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Even in the US, this largely depends on the restaurant... or more specifically, on the software (if any) the restaurant uses for their point of sale (POS) system. I've had servers tell me they can't do it by seat but that they can do it in half... and very occasionally, I've had them say the opposite... and other times, they won't split it at all. I've not ...


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You have a simple way of meeting her outside her working hours. A friend of the friends I was with there knows this girl quite well. Here's the key! First of all, work to get better acquainted with this friend's friend. Then, tell him your story, tell him how bad you want to know the girl because she stole your heart etc. This way, you can know first of ...


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How to get to know a service staff without interrupting her work? You can't. Getting to know someone via socializing/talking, etc, at any meaningful level beyond just client-customer, is something that can only really happen in non-work time. You're in non-work time, but they are not unfortunately! Trying force the socializing/situation and the "getting to ...


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This is really going to depend on the driver. Hopefully your driver will let you know how to communicate with them when you get into the car. I've heard some drivers have pads of paper they may use to communicate questions like if you'd like some water, or would like to pick a specific type of music. They may also let you know if they read lips or if you ...


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Keep in mind that whoever reads your message likely has no control whatsoever of how products are distributed, priced, or... well... anything really. They just work the customer service desk and it probably sucks for them. To be blunt, the first person you deal with probably can't help you even if they wanted to, so your goal is probably to talk to that ...


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It's probably best to ask for assistance with specific things, because "please clean better" isn't super useful if they don't realize they're missing something to begin with. On top of that, if you're looking for something specific to be cleaned (like your shower), there's a chance they'll clean something else better and ignore the thing you were hoping to ...


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Adding to the existing answer, again depending on their POS system. To make it easier for the server, be prepared. Offer to come to the register, might be easier to split there rather than at the table. If all items are just saved on the table and you need to point to the items you want to pay for, remember what you ordered so processing is fast. (...


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