Monday, May 3, 2010

Restaruant - example conversations

At the Restaurant - Interactive Practice

Example -1

A: "Welcome to McDonald's. May I take your order?"

B: "I'll take the number one."

A: "What size would you like?"

B: "Medium please."

A: "Will that be for here or to go?"

B: "Here please."

A: "The total comes to $4.89. We'll have that right out for you."

Example - 2

A: "Can I get a drink started for you?"

B: "I'll take a coke."

A: "One coke. I'll be right out with your coke."

--Pause-- "Here's is your coke. Are you ready to order?"

B: "Can I have one more minute?"

A: "Sure. I'll be back in a little bit."

--Pause-- "Do you need more time?"

B: "I'm ready now. I'll have the Patty Melt with fries."

A: "Do you want regular fries or steak fries?"

B: "Steak fries please."

A: "I'll have that out for you in a few minutes."

--Pause-- "Here you go. Do you need anything else?"

B: "Can I have a bottle of ketchup?"

A: "I have one right here."

B: "Great. Thanks."

A: "Is everything ok here?"

B: "Yes. Thank you."

--Pause-- "Excuse me. Can I have my bill?"

A: "Sure. Here you go."

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