How to say table for two in Chinese: Liǎng Wèi

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How to say table for two in Chinese: Liǎng Wèi

Learning Chinese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say table for two in Chinese: Liǎng Wèi
Say it out loud: “Lyang Way

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Some more helpful words in our Chinese Dining Basics category:

beer / wine – Píjiǔ / Pútáojiǔ  (Pee Jyo / Poo Tao Jyo)
beverage – Yǐnliào  (Een Lyao)
business hours – Yíngyè Shíjiān  (Ing Yay Shr Jyen)
casual restaurant – Fànguǎn  (Fan Gwan)
check – Mǎi Dān  (Mai Dan)
coffee / tea – Kāfēi /Chá  (Ka Fay / Cha)
grocery store – Chāoshì  (Chao Shr)
marketplace – Shìchǎng  (Shr Chang)
menu – Càidān  (Tsai Dan)
service charge – Fúwù Fèi  (Foo Woo Fay)
table for two – Liǎng Wèi  (Lyang Way)
tip – Xiǎofèi  (Shyao Fay)
water – Shuǐ  (Shway)

And here’s how to say table for two in other languages!

Arabic–Tawela le shakhsayn  (ta we la le shak sayen)
Chinese–Liǎng Wèi  (Lyang Way)
Croatian–stol za dvoje  (stoll zaht voh yay)
Czech–stůl pro dva  (stool pro dva)
Finnish–pöytä kahdelle  (poe ta kahh dell leh)
French–table pour deux  (tahb luh pour dooh)
German–tisch für zwei  (tish fur tsvy)
Italian–tavolo per due  (tah voll' oh pair doo way)
Japanese–Futari Bun No Seki  (Foo Tah Ree Bunn Noh Seh Kee)
Korean–2in Teibeul  (Ee Yin Table)
Polish–stolik dla dwojga  (sto' leek dla dvoy'ga)
Portuguese–Mesa Para Duas Pessoas  (may za praa doo-aas peh sow-aas)
Russian–stolik na dvoih  (stoh leek nah dvah eeh)
Spanish–mesa para dos  (may sah pah rah dōs)
Swahili–meza ya wawili  (meh za yah wah wee’ lee)
Thai–Do Song Khon  (to song kone)
Turkish–iki tablo  (ee kay tah blow)
Vietnamese–Bàn Cho Hai Người  (Bahn Chaw Hi Ngui)

You have visited the Chinese culture. You have toured all the places you wanted for the day and now you are settling in for a drink or dinner. When you step into the restaurant, you will be greeted by a waiter and you will go ahead and request for a "table for two" (Liǎng Wèi). Once you sit, what next? Find out through our instant access to the Chinese Language Set.

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Fred Bane
Biography: Fred Bane is a media producer and translator living in Nanjing China. Since graduating with a BA in International Relations from American University in 2007, Fred has lived in Vietnam and then China, where he received a Masters in Ethnography from Nanjing University in 2012. Fred currently works for a non-profit organization involved in education and cultural exchange, and moonlights as a Chinese-English medical translator.
Born: Portland, Oregon, USA
Location: Nanjing, China
Website : Ameson Education and Culture Exchange Foundation

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