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3 a bowla cup a menu a napkin a plate a fork a knife cutlery a glass water jar a teaspoon a teapot a tablecloth a bread basket A soup/ table spoon 1) Click with your mouse to see a picture. 2) Click on the picture to hear the word. 3) Click next to the picture to see how the word is written.

4 a barmaid a barman/ a bartender a waiter a dishwasher a chef a waitress a wine waiter

5 a bill to pay a bill customers to reserve a table to order to take an order to give a tip/ to tip non smoking area/ smoking area

6 eggplant appetizers onion soup shrimp cocktail grilled chicken lamb chops roastbeef seafood stew spaghetti with mussels Here are some examples of: Appetizers / starters: Main courses:

7 Drinks: Side dishes:Desserts a baked potato French fries rice with vegetables mixed vegetables mashed potatoes with gravy sauce chocolate cake doughnuts fruit salad apple pie ice creampancakes beer soda mineral water coffee tea wine

8 Look at the pictures between a family arriving at the restaurant and a waitress. Click on the bubbles to listen to the conversation. Then repeat the sentences and act the scene. Good evening. Welcome to The River Thames restaurant. What can I do for you? Good evening. My name’s Johnson. I have a table booked for four. All right. Please follow me. Excuse-me but could we have a table by the window, please? Absolutely. This way, please.

9 Look at the pictures between a customer and a waiter. Click on the bubbles to listen to the conversation. Then repeat the sentences and act the scene. Restaurant Sweet Dreams. Good morning. Morning. I’d like to reserve a table for two, please, in the name of Hobson. Sure. Smoking or non smoking? I’d like a non-smoking table, please. Could you be sure it’s a quiet table ? Of course, madam. What time will you be there? At about 8 o’clock. Is it all right for you? Absolutely. See you tonight madam. Good bye. Have a nice day.

10 Look at the pictures between a family arriving at the restaurant and a waitress. Click on the bubbles to listen to the conversation. Then repeat the sentences and act the scene. Good evening. Can I help you? Yes, we’d like to have dinner. We are 2 adults and 3 children. Have you made a reservation? No, sorry. We haven’t. If you wait, there’ll be a table free in a minute.

11 Look at the pictures between the customers and the waiter. Click on the bubbles to listen to the conversation. Then repeat the sentences and act the scene. Are you ready to order or do you need a little more time? I’m not sure. What would you recommend? As a start, I recommend you the shrimp cocktail. It is delicious. So, I’d like a shrimp cocktail as a start and then I’ll have a steak. Do you want vegetables with it? Yes, I’d like boiled potatoes instead of baked with mushrooms and tomatoes. What about you madam? As a start I’ll have the soup of the day and then the grilled ham with mashed potatoes and spinach. How would you like your steak: well done, medium or rare? I’d like it medium.

12 Look at the pictures between the customers and the waiter. Click on the bubbles to listen to the conversation. Then repeat the sentences and act the scene. May I take your order madam? Um, yes. What’s today’s special.? Today’s special is the fillet of sole with boiled rice and vegetables but I’m sorry we’re out of fillet of sole. Well then. What is the chef’s speciality? Lamb chops with grilled vegetables and a gravy sauce. Yes, I’ll have the chef’s speciality for the main course. I’d also like a bottle of Bourgogne, please.

13 Look at the pictures between the customers and the waiter. Click on the bubbles to listen to the conversation. Then repeat the sentences and act the scene. Here it is sir. Could I have the bill, please ? Do you take VISA card? Yes, we do sir.

14 Look at the pictures between the customers and the waiter. Click on the bubbles to listen to the conversation. Then repeat the sentences and act the scene. Are you paying together? No, we’d like separated bills.

15 There are many reasons to complain in a restaurant. Here are some examples of complaining. I think there is something wrong with the bill! I’m sorry but I ordered the steak,,not the fish! Look! We’ve been waiting half an hour for our drinks! Excuse-me, this steak is overdone. I ordered it rare.

16 Making a reservation I’d like to reserve a table for two, please, in the name of Hobson. I’d like a non-smoking table, please. Could you make sure it’s a quiet table, please? Could we have the table over there, please? My name’s Miller. I have a table booked for two. Arriving at the restaurant CustomerWaiter/ maître d’hôtel Can I help you?/ What can I do for you? Click on the bubbles to listen to the sentences.

17 Could we have a table by the window? I’d like a non-smoking table, please. Have you booked a table?/ Have you made a reservation? If you wait, there’ll be a table free in a minute. Placing an order What’s today’s special/ the dish of the day? Can/ could we have the menu, please? I’d like boiled potatoes instead of baked. Shall we have the set menu or shall we eat à la carte? What would you recommend? Sorry we’re out of fillet of sole. How would you like your steak? Well done, medium or rare What would you like to start with? Can/ may I take your order, sir/ madam?

18 As a start/ appetizer (US) I’ll have the soup. What’s the chef’s speciality? For the main course, we’ll have the roast turkey. Could we have a look at the dessert menu? Do you want vegetables with it? Would you like/ are you ready to order or do you need a little more time? Paying Is the tip/ service included? Do you take VISA?

19 How much are we supposed to tip ? We’d like separated bills, please. Shall we share the bill? Could I have the bill, please? This is on me. Are you paying together? Complaining Look! We’ve been waiting half an hour for our drinks ! I’m sorry, but I ordered the steak, not the fish. Excuse-me, the steak is overdone. I ordered it rare. This meat is cold, too tough and the bread is stale. The food is good but the service is too slow.

20 Slideshow created by Mrs Sailly Collège Marcel Marceron, académie de Rouen August 2011


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