Which expression should you use to tell the waiter what you would like to order at a restaurant?

a. le traigo
b. algo mas?
c. quisiera…
d. de nada

Answers

Yo as in I, ex. Yo quiero un burrito de pollo, I want a chicken burrito.
The expression you'd use to tell the waiter what you want to order is quisiera.
That word literally means - I would like, after which you would say what you would like to order. 
Le traigo means - I will bring you..., algo mas means - anything else?, and de nada means - you're welcome. 
The answer is C. I know this because I have taken this assessment before. I hope this helps! :)
Clara _es_de Paraguay

_estas _ tu en Asuncion

Nosotros _ somos_ altos 


Ellos _son_ cansados.

GOOD LUCK!

For this case we have the following options written in English:

I bring you

Anything else?

I would like

You're welcome

Therefore, the correct option in this case when ordering anything in a restaurant is given by:

I would like

The translation of this expression in Spanish is:

Quisiera

An expression that you should use to tell the waiter what you would like to order at a restaurant is:

C. Quisiera

1)B
2)A
3)C
4)A
5)SKIP
6)SKIP
7)C
8)B
9)C
10)SKIP
The answer is C. quisiera, which means “i would like”.
The answer is C. quisiera, which means “i would like”.

You use C: Quisiera

Example: Quisiera un juego de naranja

You use C: Quisiera

Example: Quisiera un juego de naranja



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