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1. Vocabulary

  • chef’s salad
  • sour cream on the side
  • a glass of iced tea
  • wild salmon
  • french fries
  • steak and baked potato
  • blue cheese dressing
  • tiramisu
  • chocolate mousse
  • lemon sorbet

Dialog
[PAM] The sirloin steak sounds really good.
[SALLY] I’m more interested in the salmon.
[WAITRESS] Are you ready to order?
[PAM] Umm, yes, I think so. I’ll have the sirloin steak, please.
[WAITRESS] Very good. And how would you like your steak?
[PAM] Medium rare, please.
[WAITRESS] Okay. And would you like a baked potato or french fries with that?
[PAM] A baked potato, please. And I’d like a little sour cream on the side.
[WAITRESS] Sure. And would you like something to drink?
[PAM] Yes. I’ll have a glass of iced tea.
[WAITRESS] Very good.
[SALLY] I’ll have the chef’s salad to start. And then I’ll have the wild salmon with lemon and butter.
[WAITRESS] Okay. What kind of dressing would you like with your salad?
[SALLY] Blue cheese, please. And could I have that on the side?
[WAITRESS] Of course. Anything to drink?
[SALLY] Uh, I’ll also have a glass of iced tea.
[WAITRESS] Excellent. I’ll be right back with your tea.

2. Grammar

  • A: Would you like a starter?
  • B: The cheese appetizer sounds really good.
  • A: Have you decided on your main course?
  • B: Does the chicken entree come with rice?
  • The steak is served with mashed potatoes and peas.
  • The fish comes with rice and beans.
  • Let’s get some extra side dishes for everybody at the table.

3. Sentence

Dialog
For dessert, there’s tiramisu or lemon sorbet
The chicken is served with ice and green beans
The salad has a choice of three dressings
DO you want an appetizer or just a main course?
Let’s get some extra side dishes for everyone
The apple pie comes with vanila ice cream.

You can use a lot of with both countable and uncountable nouns

  • The garden salad has a lot of tomatoes.
  • Is there a lot of bacon in the soup?

Use a few with countable nouns

  • I can only eat a few oysters.

Use how many to ask about the amount of a countable noun.

  • How much bread would you like?

Use a little with uncountable nouns

4. Expressions

Dialog
WAITER: What can I get you ?
CUSTOMER: Um, could I have the Caesar salad to start?
WAITER: Certainly. And for your main course?
CUSTOMER: Does the chicken come with any vegetables?
WAITER: Yes, it does. It comes with peas and carrots.
CUSTOMER: Great. I’ll have the chicken, please.
WAITER: Would you like french fries or a baked potato with that?
CUSTOMER: Um, I’d like the french fries.
WAITER: And what would you like to drink ?
CUSTOMER: A cup of coffee, please.
WAITER: And would you like to order dessert now?
CUSTOMER: No, I’ll wait, thank you.