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请教“盛饭” 英语怎么说? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2008-1-5 14:14:39 |Display all floors
请教一下
别告诉我就是 put rice in a bowl
我总想找点地道的说法
回忆那些美剧和电影 好像没有过这样的说法

anyway 请教各位 感激不尽

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Post time 2008-1-5 14:16:13 |Display all floors
More food please!

May I have more?

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Post time 2008-1-5 14:29:45 |Display all floors
我的意思是就“盛饭”这个动作 如果我们咬文嚼字非要用英语给出一个比较地道的说法的话
不是paraphrase

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Post time 2008-1-5 14:38:21 |Display all floors
How about " take food"?

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Post time 2008-1-5 14:56:42 |Display all floors
Originally posted by rainbow at 2008-1-5 14:38
How about " take food"?

not exactly the feel i've thought about, it just doesn't feel right
i mean "take food", i take food to the park. it should appears in such kind of sentence

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Post time 2008-1-5 14:58:23 |Display all floors
refill

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Post time 2008-1-5 15:07:11 |Display all floors
Originally posted by simonzr at 2008-1-5 14:14
请教一下
别告诉我就是 put rice in a bowl
我总想找点地道的说法
回忆那些美剧和电影 好像没有过这样的说法

anyway 请教各位 感激不尽

First, where will this take place?  In a restaurant? -- First of all, they do not give you more rice in your bowl because your bowl is used by you,(as in a Chinese restaurant). And if they do, they will run into a health violation. Secondly they do not serve rice in a bowl in non-Chinese Restaurants.  Thirdly, they may not even serve rice for what you asked in the menu.

If you want more rice, you have to order more rice.  

If you are eating at home with non-Chinese-ancestry people, the rice is served in a big bowl, as in a Chinese or Asian Restaurant.  just say --pass the rice please.
When you take the rice out on to your plate, ensure you do not TOUCH the serving spoon with your plate.  Western habits are very health conscious.  They do not use their fork to get food in the serving plates.  You use a service spoon or fork.  In an American Chinese Restaurant, use a pair of "public" chopsticks (or 2 spoons) that is the equivalent of a service fork or spoon.

[ Last edited by edchan at 2008-1-5 03:22 PM ]

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