4-5 “Eating in a Restaurant”

Module 4, Unit 5

“Eating in a Restaurant”

Base Sentences (511-525)

511 What would you like to eat?

511 あなたは何を食べたいですか?

512 I’d like a bowl of tomato soup, please.

512 私はトマトスープのボウルをしたいのです、お願いします。

513 The waiter seems to be in a hurry to take our order.

513 ウェイターが私たちの注文を取るために急いでいるように思われる。

514 Which would you rather have–steak or fish?

514 どちらのあなたではなく持っているでしょう – ステーキや魚?

515 I want my steak well-done.

515 私はステーキはよく行われて欲しい。

516 What kinds of vegetables do you have?

516 あなたは何の野菜の種類を持っていますか?

517 I’ll have mashed potatoes and green beans.

517 私はマッシュポテトと緑の豆があるでしょう。

518 Would you please pass the salt?

518 あなたは塩を渡してくださいますか?

519 They serve good food in this restaurant.

519 彼らは、このレストランでおいしい料理を提供しています。

520 Are you ready for your dessert now?

520 今、あなたのデザートに準備ができていますか?

521 This knife is dirty. Would you bring me a clean one, please?

521 このナイフが汚れている。あなたは私にきれいな1、お願いをもたらすでしょうか?

522 May I have the check, please?

522 、してください私がチェックを持っていることはできますか?

523 You have your choice of three flavors of ice cream.

523 あなたは、アイスクリームの3種類の選択を持っている。

524 We have vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry.

524 私たちは、バニラ、チョコレート、とイチゴを持っている。

525 We invited two guests to dinner, but they didn’t come.

525 私たちは夕食に2名様を招待し、彼らは来なかった。

Verb Study

1. eat (eats, ate, eaten)

(A) What would you like to eat? (B) He eats lunch in this restaurant. (C) I ate lunch there yesterday. (D) They’ve already eaten dinner.(A)は何を食べたい? (B)彼はこのレストランで昼食を食べる。 (C)私は昨日そこに昼食を食べた。 (D)彼らはすでに夕食を食べた。

2. seem (seems, seemed)

(A) That waiter seems to be in a hurry. (B) Those people seem to be hungry. (C) The waiter seemed to be in a hurry to take our order. (D) Did it seem to you that the waiter was in a hurry? (A)それはウェイターが急いでいるように思われる。 (B)は、それらの人々は飢えているようだ。 (C)ウェイターが私たちの注文を取るために急いでいるように見えた。 (D)は、ウェイターが急いでいたことをあなたに見えるしましたか?

3. pass (passes, passed)

(A) Would you please pass the salt? (B) He passes this restaurant every day at about 10 o’clock. (C) I passed the potatoes to him and he passed the beans to me. (A)は、塩を渡していただけますか? (B)彼は、約10時に毎日このレストランを渡します。 (C)私が彼にジャガイモを渡すと、彼は私に豆を可決した。

4. serve (serves, served, serving)

(A) They serve good food in this restaurant. (B) She always serves dessert to her guests. (C) Yesterday they served steak and fish at lunch. (D) I’m serving the dessert now.(A)彼らは、このレストランでおいしい料理を提供しています。 (B)彼女はいつもゲストにデザートを提供しています。 (C)昨日彼らは昼食にステーキと魚を務めた。 (D)私は今、デザートを提供しています。

5. be ready (for)

(A) Are you ready for your dessert now? (B) He’s ready for the check now. (C) I was ready for dessert before you were. (D) Will you be ready for dinner at 8 o’clock?(A)今、あなたのデザートに準備ができていますか? (B)彼は今、チェックのために準備ができています。あなたがいた前に、(C)私はデザートの準備ができていた。 (D)は、8時に夕食の準備でしょうか?

6. invite (invited, invites, inviting)

(A) We invited two guests to dinner. (B) She invites guests to dinner every night. (C) I’d like to invite you to dinner tomorrow night. (D) I’m inviting four guests to dinner.(A)私達は夕食に2名様を招待。 (B)彼女は毎晩夕食にゲストを招待。 (C)私は明日の夜夕食にご招待したいと思います。 (D)私は夕食に4人のゲストを招いています。

7. come (comes, came, coming)

(A) They didn’t come. (B) She comes to see me every day. (C) He came to dinner last night. (D) You’re coming with me to California, aren’t you?(A)彼らは来なかった。 (B)彼女は毎日私に会いに来る。 (C)彼は昨晩夕食になりました。 (D)あなたは、あなたは、カリフォルニアに私と一緒にされていません来ている?

Word/Phrase Substitution Drills

1a What would you like to eat ?

1b What would you like to drink ?

1c What would you like for dinner ?

1d What would you like to have for lunch ?

1e What would you like to order ?

2a I’d like a bowl of tomato soup, please.

2b I’d like a bowl of onion soup, please.

2c I’d like a bowl of chicken soup, please.

2d I’d like a bowl of vegetable soup, please.

2e I’d like a bowl of cream of mushroom soup, please.

3a The waiter seems to be in a hurry to take our order .

3b The waiter seems to be in a hurry to give us our check .

3c The waiter seems to be in a hurry to bring us our coffee .

3d The waiter seems to be in a hurry to clear our table .

3e The waiter seems to be in a hurry to have us leave .

4a Which would you rather have— steak or fish?

4b Which would you rather have— fried chicken or fish?

4c Which would you rather have— lamb chops or fish?

5a I want my steak well-done .

5b I want my steak very well-done .

5c I want my steak rare .

5d I want my steak very rare .

5e I want my steak medium rare .

5f I want my steak medium well-done .

6a What kinds of vegetables do you have?

6b What kinds of salad do you have?

6c What kinds of fruit do you have?

6d What kinds of cake do you have?

6e What kinds of beverages do you have?

6f What kinds of wine do you have?

6g What kinds of meat do you have?

7a I’ll have mashed potatoes and green beans.

7b I’ll have spinach and green beans.

7c I’ll have carrots and green beans.

7d I’ll have corn and green beans.

7e I’ll have peas and green beans.

7f I’ll have cauliflower and green beans.

7g I’ll have asparagus and green beans.

8a Would you please pass the salt ?

8b Would you please pass the pepper ?

8c Would you please pass the sugar ?

8d Would you please pass the cream ?

8e Would you please pass the bread ?

8f Would you please pass the butter ?

8g Would you please pass the mustard ?

9a They serve good food in this restaurant.

9b They serve delicious food in this restaurant.

9c They serve excellent meals in this restaurant.

9d They serve generous portions in this restaurant.

10a Are you ready for your dessert now?

10b Are you ready for your second course now?

10c Are you ready for your main course now?

10d Are you ready for your coffee now?

11a This knife is dirty.

Would you bring me a clean one, please?

11b This fork is dirty.

Would you bring me a clean one, please?

11c This spoon is dirty.

Would you bring me a clean one, please?

11d This plate is dirty.

Would you bring me a clean one, please?

11e This dish is dirty.

Would you bring me a clean one, please?

11f This napkin is dirty.

Would you bring me a clean one, please?

11g This menu is dirty.

Would you bring me a clean one, please?

12a May I have the check , please?

12b May I have a bite of that cake , please?

12c May I have another cup of coffee , please?

12d May I have a bit more coffee , please?

12e May I have some gravy on my potatoes , please?

12f May I have some honey on my biscuits , please?

12g May I have a glass of water , please?

13a You have your choice of three flavors of ice cream .

13b You have your choice of three kinds of salad dressing .

13c You have your choice of three varieties of fresh fruit .

14a We have vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry .

14b We have apples, bananas, and oranges .

14c We have ice cream, cake, and cheese .

14d We have complete dinners and a la carte selections .

15a We invited two guests to dinner, but they didn’t come .

15b We invited two guests to dinner, but they didn’t arrive .

15c We invited two guests to dinner, but they weren’t able to come .

15d We invited two guests to dinner, but they couldn’t make it .

16a I like to eat in a fine restaurant.

16b I enjoy eating in a fine restaurant.

16c I prefer eating in a fine restaurant.

16d I want to eat in a fine restaurant.

17a I made a big dinner yesterday.

17b I fixed a big dinner yesterday.

17c I prepared a big dinner yesterday.

Reading Practice

Good Food

My wife and I occasionally go to a nice restaurant to eat. My wife’s mother lives with us and she stays with the children. This makes it very easy for us to go out for the evening. 妻と私は時々食べに素敵なレストランに行く。私の妻の母は私たちと一緒に住んでいると、彼女は子供と一緒にとどまる。これは、非常に簡単に、私たちは夜のために外出できるようになります。

Last week we went to the restaurant in a new hotel. We had a wonderful meal. First, we had soup and a salad. Then Helen, my wife, had lamb chops with peas and carrots, and I had a medium rare steak with mashed potatoes and plenty of gravy. For dessert, I had some ice cream and Helen had fresh fruit. 先週、我々は新たなホテル内のレストランに行きました。私たちは、素晴らしい食事をした。まず、スープとサラダを持っていた。そして、ヘレン、私の妻は、豆とニンジンラムチョップを持っていた、と私はマッシュポテトとグレービーをたっぷり使って培地レアステーキを持っていた。デザートのために、私はいくつかのアイスクリームを持っていたヘレンは、新鮮なフルーツを持っていた。

We had several cups of coffee after we finished eating. The food was delicious, the portions were generous, and it wasn’t too expensive. 私たちが食べ終わった後、私たちはコーヒーを何杯を持っていた。食べ物はおいしかった、の部分は寛大だった、そしてそれはあまりにも高価ではなかった。

Our children don’t like to eat in restaurants because they have to sit and be quiet for a long time. They would rather go to their grandmother’s farm. 彼らは長い間座って、静かにする必要があるので、子供たちは、レストランで食べるのが好きではありません。彼らはむしろ彼らの祖母のファームに行くだろう。

Their grandmother—my mother—prepares everything they like. She usually has fried chicken, corn, and hot biscuits with honey. She always serves plenty of chocolate ice cream and cake for dessert. 彼らの祖母·私の彼らが好きなすべてのものを母親が、準備します。彼女は通常、蜂蜜とフライドチキン、トウモロコシ、ホットビスケットを持っています。彼女はいつもデザートにチョコレートアイスクリームとケーキをたくさん提供しています。

I’m always surprised that my father doesn’t weigh a lot more when I see how much he eats. But he works very hard on the farm from about 5 o’clock in the morning until it gets dark in the evening. 私はいつも、私は彼が食べるどのくらい見るとき私の父が、より多くの重さはありませんので驚いて。それは夕方暗くなるまで、しかし、彼は午前中に約5時から農場で一生懸命働きます。

When my parents visit us in the city, we usually take them to a restaurant. I know they enjoy it, but my father always eats something else after he gets home. The portions may be generous in the restaurant, but they are still not large enough for a hungry farmer. 私の両親は街で私たちを訪問したときに、我々は通常のレストランにそれらを取る。私は、彼らがそれを楽しむことを知っているが、彼は帰宅した後、私の父はいつも何か他のものを食べる。部分はレストランで寛大かもしれないが、彼らは空腹農家のためにはまだ十分に大きくないです。

Questions

1. Where did my wife and I eat last week?

2. Who stays with our children when we go out?

3. What did I eat? What did my wife eat?

4. Why do you think the children enjoy eating their grandmother’s food more than going to a restaurant?

5. Why doesn’t my father get fat?

6. How long does my father work every day?

7. Why does my father eat again right after he comes back from a restaurant?

Conversation

Dialog 1

DOROTHY: I’m on a diet because I want to lose weight. I think I’ll just have a bowl of soup and some crackers. TOM: That’s not enough for me. I’ve been working hard this morning and I’m really hungry. I’ll have the complete dinner—fried chicken with green beans and mashed potatoes, apple pie with ice cream for dessert.

DOROTHY: I think I’ll have that, too. TOM: But I thought you were on a diet? DOROTHY: I’ll start tomorrow.

Dialog 2

WAITER: Would you like some dessert now, miss? JENNIE: I’d like to see the menu again, please. WAITER: Here you are, miss. The chocolate cake is delicious. JENNIE: No, thanks. I don’t like chocolate. I’d rather have the strawberry pie. WAITER: I’m afraid there isn’t any more. JENNIE: Then I’ll have vanilla ice cream. WAITER: I’m sorry, but that’s gone, too. JENNIE: How about some fresh fruit? WAITER: We don’t have any fresh fruit today. All we have is chocolate cake. JENNIE: I’ll just have coffee, please. WAITER: Fine. I’ll bring it right away.

Word List

a bit

a bite of

apple

asparagus

banana

beans

beverage

biscuit

bowl

butter

carrots

cauliflower

check

cheese

chicken

chops

clean

complete

corn

course

cream

delicious

dessert

dirty

dish

fish

flavor

fresh

fried

fruit

generous

gravy

guest

honey

lamb

main

mashed

meal

menu

mushroom

mustard

napkin

onion

order

pepper

portion

rare

salad salad

salad dressing

salt

selection

soup

spinach

steak

strawberry

sugar

vanilla

variety

vegetable

well-done

wine

VERB FORM

clear, cleared, cleared

invite, invited, invited

make it, made it, made it

order, ordered, ordered

pass, passed, passed

seem, seemed, seemed

serve, served, served

EXPRESSIONS

a la carte

clear the table

in a hurry

take an order

Supplementary Word List

(Conversation and Reading Practice)

be on a diet

lose weight

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