If you're going to stop by the 2010 World Expo in Shanghia, China, you'll probably get sidetracked at one point or another. Any traveler to Shanghai will want to see The Bund. But if you don't know how to say "Bund" in the Shanghai language, you can kiss your site-seeing days "zeh wèh" (goodbye).
In order to make your way around, you need to be able to speak clearly to the local population, which means knowing some key components of their language. So if you "want to go to The Bund" then say it in Shanghai.
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Learn how to say:
* The Bund (nah teh)
* I want to go to The Bund (wú yóh szee nah teh)
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