May I Take Your Order?

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  • May I Take Your Order?

    1. 1. May I take your order? By M.D. Sandra Meza April 2007
    2. 2. NOTE: I´m so sorry for the last presentation. I didn´t mean to do that. I thought a partener did it and we really don´t know who made it. I just inserted some extra material. It was my mistake. I´m really sorry! Now. Here´s the new version. SEMP
    3. 3. VOCABULARY Meals and Junk Food
    4. 4. Salad Spaghetti Soup Fish SEMP
    5. 5. Bread Cereal Cheese Rice SEMP
    6. 6. Pizza Sandwich Taco Bacon and eggs SEMP
    7. 7. Corn dog French fries Hamburger Hotdog SEMP
    8. 8. Steak SEMP
    9. 9. Exercise Say the amount of things you see and if they are countable or uncuntable
    10. 10. SNACKS Peanuts Jello Pudding SEMP
    11. 11. Nachos Potato chips Chocolate bar Pie SEMP
    12. 12. Popsicle Ice cream bar Ice cream cone SEMP
    13. 13. Muffin Pretzel Cake Doughnut SEMP
    14. 14. Popcorn Sundae Crackers Cookies SEMP
    15. 15. Can I Take Your Order? SEMP
    16. 16. Can I take your order? Would you like anything to drink? Anything else? Here you have! Would you like a dessert? Yes, Please.We´ll have a cheese burger. Yes, I´d like an ice tea and he´ll have a regular coke. No, thanks. That will be all. No, thanks. Can you bring me the bill, please? Of course. SEMP
    17. 17. Would <ul><li>Would is a modal verb and like all others of its kind is followed by the infinitive without ' to ‘ </li></ul><ul><li>Would is often contracted in spoken English to 'd. </li></ul><ul><li>Example: </li></ul><ul><li>I 'd like french fries, please. </li></ul><ul><li>He 'd like a regular soda. </li></ul><ul><li>What would you like to drink? </li></ul><ul><li>Would you like dressing? </li></ul><ul><li>Would is a very flexible word and has many uses. </li></ul>SEMP
    18. 18. Will <ul><li>Will is an auxiliar that implies future but it´s useful when you use it with the verb “have”for asking things in a restaurant. </li></ul><ul><li>Will is often contracted in spoken English to ‘ll. Example: </li></ul><ul><li>I ‘ll have a chesse burger, please.. </li></ul><ul><li>He ‘ll have a regular soda. </li></ul>SEMP

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