英文翻譯Tipping

Hotel generally do not make a service charge ,though there are places where one is added. It is customary, however, to give something to the porter who carries your suitcases and shows you to your room. In the case of doubt, 50 cent for each bag he carries is satisfactory.In a restaurant you generally leave about... 顯示更多 Hotel generally do not make a service charge ,though there are places where one is added. It is customary, however, to give something to the porter who carries your suitcases and shows you to your room. In the case of doubt, 50 cent for each bag he carries is satisfactory.In a restaurant you generally leave about 15 percent of the bill in small change on that table as a tip for the person who has served you. A service charge not included except in some of the larger, more expensive places. If the other is small-a cup of coffer at a lunch counter, or something of the sort-a tip is not usually expected.
The practice of tipping for other services is even more varied. In large cities one usually tips the shoeshine boy, the baber, or the hairdresser. Contrary to the custom in some European countries, one does not tip the usher who shows him to his seat in a theater.
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