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I'm really full! Newbie

I'm really full!
Jenny,  Ken
food, etiquette

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    While on your side of the world a “waving one hand while the other rests on the belly” gesture indicates “no more,” here it’s taken more as a challenge. Now, feel free to either use the previous lesson on “throwing up,” or perhaps unbutton that brain for one more helping of ChinesePod. In this podcast, learn how to insist, in Mandarin Chinese, that you’re really, really full.

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