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    Hi All,

    I'd like to know in English speaking world....I mean the casual english in daily life, how to express in English "I go to toilet to release my urine" and "I go to toilet to release my shit"....I know it's so rude...but I really want to learn how'd you say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Williamyh View Post
    Hi All,

    I'd like to know in English speaking world....I mean the casual english in daily life, how to express in English "I go to toilet to release my urine" and "I go to toilet to release my shit"....I know it's so rude...but I really want to learn how'd you say?

    WYH
    There is no need of mention that what you are exactly going to do..You can say that “I am going for restroom” or else “I am going for bio break”Or you can simply say that “I am going for toilet”Every one knows that you will go for only two major things.. if you say that “I am going for toilet” .. :)

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    Default Re: go to toilet to release my urine...in spoken english?

    Take a leak

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    Default Re: go to toilet to release my urine...in spoken english?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    Take a leak
    Take a leak is for releasing urine, how about shit? and How do you say "Toilet" in UK daily life?

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    Default Re: go to toilet to release my urine...in spoken english?

    To visit the men's room
    To go to the washroom
    To go to the bathroom
    To go to the little boy's room
    To spend a penny
    To go to the loo

    To pee, to piss

    To take a dump, a crap

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    Default Re: go to toilet to release my urine...in spoken english?

    Quote Originally Posted by konungursvia View Post
    To visit the men's room
    To go to the washroom
    To go to the bathroom
    To go to the little boy's room
    To spend a penny
    To go to the loo

    To pee, to piss

    To take a dump, a crap
    Thanks a lot teacher...

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    Default Re: go to toilet to release my urine...in spoken english?

    If you are indoors ,let's say in a restaurant, "I'll be right back" would be more proper.

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    Default Re: go to toilet to release my urine...in spoken english?

    Quote Originally Posted by euncu View Post
    If you are indoors ,let's say in a restaurant, "I'll be right back" would be more proper.

    I don't think so....If you say "I'll be right back", no one would understand what will you do.....many possibilities.....I think "I have to go to restroom" would be much better....

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    Default Re: go to toilet to release my urine...in spoken english?

    In the West, "I'm going to wash my hands" is the most polite.

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