Підручник Англійська мова 7 клас (3-й рік навчання) - Л.І. Морська - Богдан 2015 рік


Lesson 33

1. Listen and read the dialogues. Act them out with your partner.

Then make up similar ones.

Dialogue 1

Annie: It’s your turn to choose the restaurant, Tony. Where do you want to go for dinner?

Tony: I am not sure.

Annie: Do you like «The Bayroom»? It has got good food. Oh, how about Antonio’s?

Tony: I like Antonio’s more than the Bayroom. It’s not as crowded. It’s less expensive. And it’s a lot more fun.

Annie: OK. Let’s go to Antonio’s then. I am going to make a reservation for 7:30 p.m.

Tony: Great!

Dialogue 2

Restaurant employee: Southern Accent. Good evening.

Mr. Blake: Yes, hello. I’d like to make a reservation for a party of seven.

Restaurant employee: For what night?

Mr. Blake: For tonight at 8:00.

Restaurant employee: Could you hold, please, while I check?

Mr. Blake: Yes, certainly.

Restaurant employee: Thank you for holding. I’m sorry, sir, but 8:00 is going to be difficult tonight. Could you come at 7:15 or 8:45 instead?

Mr. Blake: I think 7:15 is OK.

Restaurant employee: Very good. And the name?

Mr. Blake: Blake.

Restaurant employee: Thank you, Mr. Blake.

2. Use the expressions given below and make up a dialogue to complain about a restaurant service.

Excuse me, but my meal is cold. Excuse me, this juice isn’t chilled properly. Excuse me, this steak is overdone (пересмажений), I ordered rare (легкого просмаження). I’m sorry, but I ordered the salad not the vegetables.

Model: A: Excuse me, Sir, but my meal is cold.

B: Oh, really?

A: Yes, Sir. Could you bring another one, please?

B: Sure. Right away! I’m really sorry!

3. Look at the pictures. Practise speaking as it is given in the model. Speak about other foods and the ways you cook them.

Model: How do you prepare potatoes? — I boil them.

What about the chicken? Do you boil it as well? — No, I fry it.

4. Food idioms. Learn the meaning of the idioms and then complete

the sentences with the correct one.

1. If something makes your mouth water, it makes you eat it.

2. If you say that someone has a sweet tooth, you mean that they particularly like sweet things.

3. If you feel that you have egg on your face, you feel stupid or embarrassed (зніяковілий) because of something you did.

4. If something is your bread and butter, it is the activity or job you do to get money you need.

a) You can … if your plan doesn’t work.

b) Driving is his … though (хоча) he also writes music.

c) One look at those delicious cakes ….

d) Stop eating so much chocolate. You really ….

5. Listen to the dialogue and answer the questions given after it. Role-play the dialogue with your partner. Then make up a similar one.

Sam: Where do you want to go for dinner?

Miriam: How about the sushi restaurant?

Sam: I love that place, but we went there last week.

Miriam: Would you like to have a pizza?

Sam: Sure! Do you want to go to Vito’s?

Miriam: Yes, great!

1. What sort of restaurant does Miriam suggest for dinner?

2. Why doesn’t Sam want to go there?

3. What kind of food does Miriam suggest next?

4. Do you like sushi? Do you like pizza? Why? Why not?

6. Types of restaurants. Match the pictures with the conversations.

a) What kind of food do they serve? — Prawn, crabs, lobsters and fish.

b) Where would you like to go for lunch? — Let’s go to a pizza place.

c) Where do you want to go for lunch? — I feel like a light lunch. Let’s go to the cafe.

d) What kind of food would you like? — How about a steak?

7. Write sentences about James, Linda and Tom, and finally about yourself. Use the table on page 96.

Model: James never drinks tea. He is always late. He…

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