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For here or to go?

No matter what kind of food you order, "for here or to go" is must-to-learn sentence.
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The question you will get asked the most in drink shops is that
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內用(nèi yòng)means for here 還是(hái shì)means or 外帶(wài dài)is to go 內用還是外帶 (Nèi yòng hái shì wài dài) For here or to go Do you remember what the girl said in the dialogue of this week Of course, she said
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It means, she want to get drink to go and also use eco-friendly cup to protect the environment 環保(huán bǎo) 環保杯(huán bǎo bēi) Nowadays in Taiwan, to protect environment, many shops do not offer straws for free so you have to pay for it Be well-prepared for it if you are coming to Taiwan soon Wow
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You have so many stuff, you really love the earth
The question you will get asked the most in drink shops is that: “For here or to go?” It is must-to-learn sentence if you want to order a drink in Taiwan. Are you ready to learn it?
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