Check Please! How To Ask For The Bill in 13 Languages

Here is how you can ask for the check in thirteen languages. By knowing how to ask for the bill, you can avoid waiting at your table for hours on end without being given the check.

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Oouah! Hao! Haam! How to Yawn in 6 Languages

We get it: You’re exhausted. As you gather up your remaining energy to trudge to Starbucks, you’ll probably release a gust of air we know as a yawn. But instead of looking like a slightly irresponsible adult/mildly disgruntled employee who stayed out a bit too late the night before (admit it, you’re guilty), you can look cultured. You can look dignified. You can look…FUWA! We’re too tired for this.

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Lost in Translation: 4 Language Tools To Pack in Your Suitcase

When I was eight years old, I remember preparing for my first trip to a country that spoke another language. My Dad purchased a CD-ROM language course in French, learning pointless phrases such as “I am Madame Burton’s gardener.” He would laugh at how ridiculous these phrases were, as they offered no practical assistance for our trip to France. Language tools have come along way even in the last two decades. Luckily travelers don’t have to pop in CD-ROMs to learn a thing or two about their destination’s language. Now you can throw these four tools in your pocket when you hit the road to knock down language barriers and make sense of destinations that are seemingly foreign.

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Foreign Language Brush Up: Four Tips To Help You Get Into The Swing of Your Destination’s Language

When I first arrive back in Italy, after months, if not years away, I instantly become a tongue-tied mess. I’m trying to speak the language that I labored over in college, but the initial introduction into Italian could be smoother. After a few too many blank stares at people mumbling Italian to me, I decided that I needed to brush up on my Italian before touching down in the boot.

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Five Reasons to Plan a Trip to Guatemala

The idea of traveling to Guatemala might be new and a little off-the-beaten path for many vacationers in America (or other parts of the world), but there are several reasons why this half tropical, half mountainous country in Central America makes for the perfect getaway. Do you like cheap food, jungle exploration and ancient ruins?

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  • By:Suzy Guese, last post 17 Nov 2014
  • The French phrase, “Bon appétit,” is often used as a substitute for the lack of an English phrase of the same meaning. While you might hear, “Enjoy your meal,” Bon appétit is one of the most common ways of greeting someone before they chow down. As most of the country gets ready to have a Thanksgiving feast, in case you have a few at your table who don’t speak English or French for that matter, it is useful to know how to wish someone a good meal in some of France’s neighbors. Here’s how to say essentially, “Good appetite,” in 15 European languages....read more

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  • By:Chris Osburn, last post 14 Nov 2014
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  • By:Jen Westmoreland Bouchard, last post 13 Nov 2014
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