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Inglisuri barmenebistvis

  1. 1. Englishfor Bar StaffPrepared by Manana Rusieshvili and Maya RogavaWith the assistance of the British CouncilTbilisi, Georgia2008
  2. 2. inglisuri ena barmenebisaTvissaxelmZRvanelo turizmis kolejis studentebisaTvissaxelmZRvanelo gamoica 3 wignad:• inglisuri ena sastumros administratorebisaTvis. English for Receptionists• inglisuri ena mimtanebisaTvis. English for Waiters• inglisuri ena barmenebisaTvis. English for Bar Staffproeqti ganxorcielda britaneTis sabWos daxmarebiT.proeqtis koordinatori da redaqtori rusudan tyemalaZeThe project was supported by the British CouncilProject coordinator and editor Rusudan TkemaladzeISBN 978-9941-404-30-62008 weli
  3. 3. ContentsIntroduction 5Part 1 Bar Drinks 6Lesson 1 How to order a drink 6Lesson 2 How to reserve a table (1) 8Lesson 3 How to reserve a table (2) 10Lesson 4 At a bar (1) 12Lesson 5 At a bar (2) 14Lesson 6 Can I order? 16Lesson 7 I’d like to have … 18Lesson 8 Classic cocktails 20Lesson 9 Common liquors 22Lesson 10 Beer 24Part 2 Bar Foods and MenuS 26Lesson 1 Ordering food (1) 26Lesson 2 Ordering food (2) 28Lesson 3 Bar Paradise offers 30Lesson 4 Ordering a complete meal 32Lesson 5 Coffee House menu 34Lesson 6 Menus (1) 36Lesson 7 Menus (2) 38Lesson 8 Menus (3) 40Lesson 9 Menus (4) 42
  4. 4. Part 3 Bars and bartenders 44Lesson 1  Bars 44Lesson 2 Kinds of bars 46Lesson 3 Bars throughout the world 48Lesson 4 Karaoke 50Lesson 5 Bar Rainbow 52Lesson 6 Giorgi and David’s plans 54Lesson 7 People in the bar 56Lesson 8 Funny bartender 58Lesson 9 Barmen’s competitions in America 60Lesson 10 How to make a tasty cocktail 62GLOSSARY 64ANSWER KEYS 75
  5. 5. IntroductionEnglish for Bar Staff is written for students of the Tourism College who aretraining to become barmen. The textbook serves two purposes: a. upgradesgeneral knowledge of English of future receptionists; b. develops professionallanguage skills by means of close-to-life, authentic texts and dialogues.The textbook consists of three parts. Number of lessons per part vary from9 to 10. Each text/dialogue is followed by a number of practical tasks andexercises. Overall number of lessons is 29.Level of language used in the textbook is from intermediate to post-intermediate.English for Bar Staff was piloted in Tbilisi Tourism College in January - June2008. We welcome any kind of recommendations or suggestions which mightarise during the teaching process.
  6. 6. Lesson 1 How to order a drinkRead the chart and dialogues below. Try to understand the underlined words from the context.half litre/litre a glass container for serving house winehighball glass a tall glass for serving winemartini glass������������������������������������������������������������a glass with a short stem and a wide top, used for a strongalcoholic drink made with gin and vermouthm��ug a cup or glass with a handle used for hot beveragespint glass 20 oz glass for draftpitcher/jug approximately 60 oz container for draft or waterrock glass/tumbler short glass without a handle or stem for mixed drinkswine glass�����������������������������������������������������������a glass with a thin stem and a base, used for drinking winesnifter/brandy glass a bowl-like glass that grows narrower at the top, on a short stem.flute a tall narrow glass, especially one for drinking champagneRead and dramatise the following dialogues.Dialogue 1Bartender What would you like to drink, sir?Customer: I’d like to have a glass of red wine and a pint of draft beer.Bartender: (writing down) A glass of red wine and a pint of draft beer.Dialogue 2Mr and Mrs Brown and Ms Green are at the bar.Bartender: Are you ready to order, sir?Mr Brown: What would you like to drink, ladies?Mrs Brown: Martini for me, please.Bartender: Dry, semi-dry or sweet?Mrs Brown: Dry, please.Ms Green: A glass of red wine for me, please.Bartender: Which red wine would you prefer?Ms Green: Semi sweet, please.Mr Brown: Half a pint of draft beer for me, please.Part 1 BAR DRINKS
  7. 7. Task 1. Match 1 – 6 with a – f.1. container a. pinta (1/2 litri)2. handle b. naxevradmSrali3. beverages c. Camosasxmeli ludi4. pint d. WurWeli5. draft beer e. saxeluri6. semi-dry f. sasmeliTask 2. Study the table on the opposite page and fill in the grid.containers for mixed drinks 0. rock glass/ tumblercontainers for hot beverages 1.containers for draft beers 2.containers for wines 3.containers for champagne 4.containers for cognac/brandy 5.containers for vermouth 6.Task 3. Answer the questions1. What is a tumbler used for?2. What containers are used to serve: a. wine? b. beer? c. mixed drinks?Task 4. Make up a dialogue between the bartender and a customer, using the following words andphrases.What would like to drink?Are you ready to order?pint,draft beer,semi-sweet red wine.
  8. 8. Lesson 2 How to reserve a table (1)Read the following dialogue and try to understand the underlined words form the context.Barman: Hello. Can I help you?Guest: Hi, yes. We’d like a table for two.Barman: Do you have a reservation?Guest: No, we don’t.Barman: I’m sorry, we are fully packed at the moment. But we have a cancellation at 9:00 pm.Guest: At 9:00 pm? That’s fine.Barman: O.K. Your name, please?Guest: Brown.Barman: Would you prefer smoking or non-smoking area?Guest: Non-smoking, please.Several hours later.Barman: Good evening, Mr Brown. Can you, please, go to table 12.Guest: Sure. Thank you.
  9. 9. Task 1. Match 1 - 4 to a - d.1. to have a reservation a. adgili, sadac moweva akrZalulia2. fully packed b. gadatvirTuli3. cancellation c. gauqmeba4. non-smoking area d. dajavSnaTask 2. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box.fully family-run smoking reservation cancel1. In order to get a good table in the evening you should make a …………………. in time.2. When there are no vacant seats the bar is ……………… packed.3. If you want to smoke a cigarette you should go to ……………………….. area.4. If the guests are busy they can ……………………… the reservation.5. A ………………………. bar is smaller and friendlier.Task 3. Work in pairs or small groups. Put the lines in order and act out a dialogue.1. …….; 2. …….; 3. ……; 4. …….; 5. ……..a. Hello, Hotel Tsisartkela. Can I help you?b. Sure. That’s possible. Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow evening.c. That’s fine. Can I make a reservation for 7 pm tomorrow, then?d. I’m sorry, we are fully packed at the moment. What about tomorrow?e. Yes, please. I’d like to reserve a table for 7 pm today.
  10. 10. 10Lesson 3 How to reserve a table (2)Read the following dialogues and try to understand the underlined words form the context.Dialogue 1John: Hello, is that the Mexican bar? I’d like to reserve a table for two.Clerk: Is this for today, sir?John: Yes, today seven o’clock in the evening, please.Clerk: Yes, would you prefer a table at the window or in the centre of the hall? You can reserve a table on the outdoor terrace as well which remains open until midnight on warm evenings.John: Actually, I would prefer it outside on the terrace.Clerk: Right, your order is confirmed, sir. Thank you for choosing us.Dialogue 2Barman: Would you like a drink while you are waiting?Jane: Yes, er…. Can I have some sparkling mineral water, please?Barman: And for you, sir?John: I’ll have a beer and a water.Dialogue 3Barman: Excuse me. This way, please. Is this table all right for you?Jane: This is fine, thank you.Barman: Here is the menu. The specials are on the board.Jane: Thank you.
  11. 11. 11Task 1. Match 1 - 6 to a - f.1. to reserve a table a. rCeba2. outdoor terrace b. dadastureba3. remains c. SekveTa4. order d. magidis dajavSna5. confirm e. gare terasa6. specials f. safirmo kerZiTask 2. Read the dialogues again and decide whether the statements are True or False.1. John wants to reserve a table for four persons. T F2. John wants to reserve the table for 7 o’clock. T F3. John prefers the table in the middle of the room. T F4. The terrace is open until 12 o’clock am. T F5. John is going to have water and beer. T FTask 3. Work in pairs or small groups, put the phrases in order.1. …….; 2. …….; 3. ……; 4. …….; 5. …….; 6. ……; 7. ………; 8. ……; 9. …….a. I’d like to reserve a table.b. Four.c. Is this for today, sir?d. For how many people, sir?e. Your order is confirmed, sir.f. Thank you, sir.g. Looking forward to seeing you today, sir.h. No, Sunday, five pm.i. Thank you.
  12. 12. 12Lesson 4 At a bar (1)Read the following dialogue and try to understand the underlined words from the context.Barman: Hi, there. What can I get for you?Guest: I need something cold.Barman����������������������������������: �������������������������������You’ve come to the right place.Guest�������������������: Do you have any specials on?Barman: We have highballs on for half price.Guest�����������������������: Sorry, I meant beer.Barman: Our special beer tonight is a pitcher of local draft Kazbegi with a dish of roasted nuts for GEL 5. 50.Guest�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������: I guess I should have a pint; a pitcher is too much I think. I’ll just have a Lomisi for now.Barman: Sure, would you like that on draft?Guest������������������������������: Do you have it in a bottle?Barman: No, I’m afraid we don’t.Guest������������������������������������������: That’s okay. I’ll have a pint of draft.Barman: A pint of Lomisi coming up.Guest���������������������������������������: Actually, you’d better just make it half a pint.Barman: Sure. And should I start you a tab?Guest��������������������: No, I’m driving. How much do I owe you?Barman��������: 3 GELGuest: Here’s 4. Keep the change.Barman�������������: Thank you.
  13. 13. 13Task 1. Match a - f to 1 - 6.a. specials 1. moxalulib. pitcher 2. Camosasxmeli ludic. roasted 3. specialuri SeTavazebad. nuts 4. Txileulobae. canned 5. doqi (Tixis oryuriani)f. draft 6. ludi Tunuqis qilebSiTask 2. Find the Georgian equivalents for the following words and phrases.1. pint ……………………………2. draft ……………………………3. roasted nuts ……………………………4. local beer ……………………………5. highball glass ……………………………6. pitcher ……………………………7. I’d like to order ……………………………8. Shall I make it a pint or half a pint? ……………………………Task 3. Work in pairs and make up a dialogue between a barman and a customer.Student A is a barman. Student B is a customer and speaks first.a) Greet your customer. a) Greet the waiter and ask for a table.b) Offer him a table b) Say you don’t have a reservationc) Offer him some drinks. c) Accept the offer of the tabled) Tell him when the table is ready d) Order drinkse) Give him the menu and take the order.
  14. 14. 14Lesson 5 At a bar (2)Read the following dialogues and try to understand the underlined words.Dialogue 1John and Fiona are at the bar.John: Good evening. I have reserved a table for two.Waiter: Good evening, sir. What name, please?John: Mr. Smith.Waiter: Thank you. Would you like to have a table in the corner?Fiona: Actually, can we have a table by the window?Waiter: Sure. This is no smoking area.John: That’s alright. Thank you. (To Fiona) �����������������������Are you ready to order?Dialogue 2Fiona and John are in the restaurant choosing wine for their meal.Waiter: Good evening. Would you like to order something to drink?John: Good evening. What would you recommend?Waiter: We have very good house rose wine served in a carafe. Would you like to try it?John: Fiona, what would you prefer to have?Fiona: I have not decided yet. Can I have a glass of dry red? What can you offer?Waiter: We don’t sell wine by glasses. Wine is sold by bottles. I can offer President’s XV or El Bombero.John: Can we sample the wine?Waiter: Yes, Sir.John: That’s alright then.
  15. 15. 15Task 1. Match 1 - 4 with a - d.1. to recommend a. sura, grafini2. rose wine b. dagemovneba3. carafe c. vardisferi Rvino4. sample d. rCevaTask 2. Fill in the blanks with the words form the box.order red drink semisweet offerWaiter: Would you like to (1) ……………….. something to drink?John: What would you recommend?Waiter: We have very good (2) ………………... wine served in a carafe. Would you like to try it?John: Fiona, what would you prefer to (3) …………………..?Fiona: I have not decided yet. Can I have a glass of (4) ………………… red? What can you (5 ) ………………….?Waiter: I can recommend Saperavi or Khvanchkara.Fiona: Thank you very much. I’ll take Saperavi.Task 3. Write the waiter’s part in the dialogue.Waiter: (1) …………………………………………….Fiona: Yes, please. I’d like to have something to drink.Waiter: (2) …………………………………………….Fiona: A glass of red wine, please.Waiter: (3) …………………………………………….Fiona: Dry, please.Waiter: (4) …………………………………………….Fiona: Yes, a glass of mineral water, please.Waiter: (5) …………………………………………….Fiona: Borjomi. Thank you.
  16. 16. 16Lesson 6 Can I order?Read the following dialogues and try to understand the underlined words.Dialogue 1Customer: Can I order food in the bar?Bartender: Yes, you can, sir.Customer: Then I’d like to order steak and chips.Bartender: What would you like to drink, sir?Customer: I’d like to drink red wine. Which wine would you recommend from your wine list?Bartender: I would recommend Spanish wines such as Rioja or Malena as well as local wines such as Saperavi or Khvantchkara. Rioja is dark and delicious and matches well with sirloin steak. Malena is good with grilled meat.Customer: I will take a glass of Saperavi.Dialogue 2Waiter: What would you like to order, sir?Customer: I’d like to order a shot of Tequila with a plate of mixed nuts, please.Waiter: Mixed nuts are complementary, sir.Customer: OK. Thank you.
  17. 17. 17Task 1. Match 1 - 8 with a - h.1. steak and chips a. sukis naWeri2. local wine b. muqi3. dark c. gemrieli4. delicious d. kargad midis, uxdeba5. matches well e. adgilobrivi Rvino6. sirloin steak f. xorci da Semwvari kartofili7. grilled meat g. grilze Semwvari xorci8. complementary h. ufasoTask 2. Work in pairs and fill in the words and phrases from the boxwine would like prefer try glasses of sweet take likeGeorge and Nino are ordering wine in a restaurant.Waiter: The (1) ……………………. list, please.George: Thank you, let’s see. What sort of wine do you (2) …………..., Nino?Nino: I (3) ……………………. white.George: (4) ……………………. or dry?Nino: Dry.George: Then let’s (5) ……………………. Saperavi. It’s usually very good.Nino: How often do you come here?George: Usually once a month. (to the waiter) Excuse me.Waiter: Yes, sir?George: We’ll (6) …………………… two (7) …………………… Saperavi.Nino: And I’d (8) …………… a bottle of mineral water ‘Borjomi’ too.
  18. 18. 18Lesson 7 �������������������I’d like to have...Read the following dialogues and try to understand the underlined words form the context.Dialogue 1John: I’d like to have a cheese sandwich, a chicken sandwich and cherry tart served with chocolate sauce.Waiter: OK. So, that’s a cheese sandwich, a chicken sandwich and cherry tart served with chocolate sauce.John: Ah, sorry. Can I change the cherry tart served with chocolate sauce?Waiter: Certainly.John: I’ll have fresh strawberries served with sugar and sweet champagne.Dialogue 2John: I want a cup of coffee and two tuna sandwiches.Waiter: O.K. Do you want anything else?John: Yes. Bring me some beer.Waiter: Which beer do you want?John: Local beer will do.Waiter: I’ll go and see if there is some left.John: Right.Waiter: (some time later) No, we haven’t got any.
  19. 19. 19Task 1. Read the dialogues and discuss whether the participants are polite or not. Change thepolite forms into more direct ones and vice versa.Task 2. Read the direct phrases, then write them in a more polite way. Choose from the box.Could you… Shall I… I’m afraid… Would you like to… May Isuggest… Would you mind… Would you like me… There’s been a slightmisunderstanding Can you wait a minute… Would you like… Actually…; Direct More polite1. Wait a minute! 1. ……………………………, please.2. We haven’t got any left 2…………… we haven’t got any left.3. Sit down, please 3. ………………………… take a seat?4. You are wrong. I’m not the head waiter. 4. …………… I’m not the head waiter.5. Do you want some water? 5. ………………………… some water?6. Move to another table. 6. …………… moving to another table?7. Confirm that tomorrow, please. 7. ……………………….. confirm that tomorrow, please?8. Do you want a taxi? 8. …………………… to get you a taxi?9. You’ve got the wrong date 9. ……………………… about the date.10. Try this wine 10. …………… that you try this wine?11. Do you want my help? 11. ………………………… help you?Task 3. Student A is a bartender; student B - a guest. Student B is organising Sunday lunch forfour people,• one is a vegetarian,• one likes fish,• two are fond of cheese and beef.Advise them which wines to match to their preferences. Make up a dialogue.
  20. 20. 20Lesson 8 Classic cocktailsRead the following texts and try to understand the underlined words form the context.There are many different ways to prepare classic cocktails. Every bar or restaurant follows rules about howmuch alcohol to put in a cocktail and how to build it.The following recipes do not contain specific amounts. Use them to learn the names of the cocktails, liquors,and mixes.Black Russianvodka, coffee liqueur, fresh orange squeeze, on ice (for a White Russian- add milk), served in old-fashioned glassesBloody Maryvodka, tomato juice, Tabasco sauce, Worcester sauce, salt, pepper, slicedcelery, on iceCosmopolitan vodka, orange liqueur, raspberry juice, lime, on iceDaquirilight rum, lime juice, sugar, blended with ice (for a strawberry Daquiri-use strawberry mix or syrup)Long Island Iced Teavodka, gin, rum, orange liqueur, lemon juice, cola, on ice (DuringProhibition, bartenders made it as a cocktail disguised as a non-alcoholicdrink)MargaritaTequila and lemon or lime juice, blended with ice. It is usually servedwith salt around the top.Martini Gin or vodka, dry vermouth, (garnish with olive)Pina Colada rum, coconut milk, pineapple juice, blended with iceScrewdriver vodka and orange juice, on iceTom Collins gin, lemon or lime juice, sugar, soda water, on ice (especially in the US)DialogueBartender: Are you ready, sir? What would you like to order?Customer: Can you advise, please. What does the cocktail Cosmopolitan contain?Bartender: Vodka, orange liquor, raspberry juice, lime and cubes of ice.Customer: Thank you. I’ll try that, please.
  21. 21. 21Task 1. Match 1 - 5 to a - e.1. contains a. ananasi2. blend b. garniri3. garnish c. liqiori4. liqueur d. Seicavs5. pineapple e. Sereva, nareviTask 2. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box.disguised strawberry squeeze lemon or lime juice slicedserved light bartenders Worcester iceProhibition tomato soda water1. If you want to make a Daquiri you have to mix (1) ……………. ����������������������������rum, lime (2) ��������������……………,��������sugar,blended with (3) ������������������������������������������������������������……………�������������������������������������������������������(for a strawberry Daquiri use (4) ��������������������……………���������������mix or syrup).2.�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������For a Bloody Mary you will need vodka��������������������������������������������, (5) ��������������������������������������…………… juice���������������������������, Tabasco sauce, (6) ������……………�sauce, salt, pepper, (7) ���������������������…………… ���������������celery, on ice.3. Those who prefer the taste of fresh orange (8) …………… mixed with coffee, order Black Russian(9) ……………….. in an old-fashioned glass.4. The period of time from 1920 to 1933 in the USA when it was illegal to make or sell alcoholicdrinks is called (10) ………………… It was impossible to make people obey the law, criminals soldillegal alcohol, (11) ……………….. made cocktails (12) …………………. as non-alcoholic drinks.5. Especially common in the USA, Tom Collins contains juice of (13) ……………………, somesugar, gin and (14) …………………, with cubes of ice.Task 3. Answer the questions.1. What does Martini contain?2. Name the ingredients, which make up each of the following: a) Margarita b) Pina Colada c) Screwdriver d) Cosmopolitan.Task 4. Work in pairs or small groups. Name the ingredients and let your partner guess thename of the cocktail.Task 5. Work in pairs or small groups. ��Make up a dialogue between a bartender and acustomer: Order 4 cocktails. Use the phrases:Can you advise…? What does this cocktail contain? etc.
  22. 22. 22Lesson 9 Common liquorsRead the chart and the dialogue and try to understand the underlined words form the context.Ginclear colourless strong alcohol made from grain and flavoured withcertain berries. Variations are PINK GIN (especially in British English,an alcoholic drink made of gin with angostura, which is special bitterliquid used for adding taste to alcoholic drinks, added to give it a pinkcolour), GIN AND TONIC (a popular alcoholic drink served with iceand a slice of lemon, thought of as a typical middle class drink)Liqueurvarious sweet very strong alcohols, each of which has a special, oftensweet or fruity taste, usually drunk in small quantities after a meal.Rumclear strong alcohol made from the juice of sugarcane plant, originCaribbean. It is a traditional drink of sailors, and is associated especiallywith pirates.Vodkaclear colourless strong alcohol made from grain or potato, originRussia, but also made in Poland, Romania and other central EuropeancountriesWhisky�(whiskey - Am.E.)�(Rye in Canada)light brown strong alcohol made from malted grain (grain kept inwater for a while until it grows a little and then dried for use), such asbarley (a grasslike grain plant), originated from and still is producedespecially in ScotlandTequila golden or clear strong alcohol, origin MexicoDialogue 1Customer: Can I have a gin and tonic and a shot of whisky?Bartender: A gin and tonic and a shot of whisky coming up, sir. Would you like anything to eat, please?Customer: Yes. Can I see the menu, please?Bartender: Sure. In a minute. Here you are.Customer: Thank you. I’ll be ready in a minute.
  23. 23. 23Task 1. Match 1 - 5 with a - e.1. clear a. kenkrovnebi2. bitter b. marcvleuloba, burRuli3. berries c. ufero4. sugarcane d. sasmeli alkoholis maRali SemcvelobiT5. grain e. mware 6. strong drink f. Saqris lerwami7. fruity g. Wvavi8. to malt h. qeri9. barley i. alaos damzadeba10. rye j. xilis gemos mqoneTask 2. Study the table and match a - f with 1 - 6 below.a. Gin 1. clear alcohol made from grain or potato, origin Russiab. Tequila 2. clear alcohol flavoured with berriesc. Liqueur 3. clear alcohol made from sugar cane, origin Caribbeand. Whisky 4. various sweet alcoholse. Vodka 5. light brown alcohol made from grain, origin Scotlandf. Rum 6. golden or clear alcohol, origin MexicoTask 3. Work in pairs or in small groups. Do you know how many types of drinks there are?Name as many drinks as you can.
  24. 24. 24Lesson 10 BeerRead the following table and dialogue and try to understand the underlined words form thecontext.Domestic beer from the country that the bar is located inLocal beer brewed nearbyCans beer served in metal containersBottles beer served in glass bottlesOn �����Draft beer on tap, �������������������������������������������������������������served by being drawn from a large container such as a barrelKeg beer in a small barrelCiders�(Cyder)alcoholic drink from apples. A lot of cider, especially Scrumpy (strong cider),is made in the South West England. Hard cider, American English for alcoholiccider, which cannot usually be bought in the US.DialogueMr Brown is a visitor from Britain. He is in the bar and wants to order Georgian beer.Mr Brown: I would like to order local beer. Can you advise, please?Bartender: Would you like canned or bottled beer or from the draft?Mr Brown: Bottled, please.Bartender: I would recommend a number of good Georgian beers, such as Kazbegi, Natakhtari,Argo or Shatili.Mr Brown: I have heard of Kazbegi, I will try that, please.
  25. 25. 25Task 1. Match 1 - 5 with a - e.1. domestic a. Camosasxmeli ludi2. cans b. ludi Tunuqis qilaSi3. cider c. adgilobrivi (mag. TbilisSi moxarSuli ludi)4. local d. sidri5. draft e. adgilobrivi (mag. saqarTveloSi moxarSuli) ludiTask 2. Work in pairs or small groups. Study the table and fill in the grid.Domesticbeer brewed nearbyCansBottlesbeer on tapKegCidersTask 3. Work in pairs. Make up a dialogue by writing the bartenders part.G: Hello, can I have two cans of beer?B: ………………………………………..G: Oh, can I have something local?B: ………………………………………..G: Right, I would like to have Natakhtari.B: ………………………………………..G: Can I just check, do you have it on draft at all?B: ………………………………………..G: You do! That is good, I will have two glasses on draft, please.B: ………………………………………..G: Good. How much do I owe you?B: ………………………………………..G: Here is 5 Lari.B: ……………………………………….
  26. 26. 26Part 2 Bar Foods and MenusLesson 1 Ordering food (1)Read the following dialogue and try to understand the underlined words from the context.Barman: Are you ready to order?John: Yes we are. Can you tell me what a Green salad is?Barman: It’s a kind of salad with lettuce, cucumbers and a lot of herbs.John: OK, and what is Satsivi?Barman: It’s turkey or chicken in walnut sauce.John: Sounds interesting. Now, shall we order Caesar salad and chicken with oranges and peanuts?Jill: And I would like to order Satisvi as well.John: Good. Let’s order two Green salads, Caesar salad, chicken with oranges and peanuts and Satsivi. Oh, yes. Can we have a bottle of the house red wine as well, please, and some sparkling mineral water?
  27. 27. 27Task 1. Match 1 - 5 with a - e.1. lettuce a. SekveTa2. orange b. salaTis furclebi3. house wine c. mwvanilebi4. herbs d. forToxali5. order e. Camosasxmeli RvinoTask 2. Fill in the blanks with the missing words from the box.tea lemon ham cheese scones mind lump sugar more weakJessie: What would you like to drink? A cup of (1) ...................?Pat: Well, I would not (2) ..................., you know.Jessie: Strong or (3) ................... for you?Pat: Oh, strong for me, pleaseJessie: How much (4) ...................?Pat: One (5) ................... will do, thank you, Jessie.Jessie: Do you take your tea with milk or (6) ................... ?Pat : Milk, please.Jessie: Here you are, Pat. Help yourself to the sandwiches. Would you prefer a (7) ................... sandwich or a (8) ................... sandwich?Pat: A cheese sandwich, please.Jessie: Some (9) ...................tea?Pat: No, thanks. I’ve had enough.Jessie: Would you like to try the (10) ................... and jam?Task 3. Work in pairs or small groups. Make up a dialogue between a waiter and a client. A clientwants to order breakfast. Advise him what to order.
  28. 28. 28Lesson 2 Ordering food (2)Read the following dialogues and try to understand the underlined words from the context.1. Bartender: Would you like a drink while you are waiting?Jane; Yes, er…Can I have sparkling mineral water, please?Bartender: And for you, sir?John: I’ll have a beer, please.2. Bartender: Excuse me. This way, please. Is this table all right for you?Customer: This is fine, thank you.Bartender: Here is the menu. The specials are on the board.Customer: Thank you.3. Bartender: Good morning, madam. Are you ready to order?Customer: Yes. I would like to start with pineapple juice, please.Bartender: I am sorry, madam, we are out of pineapple juice at the moment. I do apologise but I can offer a variety of other fruit juices…Customer: That’s OK, I’ll have orange instead… As for food, I’d like a tuna and mayonnaise sandwich and a plate of French fries.Bartender: So, orange juice, tuna and mayonnaise sandwich and a plate of French fries coming up.
  29. 29. 29Task 1. Match 1 - 5 with a – e.1. variety a. dafa2. French fries b. SeTavazeba3. apologise c. Semwvari kartofili4. offer d. mravalferovneba5. board e. bodiSis moxdaTask 2. Write down three expressions used when.a) asking customers whether they want to order something;.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................b) ordering wine and food.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Task 3. Work in pairs or small groups. Write and act out the dialogue.Barman: What would you ����������������������(1) ..................Customer: I’d like to (2) �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������.................................... . ��������������������������������������������What kind of sandwiches ��������������������...................�Barman: We have ������������������������������������������������������������(3) ............................................ �����������sandwiches.Customer: I’ll have (4) .....................����������������������������..................., please.Barman: OK. Anything to drink? (5) ...........................�������������������...................Customer: Yes, I’ll have black coffee, please.
  30. 30. 30Lesson 3 Bar Paradise offersRead the following text and dialogue and try to understand the underlined words from thecontext.Bar PARADISE is well-known for delicious cuisine.Special dishes:“Saero” - meat with cheese and potatoes, fried in a ceramic pan.“Paradise “ - grilled pork ribs.“ Delicious” - grilled veal ribs.“Fiesta” - chicken roulette.“Robin Hood” - hunter’s sausage on a wooden platter.“Sea Delight” - a trout roasted in a ceramic pan.“Saint-Germaine” - beef with mushroom sauce.“Fellini” - fried veal with mushrooms and vegetables.”Surfers’ Delight” - a sea trout in champagne dressing.In addition, there are many other dishes, prepared by a group of highly qualified chefs.Dialogue           Barman: What would you like to order, madam?Customer: I would like to have the “Delicious” and a glass of red wine.Barman: Which wine would you like to order?Customer: Something semi-sweet, please.Barman: Then I can offer Khvanchkara.Customer: Good. I’ll take that.
  31. 31. 31Task 1. Match 1 - 5 with a - e.1. delicious a. ugemrielesi2. ceramic b. kalmaxi3. wooden platter c. Zroxis xorci4. trout d. xis TefSi5. beef e. keramikis, keramikaTask 2. How many sorts of meat are mentioned there? Name dishes containing meat.…………………………………………………………………………………..…………………………………………………………………………………..…………………………………………………………………………………..…………………………………………………………………………………..…………………………………………………………………………………..Task 3. Study the menu and fill in the grid.Dish DescriptionParadiseFried veal with mushrooms and vegetablesFiestaA sea trout in champagne dressingTask 4. Make up a dialogue using the new words and expressions.
  32. 32. 32Lesson 4 Ordering a complete mealRead the following dialogue and try to understand the underlined words form the context.John: What shall we eat? A complete meal, I suppose? I am starving.Jill: So am I and I am thirsty too.John: Then let’s have a glass of mineral water first and later some orange juice.Jill: I’d prefer orange juice with ice.Waiter: Are you ready to order?John: Yes, iced orange juice and a glass of mineral water as a start. Now, let’s see the menu, Jill. And here is a wine list. How about some red or white wine?Jill: No, today I’d like to have a whisky and orange juice.John: Waiter! Can I order a whisky and orange juice for the lady and a whisky and soda for me. (some time later) What would you suggest for a starter?Jill: A piece of melon could do. And what about you?John: I would start with Chicken salad and as for the main course, I’d like salmon in white wine sauce. Will you join me?Jill: No, I’d rather have steak with vegetables and ice cream to follow.John: (to the waiter) Can you take down the order: a piece of melon, chicken salad, salmon in white wine sauce and steak with vegetables.
  33. 33. 33Task 1. Match 1 - 4 with a - d.1. complete a. viski da forToxlis wveni2. whisky and orange b. Semwvari xorci bostneuliT3. steak with vegetables c. Caciebuli4. iced d. sruli, mTlianiTask 2. Fill in the missing words from the box.juice drink ice-cream water roast complete1. What do you suggest for a (1) ………? I’d like to have orange (2) ………. and mineral (3)……….. .2. Would you like to have a (4) ……………………… meal, sir?3. It’s very hot. Let’s have (5) ………………………… for a dessert.4. I don’t like fish. I will have (6) ………………………………. chicken instead.Task 3. Read the dialogue and state whether the following statements are True or False.1. John suggests ordering only drinks and dessert. T F2. Jill wants to order pine-apple juice. T F3. Jill prefers to have white wine. T F4. Jill prefers a piece of melon for a starter. T F5. John decided on salmon in white wine sauce. T F
  34. 34. 34Lesson 5 Coffee House menuRead the following menu and try to understand the underlined words from the context.COFFEECAPPUCHINOLATTE CLASSICLATTE BIANCOBLACKWHITEESPRESSOCOFFEE WITH LEMONCOFFEE SPIRITSIRISH COFFEE - Whisky, espresso, whipped creamCOFFEE WITH LIQOUR AND ICE CREAMCOFFEE “AMARETTO” - Amaretto, espresso, whipped creamISTANT COFFEE NESCAFEALCOHOLIC DRINKSLIQUERCHAMPAGNECAKESCHEESECAKECOTTAGE CHEESECAKEHOT CHOCOLATEFRENCH CHOCOLATECOCKTAILSLOVE - Liquor, orange juice, coffeeCHOCOLATE AND ORANGE MARTINI
  35. 35. 35Task 1. Match 1 - 7 with a - g.1. whipped cream a. xaWos namcxvari2. cheesecake b. aTqvefili naRebi3. latte c. xsnadi yava4. black coffee d. rZiani yava5. white coffee e. late6. instant coffee f. Savi yava, rZis gareSe7. cottage cheese cake g. yvelis namcxvariTask 2. Read the menu and decide whether the statements are True or False.1. The Coffee House sells Champagne. T F2. There are three sorts of Latte in the menu. T F3. Coffee Amaretto contains whipped cream. T F4. Love contains only orange juice and coffee. T F5. The Coffee House serves two sorts of chocolate. T FTask 3. Work in pairs or small groups. Write a short dialogue between a guest and a waiter.The guest wants to order coffee and drinks.Use the following words and expressions:• What would you like to order, sir/madam?• I’d like to order …• There are …..• Can I check ….• Have you got ….
  36. 36. 36Lesson 6 Menus (1)Read the following menu and try to understand the underlined words form the context.MENU1. TOMATO CORIANDER SOUP - tomatoes, roasted with fresh coriander and blendedinto a creamy soup.2. SMOKED FISH - salmon, eel, trout, with garlic mayonnaise.3. CHICKEN LIVER PATE - a smooth homemade pate with red onions.4. ROAST VEGETABLE TARTLET - a tartlet roasted with tomato, onion lettuce leaves.5. GREEK SALAD - finely sliced cucumber, red onion, tomato, cheese and black olives withlemon vinaigrette.6. DRESSED CRAB - a mix of light dark crabmeat, mayonnaise and parsley.7. CHAR-GRILLED BLACK KING PRAWNS with tomato chilly sauce.8. MARINATED VEGETABLES WITH SALAD CREAM - vinegar herb marinatedcourgette, aubergine, peppers, tomato and red onion, served with salad cream.9. CHICKEN FILLET with olive and lemon dressing - thin slices of chicken fillet witholive oil, lemon juice.
  37. 37. 37Task 1. Match 1 - 10 with a - g.1. blended a. Txeli2. eel b. cxare wiwakis sawebeli3. trout c. badrijani4. pate d. yabayi5. parsley e.Sereuli6. courgette f. vinegreti7. aubergine g. paSteti8. chilly sauce h. gvelTevza9. vinaigrette i. oxraxuSi10. thin j. kalmaxiTask 2. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box.sliced vinaigrette aubergines olives creamy blendedsalad fresh marinated red vegetables juice1. Tomato and coriander soup is made of (1) ……………….. coriander roasted with tomatoes and (2)…………….. into a (3) ………………. soup.2. (4) …………………. vegetables are served with (5) …………………… cream.3. Chicken Fillet is served with olive and lemon (6) …………………..4. Courgettes, (7) ……………….., peppers and (8) ……………… onions are ingredients of marinated(9) …………………… with salad cream.5. Greek salad consists of finely (10) …………….. cucumber, red onion, tomato, cheese and black (11)………………. with lemon (12) ………………….Task 3. Read the menu again and decide whether the statements are True or False.1. Smoked Fish consists of several fish with garlic mayonnaise. T F2. Roast vegetable tartlet has tomatoes, onions and carrots. T F3. Chicken Fillet is served with salad cream and ketchup. T F4. Dressed Crab is a mix of light and dark crabmeat, mayonnaise and coriander. T F5. Char-Grilled black prawns are served with tomato and chilly sauce. T F
  38. 38. 38Lesson 7 Menus (2)Read the following menu and try to understand the underlined words form the context.MENU1. Beef with Vegetables - beef served with chips, baked potato or mixed salad.2. Chicken Breasts with Yoghurt and mint sauce - coriander marinated chicken breast,with yoghurt mint sauce.3. Salmon served with potato mash and red cabbage.4. Pork Fillet with roasted tomatoes and a warm new potato and French bean salad.5. Beef and Pork Kebabs seasoned with minced parsley, cheese and salad served in a bunwith tomato and French fries.6. Mixed Vegetables with marinated red pepper, courgette, aubergine, with tomato chilli sauce.
  39. 39. 39Task 1.�� Match 1 - 6 with a - f.1. baked potato a. funTuSiT2. mixed salad b.Sekmazuli3. mint sauce c. kartofilis piure4. seasoned d. pitnis sawebeli5. potato mash e. Sereuli salaTi6. in a bun f. dabrawuli kartofiliTask 2.�� Match the parts of the phrase from the menu.1. baked a. potato2. mint b. vegetables3. mixed c. sauce4. served d. cabbage5. potato e. mash6. red f. with yoghurtTask 3.� Fill in the blanks with the words from the box.tomato new served French marinated roasted mixed1. Beef with Vegetables consists of beef (1) ……………. with chips, baked potato or (2) …………………. salad.2. Mixed Vegetables has (3) ………………. red pepper, courgette, aubergine, with (4) ………………….. chilli sauce.3. Pork Fillet consists of (5) ………………. tomatoes and a warm (6) ………………. potato and French (7) ……………………. bean salad.Task 4. Read the menu and decide whether the statements are True or False.1. Salmon is served with potato mash and red cabbage. T F2. Beef with Vegetables consists of beef served with chips,mixed vegetables or beetroots. T F3. Chicken Breast is served with mint and cream sauce. T F4. Pork Fillet has French bean salad as a side dish. T F
  40. 40. 40Lesson 8 Menus (3)Read the following menu and try to understand the underlined words form the context.MenuBar GEORGIA – special for Georgia!CAESAR SALAD - with chicken and mushrooms.VEGETABLE SALAD - with cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots and lettuce leaves.CHICKEN WITH ORANGES AND PEANUTS.KING SALAD - King prawns with red mayonnaise dressing.SEDUCTION - tongue with rice and tomatoes.LA FEMME - crab sticks with piquant hot sauce dressing.PANCAKES WITH CHICKEN AND MUSHROOMS IN WHITE SAUCE.PANCAKES, STUFFED - with chicken and oranges in orange sauce.MUSHROOMS - specially baked with Sulguni.Read and dramatise the following dialogue:Waiter: Good morning, sir. Would you like to order now?Customer: Yes, I would like to start with Caesar Salad. What would you advise me to take as a fish dish?Waiter: Today we have crab sticks with hot sauce dressing.Customer: The menu says it is called La Femme. Good. I’ll try that with a glass of dry white wine. Besides that I’d like to sample mushrooms specially baked with Sulguni.
  41. 41. 41Task 1. Match 1 - 5 with a - e.1. prawns a. blinebi2. tongue b. kiborCxalas joxebi3. crab sticks c. grilze Semwvari xorci4. pancakes d. ena5. grilled steak e. krevetebiTask 2. Arrange the following dishes into groups in the grid below.Caesar salad lemon tart white wine beer grilled steak with red wine sauce greensalad fish with potatoes (fried, mashed, boiled) ice cream melon prawn salad redwine mushroom soup chicken broth chicken and parsley saladStarters/soupsSalads/vegetablesMain coursesDrinksDessertsTask 3. Student A is a waiter. Answer the guest’s questions.Student B is a guest. Look at the Menu above and make up a dialogue using the following words andexpressions:• I’d like to order……• What does this mean…. ?• What ingredients does this dish contain?
  42. 42. 42Lesson 9 Menus (4)Read the menu and think of the English equivalents for the underlined words.gepatiJebiT kvariaTSi!!!!! kafe-bari zRvis niavisalaTebikitri da pomidvris salaTi 3 larikitri da pomidori nigvziT da sunelebiT 4 lariqaTmis salaTi 4 larisokos salaTi 4 laribadrijani nigvziT 4 laribadrijani nivriT 3 laricxeli kerZebiSemwvari qaTami 12 larilobio 4 larixbos CaSuSuli 8 laritolma 6 laritolma sazafxulo 5 lariCarozinayini xiliT 4 larinayini SokoladiT 3 lariyavaTurquli 1.50 lariyava rZiT 2 lariTask 1. Match 1 - 5 with a - e.1. nigozi a. summer2. sunelebi b. stewed3. CaSuSuli�� c. dessert4. Carozi d. spices5. sazafxulo e. walnut6. xbos xorci f. veal Task 2. Read the menu again and answer the following questions.1) How many salads does the menu contain?2) How much is a) Turkish coffee?c) Summer Tolma?d) Chicken salad?e) Veal stew?
  43. 43. 43Task 3. Match the menus below with the appropriate phrases.a. coffee shop; b. sandwich bar; c. fast food restaurant; d. pizzeria;1) …………………….Margherita The original!!Napoletana VERY Tasty !!Calzone Inside there is ham, cheese and tomato…..D E L I C I O U S !2) ……………………. 3) …………………………… Espresso Hamburger and French Fries 5 GEL Cappuchino Cheeseburger and French Fries 5 GEL Turkish Coffee 4) ………………………Top fillings for sandwiches: 1. tuna with salad and mayonnaise 2. chicken with salad 3. cheese and tomato Task 4. Write each of the following dishes in the appropriate section of the menu below.1. Honey with Almonds; 2. Cold Chocolate Soufflé;3. Crème Caramel; 4. Onion Soup;5. Herring and Apple Salad; 6. Spinach and Bacon salad;7. Orange Cocktail; 8. Roast chicken;9. Roast Potatoes; 10. Tomato Salad;11. Carrots with Walnuts; 12. Mushrooms with Onions;13. Mushroom Soup with Whipped Cream 14. Beef StewMenuSaladsVegetablesMeat dishesDesserts
  44. 44. 44Part 3 Bars and BartendersLesson 1 Bars Read the following and try to understand the underlined words from the context.A barA bar is a business that sells alcoholic beverages for immediate consumption. It is believed that there is noimportant difference between bars, pubs, and taverns.Bars that are part of hotels may be known in some areas as long bars or hotel lounges.The term “bar” is derived from the specialized counter from which drinks are served. The “back bar” or“shelves” is a set of shelves of glasses and bottles behind that counter. Frequently when food is servedelsewhere in the bar, it may also be ordered and eaten at the bar.Behind the BarTending a bar requires special skills, for example learning special recipes, measuring, mixing and servingdrinks, and chatting with guests. No matter which country you are working in, you are sure to come acrossEnglish clients who want a cold drink.
  45. 45. 45Task 1. Match 1 - 6 to a - f.1. requires a. saubari2. to measure b. momsaxureba3. serving c. Sereva, areva4. to mix d. gazomva5. chat e. moiTxovs6. to come across f. SexvedraTask 1. Read the text again and find whether the statements are True or False.1. A bar sells drinks. T F2. Bars are different from pubs and taverns. T F3. Bars are not usually found in hotels. T F4. Long bar means the same as a tavern. T F5. Back bar or shelves denotes the glasses and bottlescontaining drinks on sale behind the counter. T F6. Food is never sold at the bar. T FTask 3. Answer the following questions.1. What does tending a bar require?2. What do bartenders do?
  46. 46. 46Lesson 2 Kinds of barsRead the following and try to understand the underlined words from the context.There are several kinds of bars. For example, a biker bar is a bar frequented by motor bikers. A sports bar iswhere sports fans go to watch games. A singles bar is a place popular with unmarried people of both genders,generally young people.Thus in most cases, bars typically cater for a particular part of the population whether they be locals, tourists,students, and office workers in a particular area. A bar can have a small area for dancing but it is not until thisarea is enlarged and becomes the primary focus that a bar is considered to be a nightclub or discothèque.Bar owners and managers typically choose establishment names, decor, drink menus, lighting and otherelements they can control so as to attract a certain client.
  47. 47. 47Task 1. Think of the English equivalents for the following words.1. diskoTeka ....................................2. Ramis bari ....................................3. klientura ....................................4. dauqorwinebeli adamianebis bari ....................................5. adgilobrivi mosaxleoba ....................................6. nawili ....................................7. dawesebuleba ....................................8. gafarToeba ...................................Task 2. Read the text again and answer the following questions.1. How can a bar become a discotheque?2. Why do people go to a) sports bar?b) singles bar?c) bikers bar?Task 3. John Brown is a bar manager. He is answering questions of a journalist about the typesof bars in the world. Read the journalist’s part and together with your partner write MrBrown’s part.Interviewer: Can you give examples of the types of bars to be found in the world?Mr Brown: ....................................................Interviewer: Why are there so many different types of bars?Mr Brown: ....................................................Interviewer: Could you describe how the bars set out to attract different sorts of clientele? Could you give three examples?Mr Brown: ....................................................Task 4. In pairs a) make a list of as many types of bars as possible.b) discuss how many types of bars there are in Georgia.
  48. 48. 48Lesson 3 Bars throughout the worldRead the following texts and try to understand the underlined words from the context.United StatesIn the United States, there is some difference between restaurants, bars, and even types of bars. Beer bars(sometimes called taverns or pubs) may sell only beer or possibly wine, cider and other beverages. Liquorbars sell everything from beer to hard liquor.In most places, bars are prohibited from selling alcoholic beverages to take away and this makes themclearly different from liquor stores. A few pubs can serve alcohol to take away.Historically, the United States featured saloons. Many saloons survive in the United States, though theirservices and features have changed with the times.United Kingdom and IrelandIn the UK and Ireland, bars are either areas that serve alcoholic drinks within establishments such ashotels, restaurants and universities, or are a particular type of establishment which serves restricted types ofalcoholic drinks such as wine bars. Some bars are similar to nightclubs in that they play loud music, dim thelighting, or operate a dress code for example, jeans may be banned and boys may be required to wear ties.They often have bouncers, who are a security people, usually male, who have two functions. The first is tocontrol who enters the bar and the second is to stop any trouble or violence which may occur. However, themain type of establishment selling alcohol for consumption remains the public house or pub.
  49. 49. 49Task 1. Read the texts and decide whether the statements below are True or False.1. There is no difference between restaurants and bars in America. T F2. Beer bars usually sell only beer. T F3. To take away a drink means drinking the beverage in the bar. T F4. You can take alcoholic drinks away from liquor stores. T F5. Saloons mean the same as bars in America. T F6. In the UK bars do not function separately. T F7. Some bars have similar regulations to nightclubs. T F8. Bouncers have the same functions as guards. T FTask 2. Fill in the blanks with the words from the table.a dress code banned pubs hard customers alcoholic saloons1. Jeans are (1) ……………………. from some bars and (2) …………………….are asked to observe (3) …………………….2. Bars usually serve (4) ……………………. drinks.3. Bars in England are sometimes called (5) ……………………..4. Bars in America are sometimes called (6) …………………….5. Strong alcoholic drinks are called (7) ……………………. liqueur.
  50. 50. 50Lesson 4 KaraokeRead the following text and try to understand the underlined words from the context.The word “Karaoke” comes from Japanese and means “without orchestra”. Bars all over the world regularlyhold karaoke nights. So, if you are looking for a good singing in the evening, here’s a list of places whereyou can sing your little heart out.Be sure to call the establishment before you prepare any Sonny and Cher or Aretha Franklin. Not all placesconsistently hold karaoke nights.Amelia’s724 E. Freedom Ave.(414) 483-0345Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday at 8 p.m.Bar Grill3023 W. Camel Rd.(414) 761-3260Thursday at 9 p.m.Americana5030 S. 74th St.(414) 281-0600Karaoke one night per month; call for details.Tropicana1240 S. Soutwell Rd.(262) 797-6600Wednesday at 9:30 p.m.
  51. 51. 51Task 1. Read the text again and complete the following sentences.1. Karaoke comes from the Japanese and means ……………………………………2. If you want to sing a lot, you …………………………………………………3. Before going out make sure that the bar you have chosen ……………………………………Task 2. Read the text again and fill in the grid.BAR OPENAmelia’sWednesday at 9.30AmericanaThursday at 9 pmTask 3. Work in pairs or small groups and discuss the following.Have you ever been to a karaoke bar?If, Yes, share your ides with your partner.If, No, discuss whether you would like to go to karaoke bar or not.
  52. 52. 52Lesson 5 ����Bar RainbowRead the following and try to understand the underlined words from the context.The Rainbow is a bar which has long been a favourite place for anyone wishing to enjoy a comfortable,enjoyable night out in a warm and homely atmosphere. Conveniently located in the bustling heart of Tbilisi,there is a little something for everyone at Rainbow.Everyday from 7:00 PM to midnight you will enjoy beautiful Georgian and American live music.  Monday,Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights feature the best in Georgian music performed by popular local instrumentalband - Musical Guys. On Mondays and Wednesdays Live Music features a variety of popular local performers.On Thursdays you will hear Violin and Electric Piano.This was the first bar in Tbilisi and it’s still one of the trendiest and most cosmopolitan of all the bars in Georgia.This is the perfect setting for any event, be it a Christening, birthday party or office party. The elegant diningroom features comfortable seating arrangements, and a sociable, wood-paneled bar. Friendly and courteouswaitresses are on hand at all times, to make your dining experience both a pleasant and enjoyable one.
  53. 53. 53Task1. Match 1 - 5 with a - e.1. bustling a. moduri2. located b. cocxali musika3. live music c. mdebare4. courtous d. xalxmravali5. trendy e. zrdilobiani, TavazianiTask 2. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box.designed number floor second live place customersarchitects cuisine network decoratedBar ParadiseThemostcharmingly(1)………………..BarParadise-wasaddedtotheBatumibars’(2)………………..in1998.Aconstantly increasing (3) ……………….. of bar (4) ……………….. gave the owner the opportunityto add the restaurant (on the first (5) ……………….. and banquet hall (on the (6) ……………….. floor).Paradise is (7) ……………….. by famous painters and (8) ……………….. . A cosy and pleasantatmosphere,(9)………………..music,highlyqualifiedpersonnelandmostdelicious(10)………………..have predetermined the popularity of Paradise among Georgian gourmands. Paradise is an ideal (11)……………….. for spending the unforgettable evening with absolute comfort.Task 3. Work in pairs or small groups. Answer the following questions.1. Where is The Rainbow situated?2. Is this bar suitable for a particular group people?3. Does this bar offer any kind of entertainment?4. What events can you celebrate at the bar?
  54. 54. 54Lesson 6 Giorgi and David’s plansRead the following and try to understand the underlined words from the context.GiorgiandDavidareopeningabarcalledtheBlueHouse-andit’snotgoingtobeanothermartinilounge,norwillitbeawinebar,sportsbaroranythingelse. WhentheBlueHouseopens-October31isthegoal,thoughitmightbeearly November - it will be a video bar, which, being the first of its kind in the region, requires a bit of explanation.“These bars are not spread everywhere,” says Giorgi who got his idea from one of the few otherknown video bars. “There’ll be a cinema-sized screen above the bar and that will have lots ofpopular movie bits mixed in with the music. One night of the week will be popular show melodies,another nights we’ll play old sit-coms that you haven’t seen in 30 years. It’s constant entertainment.”The kitchen at the Blue House will be cheap which means inexpensive yet tasty dishes like croissants, pies,soups and salads.Giorgi and David consider their bar and grill to be very friendly and expect a mixed crowd of people thatfeels comfortable and wants to have a good time.“We’re not trying to do anything extraordinary. It’s just for fun,” says David, “It’ll be a light atmosphere”.
  55. 55. 55Task 1. Match a - g with 1 - 7.a. lounge 1. kruasanib. goal 2. darbazi, baric. explanation 3. melodiad. screen 4. mizani, samiznee. melody 5. axsna-ganmartebaf. constant 6. mudmivig. croissant 7. ekraniTask 2. Answer the following questions.1. What kind of bar are Giorgi and David planning to open?2. What will make this bar special?3. Where will the bar be located?4. When will it be opened?5. What kind of entertainment will the bar offer?
  56. 56. 56Lesson 7 People in the barRead the following and try to understand the underlined words from the context.The food and beverage manager is responsible for the restaurant and the kitchen. Three people report directlyto him: the head waiter, the bar manager, and the head chef.The head waiter manages the wine waiters and the other waiters and waitresses.The bar manager is responsible for the bar staff.The head chef manages the kitchens and under him comes the assistant or sous chef. Then any other chefsreport to the sous chef.Finally, the kitchen porters come at the bottom of that reporting line.
  57. 57. 57Task 1. Complete the sentences with the words from the box.head chef food and beverage manager head chef bartenders bar manager sous chef1. The ………………………………… manages the bars on a day-to-day basis.2. The ……………………… serve drinks to customers, mix cocktails and clean all the glasses.3. The ………………………………… manages the day-to-day running of the kitchen.4. The ………………………………… serve food to restaurant customers.5. The ………………………………… helps the head chef and looks after the kitchen staff.6. The ………………………………… is responsible for the restaurant and the waiting staff.Task 2. Read the text again and number the jobs according to their hierarchy.a) food and beverage manager ………b) kitchen porters ………c) the head waiter ………d) the head chef ………e) the sous chef/assistant chef ………f) the bar manager ………Task 3. Work in pairs or small groups. Read the text again and fill in the grid.Position Reports/responsible toHead waiterSous chefWaitersBar managerBartenders
  58. 58. 58Lesson 8 Funny bartenderRead the following and try to understand the underlined words from the context.Marie Archvadze’s friends call her a funny bartender. Whether she’s dancing behind the bar or playing therole of friendly hostess to customers, the 31-year-old drinks mixer splits her time between the Rainbow Barand the Arts Bar.Why is Marie a bartender?“The money, of course,” she says, “And the power. People respect a woman who’s in control of the bar.”We recently got a hold of this busy bartender for a quick interview.Interviewer: How long have you been a bartender?Peterson: Off and on for about seven years at the Rainbow Bar, and I have recently started working a few nights a week at the Arts Bar.Interviewer: What is your specialty drink?Marie: Bloody Mary.Interviewer: What is the best/worst part of the job?Marie: Just had a debate about this with a friend. The worst part is the lack of “baretiquette’. The best part of the job for sure is the friends that I’ve made throughoutthe years ... my co-workers are like family. Plus we work in a very relaxedenvironment, our boss is pretty fantastic.Interviewer: Do you go to other bars when you’re not working?Marie: No, I don’t have time.
  59. 59. 59Task 1. Match 1 - 5 with a – e.1. hostess a. modunebuli2. split b. safirmo3. bartender c. maspinZeli qali4. specialty d. ganawileba5. relaxed e. barmeniTask 2. Read the text again and decide whether the information provided is True or False.1. Marie Archvadze is called a “funny bartender”. T F2. Now she works for three bars. T F3. Her specialty drink is a Bloody Mary. T F4. Marie thinks that her job made it possible for her to make a lot of friends. T F5. She visits other bars besides those where she works. T F
  60. 60. 60Lesson 9 Barmen’s competitions in AmericaRead the following and try to understand the underlined words from the context.We love our bartenders in America. There are a lot of competitions here with fantastic cash and prizes. In thenext few weeks, we’ll be launching the 2007 version of America’s Best Barmen.This weekend starting on Sunday, the Bartenders’Association is hosting a competition at the White Lion wherebartenders are invited to mix their best cocktails. There will be three winners who will win a lot of money andalso an all expenses-paid trip to Australia to compete in the Cocktail World Cup and appear in a reality show.
  61. 61. 61Task 1. Match 1 - 5 with a - e.1. competition a. areva, gakeTeba2. to launch b. gamoCena3. all expenses-paid trip c. srulad dafinansebuli mgzavroba4. to appear d. Sejibreba5. to mix e. dawyebaTask 2. These people are looking for some place to eat. Read the information provided in the boxand give them advice where to eat.1. Ken is in a hurry. He needs a quick coffee or cold non-alcoholic drink.2. Nino and Giorgi like dairy products and coffee with milk.3. Carolyn is looking forward to her first sandwich of the day as she overslept today and did notmanage to have her breakfast before going to work.a) The Sandwich Side - In a hurry? Then enjoy one of our freshly made sandwiches. Choose from fivedifferent kinds of bread and we’ll put whatever you like on top! A complete meal in itself and greatvalue for money! Open all day.b) Healthworks - This is a colourful bar serving a wide variety of drinks. Choose your drink from ourfresh fruit and we’ll mix it with yoghurt or ice-cream if you want. Milk shakes of different flavoursand with various fruit are also available.c) Tea and Coffee House - We serve six different kinds of coffee and tea along with various cakes,biscuits and cookies. You can also have a glass of pure, iced juice.Task 3. Work in pairs or small groups. Answer the following questions.1. What is the text about?2. Who is hosting the competition?3. What are the bartenders expected to do at the competition?4. What are the prizes for the winners?Task 4. Work in pairs and make up a dialogue with your partner.Student A is a winner of the competition.Student B is a journalist.Ask the winner 5 questions about the competition.
  62. 62. 62Lesson 10 How to make a tasty cocktailRead the following and try to understand the underlined words from the context.After a certain period it is time to make blender drinks. There’s nothing more refreshing on a hot summer nightthan ice, fresh fruit and concentrated alcohol. A blender, therefore, is an absolute necessity, and it’s importantthat you use a powerful one that can crush ice cubes.If you don’t have a blender, you can crush the ice cubes in a tea towel or plastic bag with a hammer, but use thismethod very carefully. Finally, use recently-made ice cubes. Old ones may taste of other food in the freezer,and nobody likes a hint of frozen cauliflower in their peach Daiquiri!You’ll also need a cocktail shaker, a measuring cup and a selection of glasses. You should also have swivelsticks, bendy straws and paper umbrellas.Garnishes are also important. Use a slice orange or strawberries to serve on the lip of the glass or drop right ontop of the drink. And serve Margaritas with sugar or salt on the rim. To do so, take a small plate, pour salt orsugar on it, then take a piece of lemon run it around the edge of the glass, turn the glass upside down and dipthe rim onto the plate. Finally, shake the glass gently to remove any loose bits.
  63. 63. 63Task 1. Match 1 - 5 with a – e.1. blender a. macivari-sayinule2. remove b. kokteili3. garnish c. blenderi, amrevi4. cocktail d. mocileba5. freezer e. garniri, aqsesuariTask 2. Fill in the blanks with the words from the text.bartender vodka couple adding blend up lemonKyle Kleist, a (1)……………………. at Bryant’s Lounge, 1579 S. Ninth St, recommends (2)……………………. a little extra sugar and fresh (3) ……………………. juice to whatever you (4)…………………….. . He also says when choosing between rum and (5) ………………., vodka isusually the best choice.“A lot of people think rum, but that makes a very sweet drink,” he says. Kleist says his blended specialty isthe “Brainbuster”, Bryant’s signature drink. “Let’s just say you can’t make it at home because it has a (6)……………………. of secret syrups that have to be specific and special.Task 3. In pairs discuss the following with your partner.a) What tools a bartender usually needs are mentioned in the text? Write them down.b) Describe the process of crushing ice-cubes.c) Name three rules you should obey while blending the ice-cubes.Task 4. Student A is an experienced bartender, student B is his/her pupil. Describe the process of making a garnish to the cocktail.
  64. 64. 64G L O S S A R Y• Bar Staff - barSi momuSave personaliPart 1 Bar Drinks Lesson 1 How to order a drink• What would you like to order? - ris SekveTas inebebdiT?• Are you ready to order? - mzada xarT SeukveToT?• mixed drinks - Sereuli sasmeli (magaliTad, kokteili)• (beer)mug/beer glass/pint glass - ludis tolCa• mug - mrgvali Wiqa swori gverdebiT, romelic ixmareba cxeli sasmelisTvis,rogorc Cai an yava, araoficialuri Sexvedrebze da saxlSi. es sasmisi oficialurRonisZiebebze ar gamoiyeneba.• beer - ludi (gaerTianebul samefoSi es sityva Cveulebriv niSnavs yavisfer an muqyavisfer sasmels, rogoric aris BITTER an STOUT. amerikaSi am tipis sasmelsuwodeben ALE an `dark beer _ muqi ludi~. Ria yviTeli gaziani sasmeli, romelsacsimartivisTvis eZaxian ‘beer’ amerikaSi da bevr sxva qveyanaSi, gaerTianebul samefoSiuwodeben LAGER.)• draft beer - Camosasxmeli ludi• oz - ase iwereba mokled ounce/ounces = uncia, rac aris wonis erTeuli: 16 ounces = 1pound (funti/girvanqa) = 0.4536 kilograms.• highball-amerikul inglisurSi niSnavs alkoholian sasmels, kerZod viskis an brendis,romelsac Sereuli aqvs wyali an SODA(SODAWATER = wnevis qveS Camosxmuli wyali)da mogarTmeven yinuliT.• highball glass/wine glass - bokali• martini glass - Taviseburi, farTe piriani bokali maRal fexze, romelSic mogarTmevenmartinis (Zlieri alkoholuri sasmeli jinis an arayis SereviT vermutTan. dry martini- sadac meti jinia vidre vermuti; vermuti - aris alkoholuri sasmeli romelicmzaddeba Rvinisgan da emateba mcenareTa Zirebisgan damzadebul nivTierebebi)• pint - pinta aris siTxis, kerZod rZis da ludis, sazomi (1/2 litri). araoficialurgaremoSi igulisxmeba am odenobis ludi.• pitcher/jug - sura (Tixisgan damzadebuli, ori yuris formis saxeluriT)• rock glass/tumbler - brtyelZiriani Wiqa saxeluris da fexis gareSe• sherry glass - momcro zomis maRalfexiani Wiqa SerisTvis (espanuri mkrTali an muqiyavisferi tkbili an naxevrad tkbili Zlieri Rvino)• brandy glass (Br.E. )/ snifter (Am.E) - dabalfexiani mucliani Wiqa brendisTvis• container - WurWeli• handle - sa������xeluri• beverages - sasmeli (ara wyali)• semi-dry - naxevrad-mSraliLesson 2 How to reserve a table (1)• Do you have a reservation? - javSani gaqvT?
  65. 65. 65• fully packed - gadaWedili• cancellation - gauqmeba Lesson 3 How to reserve a table (2)• to order - SekveTis micema• to confirm - dadastureba• I’d like to reserve a table for - minda magida davjavSno• Your order is confirmed, sir. Thank you for choosing us.- Tqveni SekveTa miRebulia, gmadlobT,rom Cven gvestumreT.• to reserve a table - magidis dajavSna• outdoor terrace - gare terasa• remains - rCeba• specials - specialuri, safirmo kerZiLesson 4 At a Bar (1)• What can I get for you? - riT dagexmaroT?• We have highballs on for half price - viski da soda naxevar fasad• a pitcher of local draft - erTi sura adgilobrivi Camosasxmeli ludi• draft - Camosasxmeli ludi• to make it half a pint - naxevari pinta gamikeTeT.• Can I start you a tab? - gagixsnaT angariSi (rodesac nisiad migaqvs saqoneli mogvianebiTgadaxdis pirobiT. am dros specialur davTarSi akeTeben xolme Canawers)• specials - specialuri SeTavazeba, safirmo kerZi• roasted - aq: moxaluli• nuts - Txileuloba• canned - Tunuqis qilebSi• roasted nuts - moxaluli Txileuloba• local beer - adgilobrivi …ludi• highball - viski da sodaLesson 5�������������� At a Bar (2)• What would you recommend? - ras gvirCevT?• Can we sample the wine? - SeiZleba Rvino gavsinjoT?• to recommend - rCevis micema• rose wine - vardisferi Rvino• carafe - sura, grafini• decanter - grafini• to sample - dagemovneba
  66. 66. 66Lesson 6 Can I order?• Can I order food? - SeiZleba saWmeli SevukveTo?• What would you like to drink, sir? - ras dalevT?• Which wine would you recommend form your wine list? - romel Rvinos SemogvTavazebdiT /gvirCevdiT Tqveni Rvinis CamonaTvalidan?• local wines - adgilobrivi Rvnoebi• dark and delicious - muqi da gemrieli• a shot of Tequila - cotaodeni tekila• steak and chips - xorci da Semwvari kartofili• dark - muqi• delicious - gemrieli• matches well - kargad midis, uxdeba• sirloin steak - sukis naWeri• grilled meat - grilze Semwvari xorci• complementary - ufasoLesson 7 �������������������I’d like to have...• cheese sandwich - yvelis sendviCi• cherry tart served with chocolate sauce - alublis tartaleti Sokoladis sousiT.• fresh strawberries served with sugar and sweet champagne - axali marwyviSaqriT, tkbil SampanurTan erTad.• tuna sandwich - Tinusis (didi zomis zRvis Tevzi) sendviCiLesson 8 Classic Cocktails• liqueur - liqiori• squeeze - gamowuruli (limoni, forToxali, a.S.)• Tabasco sauce - tobaskos sousi• Worcester sauce - vorsesteris sousi• salt - marili• pepper - wiwaka• sliced celery - daWrili niaxuri• raspberry - Jolo• light rum - naklebalkoholiani romi• blended - Sereuli, areuli• to disguise - SeniRbva• to mix - narevi, Sereva• lime – laimi, limonis magvari citrusovani
  67. 67. 67• syrup - siropi• gin - jini• Tequila - tekila• dry vermouth - mSrali vermuti• olive- zeTisxili• cubes of ice - yinulis natexebiLesson 9 Common Liquors• flavoured - surnelovani• sugar cane - Saqris lerwami• grain - marcvleuloba• clear - aq; ufero• malted grain - alaod qceuli marcvleuli• barley - qeri• rye - Wvavi• sailor - mezRvauri• pirate - mekobre• a shot of whiskey - erTi ulufa viski (gansakuTrebiT amerikul inglisurSi, niSnavsmcire raodenobis alkoholur sasmels, romelic erTbaSad SeiZleba gadaylapo)Lesson 10 Beer• domestic - romelime qveyanaSi moxarSuli ludi, romelic iyideba imave qveyanaSi• local - adgilobrivi ludi, romelic Camosxmis adgilas iyideba• bottle -boTli• keg - ludi patara kasrebiT• ciders - sidri• brewed - moxarSuli ( ludi)• tap - onkani• barrel - kasriPart 2 Bar Foods and MenusLesson 1 Ordering Food (1)• Are you ready to order? - mzad xarT SesakveTad?• green salad - mwvane salaTi• lettuce - salaTis furclebi• cucumber - kitri• herbs - mwvanili, saneleblebi• walnut sauce - nigvzis sousi
  68. 68. 68• chicken - wiwila• orange - forToxali• peanuts - araqisi• house red wine - Camosasxmeli wiTeli Rvino• sparkling mineral water - gaziani mineraluri wyali• lump – natexi (aq: Saqari)• scones – mrgvali rbili namcxvari, romelSic zogjer devs Ciri. iWmeba karaqiTLesson 2 Ordering Food (2)• Would you like a drink while you are waiting? - sasmels xom ar inebebdiT sanam elodebiT?• This way, please - aqeT mobrZandiT, geTayva.• I’d like to start - daviwyeb• We are out of - gagviTavda• I do apologise - bodiSs gixdiT• I can recommend; I can offer - SemiZlia SemogTavazoT• That’s OK - ara uSavs• As for me - rac Semexeba me• menu - meniu• specials - safirmo kerZi• pineapple - ananasi• variety - mravalferovneba• mayonnaise - maionezi• French fries - Semwvari kartofiliLesson 3 Bar Paradise Offers• cuisine - samzareuli (erovnuli)• dishes - kerZebi• ceramic - keramikis• ribs - neknebi• pork - Roris xorci• veal - xbos xorci• sausage - sosisi; Zexveuloba• platter - sini• trout - kalmaxi• roasted - Semwvari• mushrooms - soko
  69. 69. 69Lesson 4 Ordering a Complete Meal• I’m hungry - mSia• I’m thirsty - mwyuria• a piece of melon could do - erTi naWeri nesvi sakmarisi iqneboda• salmon in white wine sauce - oraguli TeTri Rvinis sousSi• complete - sruli, mTliani• whisky and orange juice - viski da forToxlis wveni• steak with vegetables - Semwvari xorci bostneuliT• iced - CaciebuliLesson 5 Coffee House Menu• cheesecake - yvelis namcxvari• latte - yava cxeli rZiT• black coffee - Savi yava, rZis gareSe• white coffee - rZiani yava• instant coffee - xsnadi yava• cottage cheese cake - xaWos namcxvariLesson 6 Menus (1)• blended - Sereuli• eel - gvelTevza• trout - kalmaxi• pate - paSteti• parsley - oxraxuSi• courgette - yabayi• aubergine - badrijani (amerikul inglisurSi – egg-plant)• thin - Txeli• chilly sauce - cxare wiTeli wiwakis sawebeli• vinaigrette - vinegreti, sawebelis nairsaxeoba• salad cream - salaTis sawebeli• pepper - wiwaka• crabmeat - kiborCxalas xorci• prawn - krevetiLesson 7 Menus (2)• baked potato - dabrawuli kartofili• mixed salad - Sereuli salaTi
  70. 70. 70• mint sauce - pitnis sawebeli .• seasoned - Sekmazuli• potato mash - kartofilis piure .• in a  bun - funTuSiTLesson 8 Menus (3)• pancakes - blinebi• tongue - ena• crab sticks - ������������������kiborCxalas joxebi• grilled steak - ����������������������grilze Semwvari xorci• Caesar salad - salaTi cezari• lemon tart - limnis Rvezeli• melon - nesvi• chicken broth - qaTmis bulioniLesson 9 Menus (4)• walnut - ������������������nigozi• spices - sunelebi• stewed -���������������������CaSuSuli������������• dessert - Carozi• summer - �������������zafxulo• honey with almonds - Tafli nuSiT• cold chocolate soufflé - civi Sokoladis sufle• crème caramel - kremi karameliT• herring and apple salad - qaSayisa da vaSlis salaTi• spinach and bacon salad - ispanaxisa da bekonis salaTi• carrots with walnuts - stafilo nigvziTWines• Wine list - Rvinis CamonaTvali• Somelier - somelie• Vintage - Rvinis dawurvis weli• Body of the wine - Rvinis konstitencia• Bouquet of the wine - Rvinis aromati• Dry wine, sec - mSrali Rvino• Extra dry wine - Zlier mSrali Rvino• White (red) wine - TeTri (Savi) Rvino
  71. 71. 71• Semi-dry wine,demi-sec - naxevradmSrali Rvino• Sweet wine, doux - tkbili Rvino• Still wine - mcire alkoholis Semcveli Rvino• Fortified wine - gamagrebuli Rvino• Sparkling wine - SuSxuna Rvino• Grog - grogi• Cognac - koniaki• Remi Martin - remi martini• Brendy - brendi• Port - portveini• Vodka - arayi• Russian Vodka - rusuli arayi• Whisky - viski• Champagne - Sampanuri• Tequila - tekilaVocabulary connected to breakfast and dinner• biscuits - orcxobila• doughnuts – Rvezeli, donati• natural fruit juice - naturaluri xilis wveni• pancakes - blinebi• sandwiches - buterbrodi• toast - gaxuxuli puris naWeri• toaster - tosteri• pudding - pudingi• honey - TafliFood - sakvebi• bread - puri• butter - karaqi• cereal - burRuli• cheese - yveli• eggs - kvercxi• fish - Tevzi• fruit - xili• margarine - margarini
  72. 72. 72• meal - jeri (sadili)• nuts - Txili• oil - zeTi, erbo• pasta - makaroni• rice - brinji• salt and vinegar - marili da Zmari• pepper - wiwaka• yoghurt - iogurti• salmon - oraguli• smoked salmon - Sebolili oraguli• eel - gvelTevza: • trout - kalmaxi• pate - paSteti• crabmeat - kiborCxala• fillet - file• olive oil - zeTisxilis zeTi• gherkins - kitris mwniliDrinks – sasmeli• mineral water (still, sparkling, fizzy) - mineraluri wyali (mtknari, SuSxuna)• fruit juice - xilis wveni• lemonade - limonaTi• milk - rZe• milkshake - rZis koqteili• cola - koka kola• beer - ludi• wine - Rvino• tea - Cai• coffee - yava• hot chocolate - cxeli SokoladiFruit - xili• apple - vaSli• apricot - gargari• banana - banani• blackcurrants - Savi mocxari
  73. 73. 73• cherry - bali, alubali• coconut - qoqosi• grapes - YyurZeni• grapefruit - greifruti• kiwi - kivi• lemon - limoni• melon - nesvi• orange - forToxali• peach - atami• pear - msxali• pinapple - ananasi• plum - qliavi• raspberry - Jolo• strawberry - marwyviPreparing food - sakvebis momzadeba• chop - daCexva• slice - daWra• grate - daxexva• peel - gafrcqvna• mix - areva, Sereva• add - damateba• pour - dasxma, Casxma• stir - SenjRreva, morevaCooking food - sakvebis momzadeba• boil - moxarSva• fry - Sewva• bake - gamocxoba• roast - Sewva• grill - grilze Sewva• poach - mduRare wyalSi xarSva• steam - moTuTqva• heat - Secxeleba
  74. 74. 74Describing food taste - sakvebis gemos aRwera• salty - mariliani, mlaSe• sweet - tkbili• tender- nazi• overcooked - gadaxarSuli• underdone - naxevrad Semwvari, moxarSuli• raw - umi• just right - zomierad moxarSuli, Semwvari• burnt - damwvari• tasty - gemrieli• delicious - ugemrielesi• nice - kargi• disgusting - sazizRari• horrible - saSineli• bitter - mware• bland - ugergilo• dry - mSrali• greasy - cximiani• hot - cxeli, cxare• rich - cximiani, mZime• savoury - pikanturi• sour - mJave• spicy - Senelebuli• sweet - tkbiliGreens - mwvanili• parsley - oxraxuSi• coriander - qinZi• fern - kama• basil - rehaniDessert - deserti• pastries - namcxvrebi, comeuli• muffins - funTuSebi• croissant - kruasani• cinnamon raisin scone - dariCinisa da qiSmiSis kveri
  75. 75. 75Part 3 Bars And BartendersLesson 1 ����Bars• alcoholic beverages - alkoholuri sasmelebi• consumption - moxmareba• specialized counter - specialuri daxli• back bar - sivrce daxlis ukan, sadac ganlagebulia sasmelebi da Wiqebi• requires - moiTxovs• skills - Cvevebi• special recipes - specialuri receptebi• measuring - gazomva• mixing - Sereva• serving drinks - sasmelis mirTmeva• chatting - saubariLesson 2 Kinds of Bars• fans - fanebi, gulSematkivrebi• unmarried, single - dauqorwinebeli• particular - gansakuTrebuli• primary - pirveladi• to choose - arCeva• drink menu - sasmelebis menu• lighting - ganaTeba• to attract - mizidvaLesson 3 Bars throughout the world• legally - kanonierad, kanonis mixedviT, kanoniT• restricited - SezRuduli• hard liquer - alkoholuri sasmeli (amer)• prohibited - akrZaluli• liquor stores - sasmelebis maRazia
  76. 76. 76• saloons - saluni (amer)• dim - naxevrad bneli, daburuli• dress code - Cacmis wesebi• bouncer - mcveli• violence - Zaladoba• pub - pabiLesson 4 Karaoke• regularly - regularulad• to sing your heart out - imRero daRlamde• consistently - mudmivadLesson 5 Bar Rainbow• favourite - sayvareli• conveniently - moxerxebulad• bustling - xmauriani, xalxmravali• live music - cocxali musika• instrumental band - instrumentuli orkestri• performers - Semsruleblebi• trendiest - yvelaze moduri• elegant - eleganturi• seating - dasajdomi• wood-paneled - xeSi Casmuli• courtous - Tavaziani• personnel - TanamSromlebi, personali• designed - dagegmili, gankuTvnili• customers - klientebi• cuisine - erovnuli samzareulo• network - qseli• charming - momxiblavi
  77. 77. 77• increasing - mzardi• cosy - myudro• predetermine - winawar gansazRvra• gourmand - gurmaniLesson 6 Giorgi and David’s Plans• goal - samizne, mizani• region - regioni, raioni• video bar - video bari• explanation - axsna-ganmarteba• spread - gavrceleba• melodies - melodiebi• sitcoms – sitkomi (satelevizio an radio seriali adamianTa garkveuli jgufisSesaxeb, romlebic sxvadasxva situacas iumoristuli gziT umklavdebian)• inexpensive - iafi• to expect - molodiniLesson 7 �����������������People in the Bar• report to - angariSvaldebuleba• head waiter - mTavari mimtani• head chef - mTavari mzareuli• bar manager - baris menejeri• is responsible for - pasuxismgebelia• bar staff - bariSi momuSave personali• kitchen porters - samzareulos damxmare personaliLesson 8 Funny Bartender• friendly hostess - megobruli diasaxlisi• splits - anacilebs• to consider - CaTvla
  78. 78. 78• off and on - xangamoSvebiT• specialty drink - safirmo sasmeli• bar etiquette - barSi moqcevis wesebi• relaxed - dasvenebuli, modunebuliLesson 9 Barmen’s Competitions in America• to launch - dawyeba• competition - Sejibri• cash - fuli (kupiurebiT)• prise - prizi• to host - maspinZloba• to pay all expenses - yvela xarjis dafarvaLesson 10 ����������������������������How to Make a Tasty Cocktail• blender - Semrevi, amrevi danadgari, blenderi• refreshing - gamagrilebeli• multiple - ramdenime• concentratred - koncentrirebuli• crush - damsxvreva• necessity - aucilebloba, saWiroeba• speed - siCqare• to increase - gazrda• cauliflower - yvavilovani kombosto• peach - atami• shaker - Seikeri• swivel sticks - mosarevi wkirebi• straw – sawrupavi• bendy straw – sawrupavi romelic iRuneba• to remove - mocileba
  79. 79. 79A N S W E R K E YPart 1 Bar DrinksLesson 1 How to order a drinkTask 1. 1. d; 2. e; 3. f; 4. a; 5. c; 6. b.Task 2.containers for mixed drinks rock glass/ tumblercontainers for hot beverages mugcontainers for draft beers pint glass/pitcher/jugcontainers for wines wine glass/highball glass/half litrecontainers for champagne flutecontainers for cognac snifter/brandy glassContainer for vermouth martini glassTask 3. 1. tumbler is used for mixed drinks; 2. a. wine glass; b. pitcher, pint glass; rock glass, tumblerLesson 2 How to reserve a table (1)Task 1. 1. d; 2. b; 3. c; 4. a.Task 2. 1. reservation; 2. fully; 3. smoking; 4. cancel; 5. family-runTask 3. 1. a; 2. e; 3. d; 4. c; 5. b.Lesson 3 How to reserve a table (2)Task 1. 1. d; 2. e; 3 a; 4. c; 5. b; 6. f.Task 2. 1. F; 2. T; 3. F; 4. T; 5. TTask 3. 1. a; 2. c; 3. h; 4. d; 5. b; 6. e; 7. i; 8. f; 9. g.Lesson 4 At a Bar (1)Task 1. a. 3; b. 5; c. 1; d. 4; e. 6; f. 2.Task 2. 1. pinta (0.5. litri); 2. Camosasxmeli ludi; 3. moxaluli Txili; 4. adgilobriviwarmoebis ludi. 5. bokali; 6. doqi, sura; 7. msurs SevukveTo; 8. erTi pinta gnebavTTu naxevariLesson 5 At a Bar (2)Task 1. 1. d; 2. c; 3. a; 4. b.Task 2. 1.����������������������������������������������������order; 2. red; 3. drink; 4. semisweet; 5. offerTask 3. 1. Would you like to order, sir; 2. What would you like to drink? 3. Sweet or dry? 4. Would youlike to drink anything else? 5. What mineral water would you like to drink?Lesson 6 Can I Order?Task 1. 1. f; 2. e; 3. b; 4. c; 5. d; 6. a; 7. g; 8. h.Task 2. 1. wine; 2. prefer; 3. would like; 4. sweet; 5. try; 6. take; 7. glasses of; 8. like.Lesson 7 I’d Like to Have...Task 2. 1.Can you wait a minute; 2. I am afraid …. ; 3. Would you like to….; 4. Actually…; 5. Wouldyou like…; 6. Would you mind…; 7. Could you…; 8. Would you like me ….; 9. There’s been aslight misunderstanding; 10. May I suggest… ; 11. Shall I….
  80. 80. 80Lesson 8 Classic CocktailsTask 1. 1. d; 2. e; 3. b; 4. c; 5. a.Task 2. 1. light; 2. juice; 3. ice; 4. strawberry; 5. tomato; 6. Worcester; 7. sliced; 8. squeeze; 9. served;10. Prohibition; 11. bartenders; 12. disguised; 13. lemon or lime; 14. soda water.Task 3. 1.�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������gin, dry vermouth, (garnish with olive); 2. a) rum, coconut milk, pineapple juice, blended withice; c) vodka and orange juice, on ice; d) vodka, orange liqueur, raspberry juice, lime, on ice.Lesson 9 Common LiquorsTask 1. 1. c; 2. e; 3. a; 4. f; 5. b; 6. d; 7. j; 8. i; 9. h; 10. g.Task 2. a. 2; b. 6; c. 4; d. 5; e. 1; f. 3.Lesson 10 BeerTask 1. 1. e; 2. b; 3. d; 4. c; 5. aTask 2.Domestic beer from the country that the bar is located inLocal beer brewed nearbyCans beer served in a canBottles beer served in glass bottleDraft beer on tapKeg beer in a large barrelCiders alcoholic drink from apples or other fruitPart 2 Bar Foods and MenusLesson 1 Ordering FoodTask 1. 1. b; 2. d; 3. e; 4. c; 5. a.Task 2. 1. tea; 2. mind; 3. weak; 4. sugar; 5. lump; 6. lemon; 7. ham; 8. cheese (7-8 any order); 9. more;10. scones.Lesson 2 Ordering Food (2)Task 1. 1. d; 2. c; 3. e; 4. b; 5. a.Task 2. Possible answers: a)����������������������������������������������������������������������������What would you like to order?; Are you ready to order?; Would you like toorder? b) I’d like to order; Can I order..?; I’d like to have…Task 3. Possible answers: 1. order; 2. order (have) a sandwich; 3. tuna and mayonnaise and cheese andmayonnaise; 4. tuna and mayonnaise sandwich.Lesson 3 Bar Paradise offersTask 1. 1. a; 2. e; 3. d; 4. b; 5. c.Task 2. Possible answers: beef; veal; chicken; Saero”, “Paradise “, “ Delicious”, “Fiesta”, “Saint-Germaine” , “Fellini”.Task 3.Dish DescriptionParadise grilled pork ribsFellini fried veal with mushrooms and vegetablesFiesta chicken rouletteSurfers’ Delight a sea trout in champagne dressing
  81. 81. 81Lesson 4 Ordering a complete mealTask 1. 1. d; 2. a; 3. b; 4. c.Task 2. 1. drink; 2. juice; 3. water; 4. complete; 5. ice-cream; 6. roast.Task 3. 1. F; 2. F; 3. F; 4. T; 5. T.Lesson 5 Coffee house menuTask 1. 1. b; 2. g; 3. e; 4. f; 5. d; 6. c; 7. a.Task 2. 1. T; 2. F; 3. T; 4. F; 5. F.Lesson 6 Menus (1)Task 1. 1. e; 2. h; 3. j; 4. g; 5. i ; 6. d; 7. c; 8. b; 9. f; 10. a.Task 2. 1. fresh; 2. blended; 3. creamy; 4. marinated; 5. salad; 6. juice; 7. aubergines; 8. red;9. vegetables; 10. sliced; 11 olives; 12. vinaigrette.Task 3. 1. T; 2. F; 3. F; 4. F; 5. T.Lesson 7 Menus (2)Task 1.�� 1. f; 2. e; 3. d; 4. b; 5. c; 6. a.Task 2.�� 1. a; 2. c; 3. b; 4. f; 5. e; 6. d.Task 3.�� 1. served; 2. mixed; 3. marinated; 4. tomato; 5. roasted; 6. new; 7. French.Task 4. 1. T; 2. F; 3. F; 4. T.Lesson 8 Menus (3)Task 1. 1. e; 2. d; 3. b; 4. a; 5. c.Task 2. Starters/soups - mushroom soup, chicken broth, melon; Salads/vegetables - Caesar salad, greensalad, prawn salad, chicken and parsley salad; Main courses - grilled steak with red wine sauce, fishwith potatoes (fried, mashed, boiled); Drinks - white wine, beer, red wine.Lesson 9 Menus (4)Task 1. 1. e; 2. d; 3. b; 4. c; 5. a; 6. f.Task 2. a) 6; b) 1.50 Gel; c) 5 Gel; d) 4 Gel; e) 8 Gel.Task 3. 1. d; 2. a; 3. c; 4. b.Task 4. ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Salads: 5; 6; 10. Vegetables: 4; 9; 11; 12; 13; Meat dishes: 8; 14. Desserts: 1; 2; 3; 7.Part 3 Bars and BartendersLesson 1 BarsTask 1 . 1. e; 2. d; 3. b; 4. c; 5. .a; 6. f.Task 1. 1. T; 2. F; 3. F; 4. F; 5. T; 6. FLesson 2 Kinds of BarsTask 1. 1. diskotheque; 2. nightbar; 3. clients; 4. unmarried, singles bar; 5. locals; 6. part; 7. establishment;8. enlargeTask 2. Possible answers: 1. If the area of the bar is enlarged and dancing becomes the primary function,it may be called a discotheque; 2. a) to watch matches and games; b) to meet someone to possibly getmarried to later; c) to have fun and discuss things related to bikes.Lesson 3 Bars Throughout the WorldTask 1. 1. F; 2.T; 3.F; 4. T; 5. T; 6. T; 7. T; 8.TTask 2. 1. banned; 2.customers; 3. a dress code; 4. alcoholic; 5. pubs; 6. saloons; 7. hard
  82. 82. 82Lesson 4 KaraokeTask 1. .1. without orchestra; 2. go to the karaoke bar: c. holds karaoke nights;Task 2.BAR OPENAmelia’s Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, SundayTropi cana ?? Wednesday at 9.30Americana Karaoke one night per monthBar grill Thursday at 9 pmLesson 5 Bar RainbowTask1. 1. d; 2. c; 3. b; 4. e; 5. a.Task 2. 1. designed; 2. network; 3. number; 4. customers; 5. floor; 6. second; 7. decorated; 8. architects;9. live; 10. cuisine; 11. placeLesson 6 Giorgi and David’s PlansTask 1 . a. 2; b.4; c.5; d.7; e.3; f.6; g.1;Lesson 7 People in the BarTask 1. .1. bar manager; 2. bartenders; 3.head chef; 4. sous chef; 5. food and beverage manager;Task 2. a -1; c, d, f - 2; e – 3; b – 4.Task 3.Position Reports/responsible toHead waiter Food and beverage managerSous chef chefWaiters Head waiterBar manager Food and beverage managerBartenders Bar managerLesson 8 Funny BartenderTask 1. 1. c; 2. d; 3. e; 4. b; 5. a.Task 2. 1. T; 2. F; 3. T; 4. T; 5. F.Lesson 9 Barmen’s Competitions in AmericaTask 1. 1. d; 2. e; 3. c; 4. b; 5. a.Task 2. 1. c; 2. b; 3. a.Lesson 10 How to Make a Tasty CocktailTask 1. 1. c; 2. d; 3. e; 4. b; 5. a.Task 2. 1. bartender; 2. adding; 3. lemon; 4. blend up; 5.vodka; 6. couple.
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