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Listen (quiet) Try to speak English Be polite (please and thank you) Be prepared (pencil, book) No cell phones in class
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have pizza please.
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have a sandwich please.
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have spaghetti please.
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have a hamburger please.
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have ice cream please.
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have milk please.
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have cake please.
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have pizza and a hamburger please.
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have a sandwich and spaghetti please.
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have cake and milk please.
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have a hamburger and ice cream please.
Welcome, may I take your order? I’ll have french fries, a hotdog and a cola please.
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