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2. VOCABULARY


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1 waiter
2 menu
3 wine list
4 dessert cart


THE MENU:
1.

DRINKS


2.

STARTERS / APPETIZERS


3.

MAIN COURSES


4.

DESSERTS

/dɪ'zɜ:ts/

Be careful with the pronunciation of dessert /dɪ'zɜ:ts/, don't confuse it with desert /'dezət/.



bill
cuenta
Could you bring me the bill, please?
bottle
botella
Can you bring me another bottle of wine, please?
coffee
café
Is the coffe included in the price of the set menu?
cook
cocinero
This restaurant's cook is French.
customer
cliente

cutlery
cubiertos
The knife, the fork and the spoon make up the cutlery.
Cutlery can be made up by knives, forks and spoons.
dessert
postre
Is the dessert included in the set menu?
first course / starter
1er plato / entrante
What do you have for first course?
fork
tenedor
I need a fork for the beef.
glass
vaso
I would like another glass of water.
knife
cuchillo
This knife doesn't cut.
main course
plato principal
For the main course, I would like a chicken fillet.
menu
carta
Could you bring me the menu?
napkin
servilleta
You're cleaning yourself with my napkin.
order
pedir
Have you ordered yet?
plate
plato
This plate is dirty. Can you bring me another one?
reservation
reserva

set menu
menú (del día)
Do you have a set menu of the day?
spoon
cuchara
Can you bring me a spoon for the soup?
starter / first course
entrante / 1er plato
What do you have for first course?
table
mesa

table cloth
mantel
This table cloth is dirty.
waiter
camarero

wineglass
copa
Could you bring me a glass of wine, please?

Useful sentences:
What would you like?
Would you like anything else?



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A RESTAURANT MENU:
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THE RESTAURANT.jpg


A seat the customers
1 hostess
5 table
9 bread basket
13 salad bar


B pour the water
2 host
6 high chair
10 busperson
14 dining room


C take the order
3 diner/patron/customer
7 booster seat
11 waitress/server
15 kitchen


D serve the meal
4 booth
8 menu
12 waiter/server
16 chef





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silverware:
E clear the table
17 dishroom
21 check
25 dinner plate
29 cup

32 salad fork
F pay the check
18 dishwasher
22 tip
26 soup bowl
30 saucer

33 dinner fork
G leave a tip
19 tray
23 salad plate
27 water glass
31 napkin

34 knife
H set the table
20 dessert cart
24 bread-and-butter plate
28 wine glass


35 teaspoon






36 soup spoon






37 butter knife


Match the vocabulary to form phrases:
1. clear
A. some beer
2. serve
B. an order
3. take
C. the table
4. look at
D. the menu
5. drink
E. the onions and fish
6. fry
F. the table
7. set
G. food

Answers:
1. clear the table / 2. serve food / 3. take an order / 4. look at the menu / 5. drink some beer / 6. fry the onions and fish / 7. set the table

3. ORDERING A MEAL


mushroom ravioli
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mozzarella salad
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chicken (grilled / roasted / wings)
Grilled_Chicken.jpg
roasted chicken.jpg
chicken wings.jpg




Do the quiz:
























1.
Can I take your order, sir?
Yes. I’d like to try the steak, please.
And to follow?
Ice-cream, please.
2.
Have you decided on something, sir?
Yes. Haddock and chips for me, please.
How about the sweet?
No sweet thanks. Just coffee.
3.
have you chosen something, sir?
Yes, I think I’ll have the curry, please.
What would you like afterwards?
I’d like some fruit if you have any.
4.
May I take your order, sir?
I’ll just take a small salad, please.
Do you want any sweet?
Apple pie and custard would be nice.


Oxford University Press Practical English: Audio Phrase Bank File 7


Good manners at a restaurant:
Will you bring me a spoon, please?
Would you bring me a spoon, please?
Would you please bring me a spoon?
Could you (please) bring me a spoon?
Could you possibly bring me a spoon?
Would you kindly bring me a poon?
Would you mind bringing me a spoon?
Would you be so kind as to bring me a spoon?


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Intenta hacer tú un diálogo siguiendo estas tablas:







Fast food
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1 hamburger
5 chicken sandwich
9 taco
13 salad
17 soda
21 napkins
25 mayonnaise
2 cheeseburger
6 fried chicken
10 burrito
14 ice cream
18 lids
22 plastic utensils
26 relish
3 hot dog
7 french fries
11 slice of pizza
15 frozen yogurt
19 paper cups
23 ketchup
27 salad dressing
4 fish sandwich
8 nachos
12 bowl of chili
16 milkshake
20 straws
24 mustard




AT THE RESTAURANT
  • Vocabulary. Choose the correct word and then click "Grade Me" to check your answers.
  • Listening I. You will hear a man and a woman ordering a meal in a restaurant. Listen to what they order and write down the answers to the questions. You will hear the listening twice. After you have finished, click on the arrow to see if you have answered the questions correctly.
  • Listening II. Ordering breakfast. Dialogue and audio.
  • Listening III. Ordering lunch and dinner. Dialogue and audio.



Listening Practice

Click on the link, listen and do the activities:
· In the pub



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FOOD PREPARATION AND RECIPES.jpg
1 cut (up)
5 peel
9 pour
13 put_in_
17 broil
21 simmer
2 chop (up)
6 break
10 add
14 cook
18 steam
22 roast
3 slice
7 beat
11 combine__and
15 bake
19 fry
23 barbecue/grill
4 grate
8 stir
12 mix_and_
16 boil
20 saute
24 stir-fry





25 microwave



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1 wash
2 peel
3 grate
4 chop

5 crush
6 beat
7 cut


8 slice
9 grease
10 break
11 stir
12 mix



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13 knead
14 steam
15 saute
16 pour
17 weigh

18 boil
19 add
20 bake
21 stir-fry
22 grill
23 roast


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16 pour
17 weigh
24 barbecue
25 measure
26 fry


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grate (rallar)
whisk (batir)
roll (hacer rodar, pasar el rodillo)
simmer (hervir/cocer a fuego lento)
poach (escalfar, cocer)
roast (asar)
grill (gratinar (en el hornillo), asar/hacer a la parrilla)




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