Розробки уроків - АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА - 11 клас - за підручником О. Д. Карп’юк
UNIT 4. EATING OUT
LESSON 39. WHAT IS ON THE MENU?
Цілі: вдосконалювати лексичні навички й навички читання; вдосконалювати навички аудіювання й говоріння; розвивати логічне мислення; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань щодо кулінарних традицій світу.
Have you ever been to a Western or an Eastern restaurant? Are there any differences in customs between your country and the West or East?
Read the menu and fill in the gaps with suitable words.
• Burgers Desserts Chef Salad Drinks Sandwiches Grilled Cheese
• Appetizers Milk, White or Chocolate Sundae Olive Burger Deluxe
Colonial Coney Island — Open 24 hours every day
Cheese Sticks 3.99
Onion Rings 2.70
French Fries 1.90
Baked or Mashed Potato 1.90
Chicken Strips (5 Pieces) 5.50
Bowl of Soup 2.12
Bowl of Chili 2.59
Taco Salad 4.99
Flour Shell, with Chili Meat, Tomatoes, Cheese & Onions
Ham, Turkey, Swiss & American
Cheese, Tomato, Egg, Olive, Onion
Large Veggy Salad 3.75
Swiss & American Cheese, Egg,
Tomato, Pickle, Onion, Carrot, Olive
Hot Dog 1.50
Patti Melt 2.99
On Rye bread with Swiss cheese
BBQ Beef Sandwich 3.50
BLT Sandwich 3.76
Fish Sandwich 3.76
Chicken Breast Sandwich 3.50
Grilled Ham & Cheese 3.50
Ham & Swiss Sandwich 3.50
Turkey Deluxe Sandwich 3.50
Club Sandwich 5.65
Two Cheeses, Ham & Turkey
Ham & Egg Sandwich 2.99
Fried Egg Sandwich 2.20
Egg Salad Sandwich 2.20
Hamburger 1/4 pound 2.29
Mustard, Pickle & Onion or Mayo, Lettuce & Tomato
Double Hamburger 1/2 pound 3.49
Cheeseburger 1/4 pound 2.54
Mushroom Swiss Burger 2.99
Bacon Burger Deluxe 3.21
Chef Burger Deluxe 3.21
Topped with Ham, Swiss & American Cheese
Piece of Pie 2.82
Pie A la Mode 3.30
Strawberry Shortcake 3.49
Hot Fudge, Chocolate, Cherry, or Strawberry
Ice Cream One Scoop 0.94
Ice Cream Two Scoops 1.88
Cheese Cake 2.59
Plain, Strawberry or Cherry topping
Pepsi, Coke, Cherry Coke, Vanilla Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Diet Sprite,
Mt. Dew, Root Beer, Orange, Squirt, Vernors, Dr. Pepper
Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla, or Cherry Iced Tea 1.49
Coffee, DeCaf, Hot Chocolate, or Hot Tea 1.23
Orange Juice 1.40
*Free refills on all drinks, except shakes
Key: 1 Appetizers, 2 Chef Salad, 3 Sandwiches, 4 Grilled Cheese, 5 Burgers, 6 Olive Burger Deluxe, 7 Desserts, 8 Sundae, 9 Drinks, 10 Milk, White or Chocolate.
3. Vocabulary practice
Read the explanations below and then fill in the gaps.
have a seat
Come along and have a seat right here.
“Have a seat” is a formal and polite way to ask someone to sit down. It is usually used as a polite command. If you don’t have a seat right now, you will be in trouble.
What’s your house wine?
The ‘house wine’ is the basic wine served in a restaurant and is also usually the cheapest. In most restaurants you can choose between a red or white house wine.
Your meal comes with a glass of our house wine. The red house wine is a Merlot. Appetizer.
Can I take your order for an appetizer?
An appetizer is food that is served before the main entree. It is usually smaller than a full meal and is something to eat while the other food is being prepared.
We are going to share the lettuce wraps as an appetizer.
Now the melon, does that come with anything else?
An hamburger usually “comes with” French fries, meaning the fries are included for no extra money.
The fish fillet came with a huge salad. The soup was very expensive and didn’t even come with bread.
It comes with a side order of rice or potatoes.
A side order is a small amount of food that comes with and entree or can be ordered alone. Rice, potatoes, steamed vegetables, beans, fruit, salad and French fries are all common side orders.
I’m not very hungry, but I really want a side order of potato salad.
seat house appetizers come with side order
Good afternoon. If you would like to have a (1) ... , the doctor will be with you soon.
I just want a (2)... of French fries.
Does the salad (3)... the dressing already on it?
Our special for this evening is half off our (4)... wine.
My friends and I like to go out for drinks and (5)... .
Work in pairs
Make up a dialogue using the menu in ex. 2 and the following phrases.
1) May I see the menu, please?
2) Would you like...?
3) Will you be having...?
4) For..., we have...
5) What do you recommend?
6) I’d like/ I’ll have...
7) May I have the check, please?
8) How much is...?
1) What kind of restaurant would you like to open?
2) If you could have your own restaurant, what would you call it?
Pretend you’re a restaurant critic. Write a short review about the restaurant Colonial Coney Island.