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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Do you smoke or non-smoke? Which phrase do you think you are going to use the most?

Armond
Wednesday at 11:00 PM
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Nagyon nemdohanyzo!! Nem jo !!

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Sunday at 09:08 PM
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Hi Rene,


The verb kér means two things: "would like a/an" and "please."


Egy nemdohányzó asztalt, kérem.

"A non-smoking table, please."


Egy nemdohányzó asztalt kérek.

"I'd like a non-smoking table."


So the answer is: both can be correct. I'd go with the second one.

Note that I added a -t to the word asztal to make it accusative.


Hajrá!


Csaba

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Rene
Sunday at 04:34 AM
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egy nemdohányzó asztal, kérem. / a non-smoking table, please.

Is this kérem correct or should it be kérek?