Ordering Food in a Restaurant II
Students will be able to categorize food.
Students will be able to give and take orders from a menu.
appetizer, soup & salad, main dish, dessert, beverage, roast, beef, pork, lamb chops, mashed, grilled, baked, mixed, fried.
Introduce a dialogue using the key expressions.
- May I take your order?
- I'll have...
- How was your meal?
- It was fine.
- Would you like anything for dessert?
- Can I get you anything else?
Go through the dialogue and ask students what the key expressions mean.
Students make up their own dialogues using key expressions.
Students perform their role play.
Waiter: May I take your order?
Customer: Sure, I'll start with the lamp chops with mashed potatoes.
Waiter: Would you like soup or salad with that?
Customer: I'd like to have the onion soup and the fruit salad.
Waiter: Would you like anything to drink?
Customer: I think I'll have a glass of milk.
Waiter: How was your meal?
Customer: It was very good, thank you.
Waiter: Would you like something for dessert?
Customer: Vanilla cake, please.
Waiter: Can I get you anything else?
Customer: No, thanks just the check (bill) please.
May I take your order? I'll have....
Are you ready to order? I'd like to have...
Would you like to order? I think I'll have...
How was your meal? It was fine.
How was everything? It was good.
Did you enjoy your meal? It was excellent.
It was all right.
Would you like anything [to drink, for dessert]? Can I get you anything else?
Would you like something [to drink, for dessert]? Will there be anything else?
Can I get you anything [to drink, for dessert]?