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Hi guys,

It's my first post here. Thank you for having me.

I work with a hotel and am looking for a translation for a set of sentences. I would appreciate anyone's help. :)

  • How did you first become aware of our property?
  • How was your reservation made?
  • Have you stayed with us before?
  • Would you stay with us again?
  • I believe 'Yes' and 'No' is 'Ja' und 'Nein'?

Thank you very much for any help!

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