Let’s go out tonight
A role-play for an evening out.
• You and your friend have nothing to do. You decide it would be fun
to go out for museum, and then to a restaurant.
• Look at the different activities and choose which place you would
like to visit. Then look at the map and choose a restaurant.
• Ask each other:
Where is it?
What is showing there?
What does it feature?
What is the admission fee?
How do you get from the show to the restaurant?
• Try to make the conversation as long as you can, and add your own
words to make it more real.
1. Rimidi Hotel
2. Angelo’s Pizza
3. Plaza Hotel
4. The National Museum
5. Yamaha Sushi
6. Grand Park Aquarium
7. The Villa Hotel
8. The Cherryton Hotel
9. Ike’s Steakhouse
10. Kim’s Korean BBQ
11. The Planetarium
12. Brandon Hotel
14. The Museum of
15. The National Science Center
16. Greek House
17. Tamale’s Mexican Diner
18. Museum of Modern Art
19. The Central Hotel
20. Kung Pao Chinese Cafe
21. The National Museum of Art
22. Viet Noodles
23. Mark Burger
24. The Museum of Civilization
25. Cheesecake Restaurant
26. Fiddle Hotel
27. Neptune’s Seafood House
(follow along on your map)
, let’s do something tonight.
B: Sure. What are you thinking / do you have in mind / do you want to do ?
A: Why don’t we check / We could check out / How about checking out the
Museum of Modern Art?
B: What are they showing?
A: They are having a show on Impressionist Painters. It’s featuring Van Gogh.
B: That sounds good. How much does it cost, and where is it?
A: Let’s see. The admission fee is 12 dollars. Right now we are on the corner of
Maple and 7th, so we’ll go down Maple till we come to Broadway. Then we
turn right on Broadway. It’ll be in the middle of the block on your left.
B: OK. And after that we can go to Neptune’s Seafood House.
A: But I’m allergic to seafood…
B: Oh yeah, I forgot about that. How about Yamaha Sushi?
A: Didn’t I just tell you I’m allergic to seafood? Are you an idiot?
B: OK – Jeez! How about Ike’s Steakhouse?
A: Yeah, whatever. I hate you. Where is it?
B: From the museum, go down Broadway and turn left on Oak Street. It’s
between 6th and 7th Avenue. It’s in the middle of the block on the left.
A particular slide catching your eye?
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.