too specific. Only a few people would want to know these phrases...and they probably learnt them long ago.
Usefulness is only relative to the amount of people that would be interested in learning these types of phrases.
These phrases are good. But it needs also phrases like.
What is in this dish?
Is this? (pork or fish, meat or lamb, seafood or chicken...etc)
Does this come with? (rice...fried rice, vegetables, meat....)
Your phrases are very detailed...but most questions at a restaurant are very simple.