When I was working as a waiter we usually showed people thair tables (unless they reserved one in advance). Anyway, I would use your seceond version instead of the 1st one.Cześć,
How would you say the following:
(context = in a restaurant or any place)
1. Where do you want to sit?
2. Where would you like to sit?
3. There is a table available in the corner.
I wouldn't agree with one point Monica made here--this was (and still is) used to any person regardless to their age.Monica610 said:But if you're talking to older person that will be: "Gdzie chciałaby Pani/chciałby Pan usiąść?"
Mamy jeden wolny stolik w rogu (sali).3. There is a table available in the corner.
An additional word to what Monica said. It still is formal as you used Pan/Pani forms.SilverStardj said:If talking informally, it's better to use:
1. Gdzie pan (male) / pani (female) chce usiąść?
2. Gdzie pan bychciał (male)/ pani bychciała(female) usiąść?