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VI. Read and translate the dialogues.

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Jim: Hello! Nice to see you.

Helen: Good afternoon! Glad to meet you too.

Jim: What a nice day today! Where will we go?

Helen: Would you like to go to the restaurant "Moscow" and to try some dishes of the Russian cuisine? I'm rather hungry

Jim: OK! I want to taste Russian shchee or borshch

Helen: And I can recommend you Russian bliny and blinchiki with mushrooms, caviar or minced meat. They are so tasty

Jim: Well! Let's go! It seems to me I'm hungry now too.


Waiter: Good morning! Nice to see you in our cafe.

Mrs Deans: Good morning! Glad to meet you too.

Waiter: What can I do for you?

Mrs Deans: Breakfast for me, please.

Waiter: Here is a menu card.

Mrs Deans: Thank you, but I'm on a diet. What can you recommend?

Waiter: We have a large variety of milk products: tvorog, smetana, ryazhenka and kefir, diferent kinds of kasha.

Mrs Deans: Can you tell me some words about tvorog and ryazhenka? I don't know what they are.

Waiter: Tvorog is a sort of dry granulated cream cheese and ryazhenka is a sour-milk product made from baked milk.

Mrs Deans: OK! I don't like kasha, so will you bring me tvorog and ryazhenka?

Waiter: Anything else? Would you like to taste Russian krendeli, boubliki or sooshki?

Mrs Deans: Sooshki? What is it?

Waiter: Sooshki are small ring-shaped crackers. They are rather good 'or tea.

Mrs Deans: Then a cup of fresh-made tea with lemon and sooshki.

Waiter: I'll do it in no time... Here is your breakfast. Good appetite!

Mrs Deans: Thank you. How much is it? Waiter: 85 roubles.

Mrs Deans: Here is the money, keep the change. aiter: Thank you. Come to our cafe again.

Waiter: Good afternoon, sir! Glad to see you. Can I help you?

Mr Campbell: Good afternoon! Nice to see you too. I would like to have a birthday party in your restaurant.

Waiter: When do you want to come? And how many of you?

Mr Campbell: Tomorrow at seven o'clock in the evening. A table for four, please. We would like to taste national Russian cuisine.

Waiter: OK! Here is a menu card. We have a big choice of appetizers salads, pelmeni, meat and fish dishes.

Mr Campbell: Well, I would like to have red caviar, herring, pickled cucumbers and salted mushrooms.

Waiter: I advise you to order traditional Russian meat dish kholodets. It is an aspic dish made with pig's trotters or ox cheek. And what main courses do you prefer? Meat or fish dishes?

Mr Campbell: We want to taste Russian pelmeni. Can you tell me some words about them?

Waiter: They are meat dumplings, dough is rolled thin, cut into small pieces and then filled. Pelmeni are cooked in boiling water. We have pelmeni with different kinds of filling: meat, fish, mushrooms.

Mr Campbell: OK! I'll take pelmeni with meat filling. What can you recommend for dessert?

Waiter: We have fruit and berry kissels.

Mr Campbell: What are they?

Waiter: Kissels are made from fruit or berry juice and potato flour. They are tasty. And of course, you should order Guryevskaya kasha for dessert. It's a many-layered cooked semolina with layers of jam and baked milk skin. It's delicious.

Mr Campbell: Thank you. I'll order kissel and Guryevskaya kasha for dessert. And what about zbiten for drink? They say it's an old Russian beverage made from kvas, cognac or vodka, honey, tea and spices, isn't it?

Waiter: Oh yes! We have it.

Mr Campbell: Well! How much is my bill?

Waiter: Just a minute, please. I won't be long... Here is your bill.

Mr Campbell: Thanks a lot. It's not very expensive. We'll be at seven tomorrow.

Waiter: You are always welcome. See you tomorrow.

Mr Campbell: Goodbye! Have a nice day!

VII. Make up a dialogue based on the menu of restaurant “Russian Style”:

Appetizers Lightly salted salmon Soaked apples Jellied calf s tongue

Main course Roast beef Stroganoff with macaroni Pike-perch rolls Carp baked with mushrooms Meat, mushrooms, fish pelmeni

Salads Russian salad Salad "Olivier" Vegetable salad

Desserts Guryevskaya kasha Bliny with strawberries Cranberry kissel with ice cream Baked apples

Soups Sauerkrout shchee Mushroom soup Fish soup (ukha)

Beverages Kvas Zbiten

Menu Card


1. Моченые яблоки, щи из кислой капусты, пельмени с грибами, квас.

2. Слабосоленого лосося; овощной салат; уху; карпа, запеченного с грибами, для себя и своей подруги.

3. Для себя и трех своих друзей салат «Оливье», бефстроганов, запеченные яблоки.

4. Грибной суп, пельмени с рыбой, сбитень, гурьевскую кашу.

5. Заливной телячий язык, квас, клюквенный кисель с мороженным

VIII. Choose the right answer:

1. Sour cream is… to most Russian soups, a) added; b) baked; c) cooked.

2. Pelmeni are …cooked in slightly boiling water, a) whipped; b) salted; c) cooled.

3. Fillings are …made of beef, mutton or pork, a) minced; b) mixed; c) broiled.

4. Kasha or porridge …in the Russian brick stove has a special flavour, a) broiled; b) baked; c) cooked.

5. Beef steaks and schnitzels …are on frying pans, a) combined; b) boiled; c) fried.

6. Russian-style … mushrooms are real forest mushrooms, a) salted; b) drained; c) cut.

7. The typical Russian meat dish is a suckling pig …whole, a) stewed; b) stuffed; c) baked.

8. Beef fillet is… with mushrooms. a) roasted ; b) mashed ; c) minced.

9…. salmon dishes are very delicious. a) Grated; b) Cut; c) Fried.

10. Then the semolina is….a) tossed; b) sliced; c) whisked.

IX. Name the following dishes:

1. This soup is served cold and has dark red colour.

2. It's a sort of dry granulated cream cheese.

3. They are small ring-shaped crackers.

4. This soup is served cold, its base is kvas.

5. This sour-milk product is made from baked milk.

6. They are made from dough and different kinds of filling and are cooked in boiling water.

7. It's a many-layered cooked semolina with layers of jam and baked-milkskin.

8. This kind of salad is called "Russian salad" all over the world, but the Russians call it with a French name.

9. You can't spoil it with butter.

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