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Newsstand Baoting (bow-teeng) 报厅 / Baotan (bow-than) 报摊

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  Newsstand Baoting (bow-teeng) 报厅 / Baotan (bow-than) 报摊

Do you have (is there) a newsstand?
You baotan ma? (you bow-than mah)

Where is it?
Ta zai nali (tah zigh nah-lee) 它在那里?

Do you have English language newspapers?
You Yingwen baozhi ma? (you eeng-wern bow-jr mah)

I’d like to buy this magazine
Zhe zazhi wo yao mai (jur zah-jr woh yee-ow my)

I want to buy this book
Zhe shu wo yao mai (jur shoo woh yee-ow my)

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