FOOD AND DRINK
A I don`t like tea.
B Oh, I do. Well, sometimes. But coffee`s horrible.
B I don`t like wine, either.
A My dad does, and my mum. They have it every day.
B I quite like apple juice, but it can be really sweet and yuk.
A I love beer! When my dad has some, I always take some.
B Milk, I like milk.
A Me, too, especially on cereal.
B Water`s just water. It`s boring.
A I like bread, but only if there`s nothing else.
B Mmm! I love bread and cheese.
A I hate cheese. But I adore ice-cream. Mmm! Any ice-cream! All ice-cream! Yummy!
B So do I. And chocolate. Lovely chocolate!
A Mmm, chocolate! I quite like rice, but not a lot.
B Me, too. But I like fruit.
A Yeah, I like fruit, especially strawberries and apples.
B Oranges are boring, but bananas are OK.
A I like bananas with a bit of milk and sugar.
B Oh, yuk! That`s disgusting!
A No, it isn`t. … I don`t like eggs at all.
B What about the rest? Biscuits, yes. Sandwiches, no. Tomatoes, yuk.
Both Hamburgers, YES!
A I`m thirsty.
B Would you like some tea?
A No, thanks.
B Would you like some apple juice?
B Oh, yes, please!
A I`m hungry. Is there anything to eat?
B Would you like a biscuit?
A No, thanks. I`d like a sandwich.
B Cheese? Ham?
A Cheese and ham, please!
1 Good afternoon. Can I help you?
2 Who`s your favourite writer?
3 What would you like for Christmas?
4 Do you like animals?
5 Here`s the wine list, sir.
6 Have some cream with your strawberries!
A Good afternoon. Can I help you?
B Yes. I`d like some fruit, please.
A Who`s your favourite writer?
B I like books by John le Carr鮼br />
A What would you like for Christmas?
B I`d like a new bike.
A Do you like animals?
B I like cats, but I don`t like dogs.
A Here`s the wine list, sir.
B We`d like a bottle of French red wine.
A Have some cream with your strawberries!
B No, thanks. I don`t like cream.
B Good morning.
A How can I help you?
B I`d like some orange juice, please.
A Er… sorry. There`s apple juice, but no orange juice.
B Oh! What`s that? Isn`t that orange juice?
A Oh, yes. So it is! My eyes! There you are.
B Thank you. And some potatoes, please.
A A bag like this?
B Yes, fine. Now, some milk.
A Sorry, I sold the last bottle just two minutes ago.
B Oh, dear! What about some coffee?
A Yes. There you are.
B Thanks. Orange juice, potatoes, milk, coffee … A kilo of apples, please.
A I don`t sell apples.
B Really? That`s strange. What about cheese? Do you have any cheese?
A No, I don`t sell cheese, either.
B No cheese? That`s incredible! OK. Now, I want some pizza, but I`m sure you don`t sell pizza, do you?
A Yes, sir. Pizza with mushrooms, pizza with cheese and ham, pizza with sausage, and pizza with tomatoes.
B Wow! Can I have some … pizza with cheese and ham, please?
A Sorry, sir. Usually I have pizza, but not on Thursday. Today`s Thursday.
B I see. I don`t suppose you have any bread.
A You`re right.
A You`re right. There isn`t any bread.
B Tell me. Do you do a lot of business?
A Oh, yes, sir. The shop`s open all the time.
B What do people buy?
A All the things you can see.
B Well, that`s all for me. How much?
A One pound twenty, please.
B Thank you. Goodbye.
A See you again soon, sir.
B (to himself) I don`t think so.
A Have another cream cake, my dear. They`re delicious!
B I couldn`t. I`m full.
A Oh, go on!
B Well, all right. Just one more. That chocolate one.
A Yes, please. Who`s next?
B Hello. Can I have a chicken and salad sandwich in a brown roll, please?
A Salt and pepper?
B Yes, please.
A Anything else?
B Yes. An apple and a mineral water.
A Two, three… three pounds forty.
Mum Tom! Lily! You`re late. It`s 8.30!
Tom I know, I know. I`m ready.
Mum Where`s Lily?
Tom In the bathroom, I think.
Mum Still? Lily? Lily?
Lily Yes, Mum?
Mum Come on! It`s 8.30.
Mum Are you ready, Tom?
Tom Yes, Mum.
Mum Don`t yes Mum me.
Tom No, Mum.
Mum Right, Lily, are you ready?
Lily Where`s my school bag?
Mum I don`t know. It`s your bag.
Tom Here it is.
Mum Right. See you later. Give me a kiss. Bye, see you.
All Bye! See you!
A Yes, please.
B Hello. Can I order a take-away, please?
A Yes, sir. What would you like?
B A chicken curry … not too hot.
A Yes, sir.
B And some rice. That`s all…
A Thank you, sir. About fifteen minutes. Is that OK?
B That`s fine, thanks.
Dad Come on! It`s ready.
Dad It`s ready. Dinner`s on the table.
Tom Mm! It smells good! What is it?
Dad Spaghetti Bolognese. Come and sit down.
Mum How was school today?
Mum Were you late?
Lily No. Well, a little.
Same family + G = Grandmother
G Mm. That beef was lovely, my dear.
M Thank you, Mother.
D Some more wine, Mum.
G No, thank you, James. One glass is enough for me. Really, Jane, I don`t know how you make your gravy, but it`s always so delicious!
M You say that every time, Mother, and I tell you how I cook it every time. It`s always the same way. Meat juices and vegetable juices. Now, Mother, what about some desert? There`s fruit salad or apple pie and cream. What would you like?
G Well, just a little, then.
M Which one?
G Both, of course.
A Good evening. Can I help you?
B Yes, please. Could I have a room for the night?
A Certainly. A single room or a double?
B Single, please.
A Would you like a room with a shower or a bath?
B A shower. How much is the room?
A ?72 for the room and breakfast. Would you like an evening meal?
B No, thanks. Just breakfast. Can I pay by credit card?
A Yes, of course. We take Visa and Access. Could you sign the register, please?
B Yes, sure. Do you want my address, too?
A No. Just a signature. Do you have any luggage?
B Just this one bag.
A Here`s your key. Your room number is 311. I hope you enjoy your stay.