Food Eating out
MEATS CHICKEN STEAK LAMB PORK NUGGETS
FRENCH FRIES BAKED POTATOES MASHED POTATOES RICE
SEAFOOD FISH SHRIMPS
SALADS BROCCOLI CAULIFLOWER TOMATO LETTUCE
Side dishes Green salad fruit salad Mixed vegetables Mixed vegetables
FAST FOOD HOT DOG HAMBURGER PIZZA
HEALTHY FOOD CHICKEN SALAD SOUP
DESSERTS CHOCOLATE CAKE ICE CREAM CHEESECAKE FRUIT SALAD
still or sparkling water
Drinks still or sparkling water JUICE ICED TEA SODAS WINE BEER COFFEE HOT CHOCOLATE
What would you like to order?
Interaction We use Would you like … ? to offer things:
A: Would you like some coffee? B: No, thank you. A: Would you like a chocolate? B: Yes, please. A: What would you like, tea or coffee? B: Tea, please.
Grammar We use Would you like to …? to invite somebody:
Would you like to go for a walk? A: Would you like to have dinner with us on Sunday? B: Yes, I’d love to. (= I would love to have dinner with you) What would you like to do this evening?
Grammar I’d like … is a polite way to say ‘I want’.
I’d like = I would like: I’m thirsty. I’d like a drink. (in a tourist office) I’d like some information about hotels, please. I’d like to see the film on television this evening.
Read this dialogue Waiter: Hello, Can I help you? Kim: Yes, I would like to have some lunch. Waiter: Would you like main dishes? Kim: Yes, I would like a bowl of chicken soup, please. Waiter: And what would you like for side dishes? Kim: I'd like mixed vegetables. Waiter: Would you like anything to drink? Kim: Yes, I'd like a glass of Coke, please. Waiter: Can I bring you anything else? Kim: No thank you. Just the bill.
Fill in the gaps. Choose the correct answer
Fill in the gaps. Choose the correct answer. Help, I’d like, anything, what would you like , please. Waiter: Hello, Can I ___ you? Kim: Yes, ____ to have some lunch Waiter: ____a starter? Kim: Yes, I'd like a bowl of chicken soup, _____. Waiter: And what _____for a main course? Kim: I'd like a grilled cheese sandwich. Waiter: Would you like _____ to drink? Kim: Yes, I'd like a glass of Coke, please.
Practice You want to celebrate your birthday in a new Chinese restaurant. Telephone the restaurant and book a table. Say hello Explain what you want to do and Say how many people Say when and what time Ask about opening times Special menu for children Vegetarian dishes Book a table Say goodbye
You are at a restaurant with your sister
You are at a restaurant with your sister. Look at the following prompts and make the conversation Examiner: ……………….. You: Good afternoon. Would / like / book table. You: (Say how many you are). You: Thankyou. Can / menu? SOME MINUTES LATER… You: Yes. Like / salad / spaghetti. You: We / have / mineral water / bottle wine. Examiner: ……………… You: Which / dessert / have? Examiner: ………………. You: No dessert. Thanks. SOME MINUTES LATER… You: Bill? Examiner: ……………….. You: Sorry / problem / bill. Not / ours. You: (Give money) here / are. You: Thank you.
You go to the butcher’s to buy some meat
You go to the butcher’s to buy some meat. Look at the following prompts and make the conversation: Examiner: ……………….. You: Good …………….. Can / have / beef / burgers? You: (Say how many). You: Yes. Also / like / 1 kg / lamb chops. You: Then / have / 1 kg / steak You: No. Price / ham / over there? You: OK. Have / 150 grams? You: No. Cost? Examiner: ……………….. You: Oh! Red sausages / look nice. Have / half a kilo / please. You: (Give money) here / are. You: (Greeting).
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