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Ordering at McDonalds Dialogue I Dialogue II Vocabulary Patterns 補充字彙
Dialogue I Clerk: Hi,may I help you? Student: Two hamburgers, please. Clerk: Anything to drink? Student:One small coke. Clerk: Anything else? Student: Yes, two fries, please. Clerk: Large, medium, or small?
Student: Medium. Clerk: How about an apple pie? Student: No, thanks. How much is it? Clerk: That ’ s 240 NT dollars. Student: Here ’ s 300 NT dollars. Clerk: Thank you. Here ’ s your change, 60 dollars.
Dialogue II Clerk: Hi,what would you like to order? Student: I ’ d like to have six chicken nuggets. Clerk: Anything to drink? Student: Yes,orange juice, please. Clerk: What about a hamburger? Student: No, I want an ice cream.
Clerk: Here or to go? Student: Take-out, please. Can I have some more ketchup and napkins? Clerk:Sure, that ’ s all? Student: Yes, how much is it? Clerk: That ’ s 100 NT dollars. Student: Here ’ s 100 NT dollars. Clerk: Thank you very much. Have a nice day.
Vocabulary * hamburger : 漢堡 Hamburgers easily make us fat. * coke : 可樂 Drinking coke often does harm to our health. * medium: 中等的 The man is of medium height.
* ketchup : 蕃茄醬 The smell of ketchup makes me sick. * napkin : 餐巾 We need napkins to wipe our mouths after meal.
Patterns 1 else ( 其它的 ) : 常和 anything,anywhere, anyone 等連用, 且須放於這些字之後 2 medium,small,large : 均表尺寸之形容詞 又 medium 亦可譯成 “ 半熟的 ” 3 How about/what about + Ving / N : 用來 表達提議, 建議之意 Ex: How about going to the movies?
4 I ’ d like to = I would like to = I want to 5 here or to go: 內用或者是外帶