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"Try it!" And "How to speak it in English

(2013-02-25 21:59:33)
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The most popular sentence in our team till now, is "Try it!" and the other is "How to speak it in English?" 

Try It!~ ----  So many things are new to us, different culture, different food, and we have our "Food Hunter" Georg, always curious about all the new foods, India food, Chinese food, Malay food, and always encourage us to try them. Some are really hard for me to eat, but still tried it. And we're all curious that, "what is the food that you don't like, Georg?" "Try <wbr>it!" <wbr>And <wbr>"How <wbr>to <wbr>speak <wbr>it <wbr>in <wbr>English

How to speak it in English? ---  A funny story, I'm with Georg waiting in the lobby, and saw some food pictures on the screen, I just want to say the beef is not cooked enough, but cannot speak it correctly in English, I used "ripe" for the meat, so Georg correct me. Then just for fun, I asked all the people from different countries, and seems there are some little difference here, the different level for meat is : Raw -> Rare -> Medium -> Medium Rare -> Well Done. And for Mexico, there is "Pink in the middle" for "Medium", and for Colombia, there is "Three Quarter cooked" for "Medium Rare", hahhaha, everyone is laughing that how comes this question, actually I need to ask such kinds of questions more frequently, then we will have much fun relating to different kinds of habit of using English. ^_^



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