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What kinds of things can you order from hotel room service? What types of hotels offer such services?
“grab a bite to eat” = go out to eat
“Let’s grab a bite to eat after the movie.”
“overeat” = eat too much
“I really overate at lunch, so I think I’ll skip dinner.”
A. Listen to the recording and answer the questions.
Man: Well. Okay. I'd like to order a grilled chicken sandwich [ Okay. ], some fries, and a small salad.
Man: Uh, yeah. How about a glass of orange juice?
Man: I'm in . . . I'm in . . . , let's see. Well, I can't remember! Oh, yeah. I'm in room 640.
Man: It's James.
Woman: Oh, it shouldn't be more than about 30 minutes. Man: Okay and okay. Well, what time is it now? Woman: [ It's ] six, forty-five (6:45).
Do the vocabulary quizzes with the words from the conversation for more practice:
What are the advantages and disadvantages of ordering food through room services?
Use the Internet to research two hotels in a city that you want to visit. Does the hotel offer room service? If so, how much do food items cost? What are the hours of room service?