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"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."

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[ Quiz Script ]

Restaurant Order
1. Pre-Listening Exercises
2. Listening Exercises
3. Vocabulary
4. Post-Listening Exercises
5. Online Investigations

Level:Topic: Type:Speakers:Length:
easyrestaurantsconversationman - woman01:10

1. Pre-Listening Exercises [Top]
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?

HELPFUL TIP: If you don't understand items on the menu at a restaurant, then don't be afraid to ask a server.

2. Listening Exercises [Top]
Listen to the conversation and check your answers.

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1. How many cheeseburgers does the man order?
A. 18
B. 48
C. 80

2. The man is ordering food for a ___________ team.
A. basketball
B. soccer
C. tennis

3. The man asks for _______ orders of fries.
A. 40
B. 50
C. 60

4. He also orders 40 ___________ shakes.
A. chocolate
B. strawberry
C. vanilla

5. The total comes to ________.
A. $290.13
B. $219.13
C. $290.30

Score =
Correct answers:

Listen to the conversation again as you read the Quiz Script.

3. Vocabulary Activities [Top]
Review the key vocabulary from the conversation: [ Why do these? ]

4. Post-Listening Exercises [Top]
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?

5. Online Investigations - [ What's This? ] [Top]
Use the Internet to find a restaurant in the area where you now live. Then, answer these questions:

  • What is the name of the restaurant?
  • What is the restaurant's address?
  • What type of food does it serve?
  • What time does it open and close?
  • What days of the week is the restaurant closed, if any?
  • Are their reviews of the restaurant, and if so, what do customers say about the food and service?
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