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In a restaurant, how do I say I want my food to go? For takeout?


solaris783 4 | 7  
22 Feb 2014 /  #1
The words "to go" and "take out" are so freaking common that there's no way to do an internet search for this in the right context. Not to mention "polish" (as in nail polish).

Can I say, "do wyjąć"?
Wulkan - | 3137  
22 Feb 2014 /  #2
na wynos
Harry  
22 Feb 2014 /  #4
Na wynos prosze (it never hurts to be polite).
Wulkan - | 3137  
22 Feb 2014 /  #5
He does know how to say "proszę" not "prosze"

Thank you!

You're welcome
Harry  
22 Feb 2014 /  #6
He does know how to say "proszę" not "prosze"

He might do, but you appear not to.
And yes, I know that it's proszę but I never use Polish diacritics when posting here.

Thank you!

Prosze bardzo.
Wulkan - | 3137  
22 Feb 2014 /  #7
He might do

If you don't know something just ask, he does know.

And yes, I know that it's proszę but I never use Polish diacritics when posting here.

I'm very happy for you that you know that but I can assure you that he doesn't so if you decide to teach someone, try do it correctly.

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