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Hangman Game Feedback

Title:
After you buy goods in a supermarket, you will say to the salesgirl...
Answer:
qing jie zhang
Chinese, Mandarin > Popular Expression > Food / Drink


Game Summary Statistics
Average Rating 2.1
# of votes 12
# of Garbage Votes 4
# of Garbage Votes by native speakers 2


Individual Ratings and Comments

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Total found: 12 !
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Reviewer Comments
Calvin Feng
(native speaker)
Rating: 0 August 14, 2017
 
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Guest
Rating: 4 March 2, 2015
 
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Danielle White
Rating: 0 August 9, 2014
 
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Guest
Rating: 0 July 18, 2012
 
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Rex Wang
(native speaker)
Rating: 0 April 14, 2012
 
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Puk Lo
Rating: 5 February 6, 2012
 
Instead of "qing jie zhang", in Italian we say "Il conto, per favore"
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AiLong Li
(native speaker)
Rating: 3 November 28, 2011
 
Instead of "qing jie zhang", in Chinese, Mandarin we say "qing gei wo fa piao"
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Guest
Rating: 4 June 3, 2011
 
Instead of "qing jie zhang", in English we say "Can I get the bill"
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Guest
Rating: 2 December 22, 2010
 
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Gill Gao
(native speaker)
Rating: 3 November 2, 2010
The given answer is a little bit too formal. You don't need to use "qing" (meaning "please" in English) in everyday life.
Instead of "qing jie zhang", in Chinese, Mandarin we say "mai dan"
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