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  • 1. "PRACTICAL ENGLISH" Restaurant Problems! On page 36
  • 2. Mark and Allie in San Francisco
  • 3. / ˡrestrɒŋ / res taurant
  • 4. prob lems / ˡprɒbləmz /
  • 5. star ter, main course, de ssert
    • pea and ham soup
    • Cumberland sausage
    • spotted dick
    / dɪˡzɜːt /
  • 6. the de sert
  • 7. grill, bake, fry a baked potato = a jacket spud (informal) a frying pan
  • 8. mush room, prawn, steak
  • 9. rare, medium, well done
    • medium well done
    rare medium rare
  • 10. Soup or soap?
  • 11. Soup or soap?
    • / suːp / soup
    • / səʊp / soap
  • 12. How do you pronounce it? / prɔːn / ‘Prawn’ rhymes with ‘yawn’ and ‘corn’.
  • 13. How do you pronounce it? / ˡsæmən / ‘ Sa lmon’ has a silent L.
  • 14. How do you pronounce it? / steɪk / ‘Steak’ rhymes with ‘break’ and ‘bake’.
  • 15. How do you pronounce it? / reə / ‘Rare’ rhymes with ‘care, chair’ and ‘wear’.
  • 16. How do you pronounce it? / təˡmɑːtəʊ / ‘To ma to’: the stress is on the long vowel.
  • 17. How do you pronounce it? / təˡmɑːtəʊ / ‘To ma to’: the stress is on the long vowel. In the USA, tomato rhymes with potato.
  • 18. How do you spell...? ‘ To ma toes’ and ‘po ta toes’: add ‘es’ for the plural.
  • 19. ORDERING A MEAL
  • 20.  
  • 21. chips
  • 22. UK - USA
    • chips
    • French fries
  • 23.  
  • 24. crisps
  • 25. UK - USA
    • chips
    • crisps
    • French fries
    • potato chips
  • 26. the bill
  • 27. UK - USA
    • chips
    • crisps
    • the bill
    • French fries
    • potato chips
    • the check
  • 28. a cheque
  • 29. UK - USA
    • chips
    • crisps
    • the bill
    • a cheque
    • French fries
    • potato chips
    • the check
    • a check
  • 30. a £ 20 note
  • 31. UK - USA
    • chips
    • crisps
    • the bill
    • a cheque
    • a note
    • French fries
    • potato chips
    • the check
    • a check
    • a bill
  • 32. a takeaway
  • 33. food to go
  • 34. UK - USA
    • chips
    • crisps
    • the bill
    • a cheque
    • a note
    • a takeaway
    • French fries
    • potato chips
    • the check
    • a check
    • a bill
    • food to go
  • 35.
    • the bill
    • a cheque
    • chips
    • crisps
    • a note
    • a takeaway
    • a bill
    • the check
    • a check
    • French fries
    • food to go
    • potato chips
    Match them up!
  • 36. UK - USA
    • the bill
    • a cheque
    • chips
    • crisps
    • a note
    • a takeaway
    • the check
    • a check
    • French fries
    • potato chips
    • a bill
    • food to go
  • 37. Memory Test
    • ______
    • ______
    • ______
    • ______
    • ______
    • ______
    • the check
    • a check
    • French fries
    • potato chips
    • a bill
    • food to go
  • 38. UK - USA
    • the bill
    • a cheque
    • chips
    • crisps
    • a note
    • a takeaway
    • the check
    • a check
    • French fries
    • potato chips
    • a bill
    • food to go
  • 39. PROBLEMS WITH A MEAL
  • 40. Offers: helping and reacting
    • No problem. I’ll change it.
  • 41. Offers: helping and reacting
    • No problem. I’ll change it.
    • I’m very sorry. I’ll send it back.
  • 42. Offers: helping and reacting
    • No problem. I’ll change it.
    • I’m very sorry. I’ll send it back.
    • I apologise. I’ll get you a new bill.
  • 43. Offers: helping and reacting
    • No problem. I’ll change it.
    • I’m very sorry. I’ll send it back.
    • I apologise. I’ll get you a new bill.
  • 44. Offers: helping and reacting
    • I’ll = I will
    • I will + Infinitive
  • 45. Offers: helping and reacting
    • I’ll = I will
    • I will + Infinitive
    • I’ll open the window. It’s too hot in here!
  • 46. Offers: helping and reacting
    • I’ll = I will
    • I will + Infinitive
    • I’ll open the window. It’s too hot in here!
    • I’ll answer the phone!
  • 47. Offers: helping and reacting
    • I’ll = I will
    • I will + Infinitive
    • I’ll open the window. It’s too hot in here!
    • I’ll answer the phone!
    • I’ll buy you a drink.
  • 48. Suggestions
    • Let’s ... !
    • Shall we ...?
    • Why don’t we ...?
  • 49. Suggestions
    • Let’s go sightseeing this afternoon!
    • Great idea! We could go and see Big Ben and Westminster Abbey.
  • 50. Suggestions
    • Shall we go by bus or by underground?
    • Let’s go by bus. It’s more enjoyable going by bus.
  • 51. Suggestions
    • Why don’t we go and get a Chinese takeaway?
    • Yummy! I’m so hungry, I could eat a horse!
  • 52. Suggestions
    • Let’s go sightseeing this afternoon!
    • Shall we go by bus or by taxi?
    • Why don’t we go and get a Chinese takeaway?
  • 53. SOCIAL ENGLISH
  • 54. A JOKE!
    • Waiter! What’s this fly doing in my soup?
  • 55. A JOKE!
    • Waiter! What’s this fly doing in my soup?
    • I think it’s swimming, sir.
  • 56. ANOTHER JOKE
    • Waiter! What’s this fly doing on my ice cream?
  • 57. ANOTHER JOKE
    • Waiter! What’s this fly doing on my ice cream?
    • I think it’s skiing, sir.
  • 58. English File Multi-ROM
    • Use your CD-ROM to watch the video on your computer.
  • 59. English File Multi-ROM See you later, pals!