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What is your favorite restaurant? What do you like most about the restaurant? What do you usually order there? How much does this meal cost?
“grab a bite to eat” = go out to eat
“Let’s grab a bite to eat after the movie.”
“pig out” = eat a lot
“My brothers pigged out on pizza last night.”
A. Listen to the recording and answer the questions.
Customer: Yeah . . . I'd like 80 cheeseburgers.
Customer: Well, actually, the food's for a girl's soccer team, and the coaches, and some wild fans.
Customer: Yeah. I'd like 50 large fries, uh, no 60. Make that 60.
Customer: For. . . Let's see here. Forty chocolate shakes.
Cashier: Oh, okay. So, it looks like your total is two ninety, thirteen ($290.13).
Do the vocabulary quizzes with the words from the conversation for more practice:
What are common menu items that people see in a traditional restaurant in your country? What are the main ingredients in these items? How much do these menu items cost?
Use the Internet to find a restaurant in the area where you now live. Then, answer these questions: