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Ordering food in a restaurant
MAKING REQUESTS
AND OFFERS
We use would like or ’d like to say politely
what we want, especi...
ASK ABOUT PAYMENT
We use can to ask about payment. Example given:
Can I pay by credit card?
* We can use can to make offer...
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Ordering food in a restaurant (basic1) (1)

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Ordering food in a restaurant (basic1) (1)

  1. 1. Ordering food in a restaurant MAKING REQUESTS AND OFFERS We use would like or ’d like to say politely what we want, especially when making offers and requests. Examples given: Would you like a biscuit with your coffee? Can you order for Ellie? She’d like the Margarita pizza, please. ASK ABOUT PRICES We use how much to ask about prices. Examples given: How much is that? How much does it cost?
  2. 2. ASK ABOUT PAYMENT We use can to ask about payment. Example given: Can I pay by credit card? * We can use can to make offers too! Example given: Can I help you? Can I bring you anything else? Waiter: Hello. Can I help you? Kitty: Yes. I’d like to have lunch. Waiter: Would you like to have a starter? Kitty: Yes, I’d like to have a bowl of chicken soup, please. Waiter: And what would you like to have for the main course? Kitty: I’d like to have cheese burger. Waiter: Would you like anything to drink? Kitty: I’d like to have a glass of Diet coke. Waiter (After Kitty having her lunch): Can I bring you anything else? Kitty: No, thank you. But I’d like to have the bill, please. Waiter: Certainly. Waiter (After a moment): That’s £34. Kitty: Can I pay by credit card? Waiter: Sure! Here you are. Have a nice day. Kitty: Thank you, same to you.

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