2019-04-01

Ordering Meals in English

Ordering Meals

in a restaurant

Ordering Meals in A Restaurant

Artikel ini dalam Bahasa Indonesia

Do you know how to order meals in a restaurant? Do you know what to say to the waitress? For students who are still learning English, here is an article to help you out. It has a simple dialog of a waitress and a restaurant customer. Happy learning!

THE CONVERSATION

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Customer: Yes, I'd like to have some lunch. Waitress: Would you like something for a starter? Customer: I'd like a grilled cheese sandwich. Waitress: Would Pepsi be OK for you? We don't have Coke. Sorry. Waitress: Can I bring you anything else? Customer: I don't have my glasses. How much is the lunch? Waitress: That would be $6.75. Waitress: You're welcome. You have a good day, Sir. Customer: Thank you. Same to you.
Waitress: Hello, there! Can I help you? Customer: Yes, I'd like a bowl of chicken soup, please. Waitress: And what would you like to have for the main course? Waitress: Would you like anything to drink? Customer: Yes, I'd like a glass of Coke, please. Customer: That would be fine. ... (30 minutes later) ... Customer: No, thank you. Just the bill, please. Waitress: Certainly, Sir. Customer: Here you are. Thank you very much.
Waitress: Hello, there! Can I help you? Customer: Yes, I'd like to have some lunch. Waitress: Would you like something for a starter? Customer: Yes, I'd like a bowl of chicken soup, please. Waitress: And what would you like to have for the main course? Customer: I'd like a grilled cheese sandwich. Waitress: Would you like anything to drink? Customer: Yes, I'd like a glass of Coke, please. Waitress: Would Pepsi be OK for you? We don't have Coke. Sorry. Customer: That would be fine. ... (30 minutes later) ... Waitress: Can I bring you anything else? Customer: No, thank you. Just the bill, please. Waitress: Certainly, Sir. Customer: I don't have my glasses. How much is the lunch? Waitress: That would be $6.75. Customer: Here you are. Thank you very much. Waitress: You're welcome. You have a good day, Sir. Customer: Thank you. Same to you.

THE AUDIO

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THE CONVERSATION TEXT

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Waitress:
"Hello, there! Can I help you?"
Customer:
"Yes, I'd like to have some lunch."
Waitress:
"Would you like something for a starter?"
Customer:
"Yes, I'd like a bowl of chicken soup, please."
Waitress:
"And what would you like to have for the main course?"
Customer:
"I'd like a grilled cheese sandwich."
Waitress:
"Would you like anything to drink?"
Customer:
"Yes, I'd like a glass of Coke, please."
Waitress:
"Would Pepsi be OK for you? We don't have Coke. Sorry."
Customer:
"That would be fine."

... (30 minutes later) ...

Waitress:
"Can I bring you anything else?"
Customer:
"No, thank you. Just the bill, please."
Waitress:
"Certainly, Sir."
Customer:
"I don't have my glasses. How much is the lunch?"
Waitress:
"That would be $6.75"
Customer:
"Here you are. Thank you very much."
Waitress:
"You're welcome. You have a good day, Sir."
Customer:
"Thank you. Same to you."

THE CONVERSATION QUIZ

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