•ALLOW ME TO PUT YOU ON HOLD 2 MAY I COLLECT YOUR LAUNDRY, Mr./Ms./Sir/Madam 3 NAMASTE, Mr./Ms./Sir/MADAM, THIS IS ________ FROM _____. 4 NAMASTE Mr./Ms. ___________. IT’S GOOD TO SEE YOU AGAIN 5 97 6 GOOD BYE Mr./Ms./Sir/Madam, I HOPE YOU ENJOYED THE STAY/MEAL. HOPE TO SEE YOU AGAIN! 7 MAY I KNOW YOUR NAME PLEASE? 8 Night on Saturday 9 38 10 I will wear a genuine smile while engaged with the guest ensuring eye contact 11 False 12 true 13 false 14 true 15 false 16 false 17 false 18 true 19 false its caster or castor 20 true 21 room staus which is vacant by HK and occupied by FO 22 It is the list of things which is not fully operational or require maintenance. 23 cooking by exposing food to direct radiant heat, either on a grill over live coals or below a gas burner or electric coil. 24 Half board or demi board 25 Linen used to cover and protect the blanket 26 -14 degree to -18 degree centigrade 27 330 ml 28 Crazing 29 Wooden free pencil,recycled laundry bag,recycled newspaper bags, tent cards. 30 1 red and 2 blue 31 22-24 degree centigrade

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