CBC 1.14 | Wǒ yào yí gè shuāngrénjiān – Hotels in Mandarin

​One of the great things about learning any language is the fact that you begin to see that many constructions can be reused in different contexts. With the help of some new vocabulary in this lesson for talking about hotel rooms, reservations and room keys, you’ll see that you can use the structures you’ve already learned in this new context. You’ll learn to say you have a reservation (or that you don’t have a reservation!) and to specify the type of room you would like. By the time you’ve completed this lesson you will be able to check into a hotel in China – in Chinese!