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Heavenly Pies Restaurant

Listening Exercises
Listen to the phone message again by pressing the Play Audio button and read along with the conversation. Review the Key Vocabulary and the sample sentences.

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Waiter: Hi. Welcome to Heavenly Pies. May I take your order?

Man: Uh . . . yes. I'd like the chicken fried steak.

Waiter: Okay. Would you like fries, bread, or rice with your meal?

Man: Umm. I'll take the rice?

Waiter: Would you care for anything to drink?

Man: Yeah. I'll take a medium orange juice.

Waiter: I'm sorry. We only have large or small.

Man: Well, in that case, uh, I'll have a small one.

Waiter: Okay. A small juice. And what kind of dressing would you like with your salad. It comes with the fried steak.

Man: What dressings do you have?

Waiter: We have French, Italian, blue cheese, and ranch.

Man: Oh! Ranch, please.

Waiter: Would you like anything else?

Man: Well, I'd like to see your pie menu. That's the main reason why I like to dine here.

Waiter: Oh, I'm so sorry, but we aren't serving pies today.

Man: Huh? I thought this was Heavenly Pies Restaurant.

Waiter: Well, it usually is, but, Dave, our baker, slipped in the kitchen on a banana two days ago, and hurt his leg. [Oh] He'll be out for at least two weeks. In the meantime, we're serving ice cream sundaes instead. Sorry.

Man: Wow. I'm sorry to hear that. Well in that case, I'll have an ice cream sundae.

Woman: I'll be back with your order in a few minutes

Key Vocabulary [Top]

  • meal (noun): a portion of food served and eaten at one time
    - This restaurant serves delicious meals at a reasonable price.

  • care for (verb): informal, to want or wish for something
    - Would you care for another drink?

  • dine (verb): to eat dinner
    - How about dining at my house tonight?

  • injure (verb): to cause physical damage to someone
    - He injured his back when he tried to lift those heavy boxes.

Vocabulary Activities [Top]

Now, do these exercises to review the vocabulary. Then, return back to the Post-Listening Exercise to use the vocabulary in real conversations.

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