In the hierarchy of language learning, there are the 'haves' and the 'havenots.' The 'haves' are those that know how to ask for something. The 'havenot' is that guy over there wildly gesturing, grunting, pointing and flailing at the laoban. In China, of course, as a 'have', you may find you can't always get what you want; but if you try you can get what you need... by listening to this Mandarin lesson.


Maturity: General
Native: English, Target: Chinese (Mandarin)
Hosts: Ken, Jenny
Topics: beer, food, shopping
Function: asking_questions
Grammar: to_have

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