Can I pay by credit card?

Lesson Information
Instructor:  Ellie
Length:  19:03
Introduction:  Pay your bill at a coffee shop or restaurant and get to know the units for Chinese currency.
 
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Discussion
Ready to pay for your bill in a coffee shop or a restaurant? Learn what to say in this situation in Mandarin Chinese. Become familiar with the particular units for Chinese currency—RMB, such as “块(kuài), 毛(máo), 角(jiǎo),” and also learn to say numbers above 100 in Chinese.


Comments
moo84 says
Hi, Ellie.

Could you explain between 结帐 and 买单 how are different to use of these words?
July 17, 2012 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to moo84
These two words both means to get the check and pay for it in a restaurant. And we also use 结帐 in some other situations, for example pay for the bill in a supermarket or pay for the bill when check out a hotel. But 买单 is only used in restaurants.
July 18, 2012 Reply
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