Translation:I do not like the food here. I do not want to leave a tip.
Reported 16.1.18 "leave a tip" is more natural for this context. "give a tip" would mean "give some advice". However you might say "I won't be GIVING you / him / her / them a tip".
I left this and was rejected. The phrase "give a tip" was suggested, and this is not proper English for tipping in restaurants; this is for advice.
Idk about proper English, but saying "give a tip" in a restaurant context is definitely not uncommon in the U.S.
This is a bad example, because the person doesn't understand the service industry. The server didn't prepare your meal. They live on tips. Don't be a jerk. Leave a tip for the service provided.
That's how Tips work in America, but I'm not sure if that's how they work in China. I know Europeans basically don't have the practice at all, so I wouldn't necessarily expect the Chinese to have the same customs.
That's in your country. We don't have a pressure for tipping in Indonesia. Tipping is preference.
"Cai" can mean food, but it more often connotes individual dishes, does it not? "Dishes" should be accepted for "cai."
"I don't like the food here. I don't want to leave a tip." should be accepted. In English, leave a tip and give a tip have the same meaning.
'Tip' works as a verb on its own, 'I don't want to tip' is a correct way of saying it and to me it sounds a lot more natural.
"Tip" should, here and elsewhere, be accepted as an alternative to "give a tip".
"I don't like this place's food, I don't want to give them a tip." was rejected
The word bank is missing both "the" and "here," which makes it impossible to answer the question correctly. I did the best I could with what I had to work with, which was "I do not like food. I do not want to leave a tip." My only leftover words were "girl," "week," and "treat." It was marked incorrect. 04/16/19
"I don't like the food here, so I don't want to give a tip." should also be accepted
There's no "so" in the Chinese. What is one sentence must be translated as two in English.
"I do not like the food here, but since the servers don't make it, I'll gladly tip as much as I would have had the food been good" should be accepted