In this chapter, you'll learn Chinese words necessary to order a cup of coffee or tea at a Chinese café. You'll also be able to point to any item and order it, without even knowing the Chinese word for it. Ordering from a Chinese waitress need not be too stressful once you learn Mandarin Chinese words required to make yourself understood.
Coffee companies in China are reporting seeing the Western trend of having a morning coffee becoming established. Other commentators have dismissed the growth of coffee in China as a 'fad' that will fade in the near future! For now, you'll have no problem finding a place to get your coffee fix while in China.
About our Type Phrase Exercises
Learn Chinese phrases by practising listening to and typing Chinese full sentences that you hear.
The large amount of different sentences and questions that you can understand and create becomes evident
in this experience. Our Write Chinese Phrases exercises enable you to practice and learn Chinese online
without the need to purchase or install other software or attend offline practice sessions. You can quickly
learn Chinese free by attempting our first 10 free chapters including our various multimedia exercises.
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