2. Discussing Where to Go for Lunch
to suggest, to have advantages over, a self-service de partment, frequently, for a change, that’s settled, in no time
3. Ordering a Meal at a Restaurant
to fetch, a menu, what would you like to start with?, will you have ..., the main course, let me see .... to hate, I’d rather, for a change, I’ll start with ... and have ..., to have the same, what will you have to follow?, can I have the bill?
VIII. Retell the above dialogues in indirect speech.
IX. Describe: a) a breakfast you have had at a hotel, b) a lunch you have had at a restaurant or a self-service snack bar.
I. Apologize to a friend for not coming in time.
II. Ask your friend if he knows what the weather forecast Is.
III. Try to persuade your friend to go for an outing with you on Sunday.
IV. Ask a passer-by where you could have a snack.
V. Try to persuade your friend to take a proper meal instead of a snack.
VI. Ask the waiter which table is vacant and order lunch.