phr. Would you like anything else?
phr. Thank you, hope you'll come again.
phr. Would you like to try it? ("you" in respectful form)
phr. Please read it again.
phr. Where do you want to go?
phr. What would you like to drink?
phr. I don't deserve it, you praise me too much, my Chinese is still elementary.
phr. Hello (Nin is used to show respect to elder people or those of higher status)
phr. Thank you so much!
phr. Sorry for troubling you!
phr. Thank you for the trouble you've taken.
phr. Here is your room key.
phr. Here is your room card.
phr. Can you tell me where my seat is?
phr. I am so sorry to make you wait for such a long time.
phr. I wish you good healthy and a long life.
phr. (with respect and politeness) What's your surname name?
phr. mind your way; take care
phr. (with politeness) Who are you?
phr. Thank you, sir.
phr. I really appreciate it.; Thank you very much.
phr. Teacher, hello! (formal and polite)
phr. (with respect) Who are you looking for?