My dilemma: Should I indicate that I understand Nepali?The man is a Bengali from north Bengal. The lady is a Nepali. The name of their shop is 'Darjeeling Momos'. All the employees of the food-shop are Nepali. The shop is a very famous food-joint of our locality.
Both husband-wife are very fluent in Hindi. They talk to their customers in Hindi. But when they came to know that I am Bengali, the man has started speaking to me in Bengali. The lady also tries to speak to me in broken Bengali.
Now the problem part. The husband and wife converse between themselves in Nepali. They give directions to their employees in Nepali. Sometime they discuss/direct to put less meyonese, use less amount of chilli sauce, less ingredients, etc. And I understand everything because I understand Nepali perfectly, although I have forgotten to speak that language.
It is a dilemma for me. Should I indicate that I know Nepali and can clearly understand their business conversation, or should I behave in such a manner that I don't understand what they are discussing. Can anybody guide me?