Mandarin Chinese (#6B)

This is after my sixth 30-minute audio lesson in Mandarin Chinese. I listen to each lesson at least a few times before advancing. The lessons are listen-and-response with native speakers, but below I translate to Chinese from an index card written in English. I prefer the 100% audio approach.



The English script from which I am reading, as scribbled on two index cards:

Also.
To go.
Located here.
Located over there.
How about you?
Is it here? No, it is not here.
You speak very well.
I don't understand what you are saying.
Would you like to eating something?
No, thank you, but I would like to drink something.
Where would you like to go to eat?
I would like to go to your place to eat.
Me too (i.e. I too would like it.)
Would you like to go to my place to eat?

[↑ : I neglected to include the word necessary to indicate a question, so the meaning was changed to, "You would like to go to my place to eat."]

When?
Now.
I don't know.
When would you like to eat?
I would not like to eat now.

[↑: Because of poor tone and pronunciation, I said, "I would not like to go now."]

I would like to eat later.
I would like to go to your place to eat.
When would you like to drink something? O

[↑: Poor pronunciation, "When."]

I would not like to drink something now. I would like to drink something later.