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We had a terrible evening. For a start, Peter was coming down with a (1) __ and he felt awful. We had to wait half an hour for our table, which was in the corner, even though I specifically asked for one next to the (2)_____ and then another half-hour just to get the (3)___. The waiter was useless. We had to ask for everything about three times and then he brought the wrong order anyway. I don’t know why he didn’t just write it down in a little (4) ___like they usually do. We’d just got the first course, which was actually quite good, when there was a this huge(5)____from the kitchen and the chef stormed out with a big ladle in his hand and started shouting and swearing at the waiter in front of all the customers. Frankly, I knew how he felt. But for me, the worst thing was just after the first course when we suddenly saw a (6) ___running across the floor, closely followed by the restaurant cat. Well, that was it for me. I couldn’t eat another thing. Peter struggled on until he found a bright green (7) ___ in his tomato salad. Honestly, you should have seen his face! At that precise moment there was a (8) ___and a flash and I looked up to see a photographer. He’d just taken our picture. ‘Something to preserve your (9) ___of this evening?’ he said. I’m not going to tell you what I said!
IV. Sort these foods into the categories.
A–Appetizer (served before the main dish)
E–Entrée (main dish of the meal)
D– Dessert (a sweet course at the end of a meal)
A E D
· Shrimp Cocktail
· Caesar Salad
· Fresh Tuna Steak
· Grilled Chicken
· Nachos with spicy dips
· Green Salad
· Spaghetti Bolognese
· Tropical Fruit Salad
· Mushroom Soup
· Apple Pie
· Vanilla Ice cream
V. During a meal out with a client or colleague, when would you expect to hear the following? Match each expression with its meaning.
1. What can I get you? a. From your description, I’m going to like this dish.
2. That sounds nice. b. Can you tell me where the toilet is?
3. How’s yours? c. No thank you. I don’t want any more.
4. Just a drop, thanks. d. I’ll have just a little more wine, thank you.
5. It’s an acquired taste. e. Please start.
6. Nothing to start with, thanks. f. You must let me pay!
7. No, I’m all right, thanks. g. What would you like to drink?
8. Don’t wait for me. h. It’s unusual and you may not like it at first.
9. Where is the loo here? i. I’ll pay.
10. This one’s on me. j. What’s your meal like?
11. No, no, I insist. k. I don’t want a first course, thank you.
I. Listen to two conversations. For each one, decide what sort of restaurant the people are in and what the people choose to eat.
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