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Checking Baggage Elementary

Checking Baggage

Jenny ,  John
airport, travel, transportation
asking questions, requesting
靠 (kào), yes-no question marker

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  • Checking Baggage Elementary

    You have an inkling from a post-packing teeter on the bathroom scale that your baggage may be overweight. Your only hope to avoid overweight fees is charming that handsome check-in clerk with a batting of eyes and barrage of Chinese. That, or employing strategic passport placement to cover the scale display numbers. In this lesson, use your Mandarin to check-in your bags and curry some bulkhead seat favors.

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