Eating Out

1.- Vocabulary – Restaurants

Waiter: camarero 
Customer: cliente
Menu: menú
Starters: primer plato 
Main course: plato principal 
Dish of the day: plato del día 
Dessert/pudding: postre
The bill: la cuenta 

Knife: cuchillo
Fork: tenedor
Spoon: cuchara
Plate: plato
Glass: vaso 

To book: reservar
To wait: esperar
To recommend: recomendar
To choose: elegir
To order: pedir
To owe: deber

 

Useful Expressions

Can I reserve a table?: ¿Puedo reservar una mesa? 
Waiter, bring me the menu, please: Camarero, traiga la carta, por favor
What do you recommend?: ¿Qué recomienda usted?
To drink, a bottle of red wine: Para beber, una botella de vino tinto
Is the service charge included?: ¿Se incluye el servicio?
I’m hungry: Tengo hambre
I’m thirsty: Tengo sed
What would you like?: ¿Qué quieres?
I would like….: Quiero
Can I have the bill please?: ¿Puedes traerme la cuenta?
Cheers!: ¡Salud!
Enjoy your meal!: ¡Qué aproveche!

 

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1.A.- Practice

Find the following words in the word search.

Customer / Thirsty / Waiter / Hungry / Cheers / Knife / Spoon / Plate / Glass / Fork

 

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2.- Grammar - Would like

The English are polite when they speak. Usually, in a restaurant the waiter will ask you:

  • What would you like to drink? Que le gustaria beber?
  • What would you like to eat? Que le gustaria comer?

You respond:

  • I would like…… or I’d like a coke, please Me gustaría un coca cola.
  • I’d like a club sandwich, please. Me gustaría un sandwich club.

I’d like = I would like

 

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2.A.- Make sentences with "like" or "would like"

Example:

  • I have more than 1000 books at home. 
  • I like to read

Inicia sesión para hacer seguimiento de tus autoevaluaciones
1)My car es thirty years old (buy a new car)
2)Carly´s house is very small (buy new house)
3)John buys a lot of clothes (clothes)
4)We eat chocolate every day (chocolate)
5)I don´t want to go out tonight (stay at home)
Corregir   Ver Solución   Limpiar

 


3.- Grammar – The Past Simple (Regular Verbs)

Form: Bare Infinitive + ed


WORK

  • Present: I work every day.
  • Past: I worked every day

WATCH

  • Present: I watch television at the weekend.
  • Past: I watched television at the weekend.

PLAY

  • Present: I play football at school.
  • Past: I played football at school.

Use:

1. To talk about things that happened in the past:

  • I stayed in that hotel last week.
  • He worked all night and finished the project.

2. To talk about the general past and about regular actions:

  • We lived in Rome for a year when I was a child.
  • Our friends often visited us in Madrid.


 

3.A.- Practice

Put the verb in brackets into the Past Simple.

Inicia sesión para hacer seguimiento de tus autoevaluaciones
1)I very long hours (work)
2)I in London in 1920 (live)
3)My mother when I was 12 years old (die)
4)I work at 09:00am and I at 19:00pm (start/finish)
5)In the 1920s I after five children (look)
6)He me just last month (visit)
7)Las night I my bedroom (clean)
8)My grandmother last year (retire)
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4.- Reading

(Para ver la traducción hacer doble click en el texto; un click vuelve a posición original)

 

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Eating Out

 

4.A.- Practice

True or False. Correct the false statements

Inicia sesión para hacer seguimiento de tus autoevaluaciones
1)The customer orders a lemonade
2)The customer order soup as a started
3)The waiter offers the customer some bread
4)The customer has a steak for main course
5)The custumer has a dessert
Corregir   Ver Solución   Limpiar

 

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