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  • 1. Example 1You : Excuse me. Id like the combo set number 2 please.Seller : What kind of drink would you like?You : Coke.Seller : Would you like a learge coke for 50 cents more?You : No thanks.Seller : For here or to go?Friend : For here.Seller : Alright. Thats gonna be 7.50 dollars.Friend : Here you go.Seller : Thank you.Example 2You : Hi. I want two chicken burger and one caesar salad?Seller : What would you like to drink?You : Can I have just a cup of water?Seller : Sure. Anything else?You : Nope.Seller : 18.85 please.You : Here.Seller : Thank you. Salad will be served at the table in two minutes.Example 3You : Hi. I want three chicken burger.Seller : Sorry, we run out of it today. Would you like to try other menu?You : Oh no thanks then.Example 1Waitress : Good morning. This is ABC pizza. How may I help you?You : Hi. Id like to order a pizza.Waitress : What size please?You : Large please.Waitress : What flavour would you like?You : I want Hawaiian.Waitress : Anything else?You : No.Waitress : Can I have your address please?Example 2Waitress : Good morning. This is ABC pizza. How may I help you?You : I want to order a pizza.Waitress : What topping would you like to order today?You : Can you give me some advice?Waitress : Sure. We have Super Supreme, Hawaiian and Seafood.You : Good. I want to try Large size Seafood one please.Waitress : Anything else?You : One garlic bread and beef spaghettiWaitress : Ok. Can I have your phone number and address please?Ordering breakfast
  • 2. Waitress: — Good morning. Are you ready to order?Bill Yes, I am, thank you. I´ll have three scrambled eggs with country ham, —Nichols: toast and jam, please.Waitress: — Would you like anything to drink?Bill — I´ll have a tomato juice and some iced tea.Nichols:Waitress: — Anything else?Bill — Could I have a slice of pumpkin pie?Nichols:Waitress: — Sure. Coming right up.Waiter: — Are you ready to order, sir?Mr Ryefield: — Yes. I´ll have the beef stew (jautienos troškinys) for starters and my wifewould like tomato soup.Waiter: — One beef stew and one tomato soup. What would you like for the maincourse?Mr Ryefield: — I´ll have the Cayenne Pepper Steak and my wife would like the FriedTrout with mashed potatoes.Waiter: — I´m afraid the trout is off.Mrs Ryefield: — Oh dear. Err... What else do you recommend?Waiter: — The sole is very good.Mrs Ryefield: — OK. I´ll have that. Do you have any coleslaw? (kopūstų salotos)Waiter: — No, I´m sorry, we don´t.Mrs Ryefield: — Just give me a small mixed salad then.Mr Ryefield: — Same for me.Waiter: — Certainly. (...) Would you like something to drink?Mr Ryefield: — Yes, please. May I see the wine list?Waiter: — Certainly. Here you are.(...) Mr Ryefield: — A bottle of Chablis ‘99, please.Waiter: — Excellent choice!Ordering in a Restaurant
  • 3. VocabularyA. = Adjective ADV. = Adverb IDM. = Idiom N. = Noun V. = Verban appetizer N. a small dish at the beginning of a meal, a startera chef N. a skilled cookchives N. a small onion-like herb commonly added to potatoeschowder N. a kind of soup usually containing fish and vegetablesto come with V. to include (in a meal)dressing N. a sauce added to saladsan entree N. a main disha menu N. a list of dishes available in a restaurantsalmon N. a large fish with silvery skin and pinkish meatrare A. very pink adjective used to describe a way of cooking meatmedium-rare A. slightly pink adjective used to describe a way of cooking meatmedium A. normally cooked adjective used to describe a way of cooking meatwell-done A. fully cooked adjective used to describe a way of cooking meatOrdering in a RestaurantVocabulary in ConversationFill in all the gaps using the new vocabulary, appetizer chef chives chowder comes with dressing entree menusalmon well-doneWaitress: Good evening, are you ready to order, or do you need a little more time?Tim: Yes, Im ready to order.Waitress: Did you notice on our that we have two seafood specials tonight? One is poached andthe other is grilled shark.Tim: That sounds really good, but I think I am going to start with the shrimp cocktail . And as formy , I think Ill have the New York steak.Waitress: And, how would you like that steak?Tim: Id like that . I dont like it when the meat is even a little pink.Waitress: Ill make sure the prepares it just the way you like it. The New York steak mashedpotatoes, a baked potato, or steak fries.Tim: Ill take the baked potato.Waitress: Would you like sour cream and on that?
  • 4. Tim: Ill have sour cream.Waitress: Your meal also includes a choice of soup or salad.Tim: What is the soup today?Waitress: Clam or chicken vegetable.Tim: I think Ill have the salad instead.Waitress: What kind of would you like?Tim: Blue cheese.Bottom of FormOrdering in a RestaurantVocabulary Follow-Up appetizers chef chives chowder comes with dressing entrees menu rare salmonTop of Form1. She always has Italian on her salad.2. Gerrie doesnt like most kinds of fish, but she does like .3. Keiths mom makes the best fish I have ever tasted. She uses shark, corn, potatoes, carrots,onions and peppers.4. I like my baked potatoes with butter. I dont like sour cream and .5. Gene is studying at a school in Paris to become a . He hopes to run his own restaurant.6. The steak was prepared very . It looked like they hadnt even cooked it.7. That Chinese restaurant has a fantastic selection of dishes on their .8. The meal soup or salad and a dessert afterwards.9. The at that restaurant are huge. There is no reason to order side dishes or dessert.10. Buffalo wings, potato skins, and shrimp cocktail are all famous American . At the restaurant1) The waiterWhat can I do for you?Can I help you?Can I take your coat?Have you booked a table?How many are you?Would you follow me, please?Can I take your order, sir/madam?What would you like to start with?
  • 5. What would you like to drink?What would you like for dessert?How would you like your steak? (rare, medium, well done)Do you want a salad with it?What kind of dressing?Anything to drink?Do you want a dessert?The burgers are very good.Sorry, the hamburgers are off.Is everything all right?Did you enjoy your meal?Are you paying together?May I show you to a table?If you wait, therell be a table for you free in a minute.Do you want vegetables with it?Why dont you try the pizza?Itll take about 20 minutes.2) The guestA table for two, please.May we sit at this table?The menu, please.Whats on the menu?Do you want fish?Whats Irish Stew like?Were not ready yet.The steak for me, please.Can you bring me the ketchup, please?A salad, please.Ill have the same.Thats all, thank you.Can I have the bill (AE: check), please?This is on me.Here you are.The rest is for you.Have you got wine by the glass?Id prefer red wine.Please bring us another beer.Could I have chips (AE: French Fries) instead of salad?What can you recommend?Please bring me the bill (AE: check) with my coffee.I think youve made a mistake.