Reservations basic exchanges. Maria Denisova Daria Kuzmina MR-24 Teacher Volodina L.A. 1.Look at the words below. Each letter of the alphabet sounds the same as the vowel sound in one of these words. Put the letters of the alphabet in the correct groups according to the sounds.
Maria DenisovaDaria Kuzmina MR-24Teacher Volodina L.A
1.Look at the words below. Each letter of the alphabet sounds the same as the vowel sound in one of these words. Put the letters of the alphabet in the correct groups according to the sounds.
Andrea Del Monte
Otto von Berger
a) Mark the sentences below with Y(yes), N(no) or S (sometimes)
V. Read the dialogue and check your ideas in Exercise III.
Waiter: Good afternoon. La Bonita Restaurant. Can I help you?
Mr. Cunningham: hello. I’d like to reserve a table, please.
Waiter: Certainly, sir. For what day would that be?
Mr. Cunningham: for tomorrow.
Waiter: so that’s the 17th . For what time would that be, sir?
Mr. Cunningham: for about seven thirty p.m.
Waiter: seven thirty. And how many people would there be in your party?
Mr. Cunningham: three.
Waiter: three. Would you prefer smoking or non-smoking?
Mr. Cunningham: smoking, please.
Waiter: Smoking. That would be fine, sir. Could l have the name, please?
Mr. Cunningham: Cunningham.
Waiter: Could you spell that for me, please?
Mr. Cunningham: Yes, it’s C-U-double N-I-N-G-H-A-M.
Waiter: Thank you, sir. So that’s a table for three for tomorrow at half past seven.
Mr. Cunningham: That’s right.
Waiter: We look forward to seeing you, Mr. Cunningham.
Mr. Cunningham: That’s great. Thanks. Goodbye!
Waiter: Goodbye, sir!
Waiter: good evening. The Dragonfly café. Can I help you/ how are you?
Mrs. Winters: I’d like to order/ to book a table.
Waiter: certainly, madam. When for would that be?/ for what day would that be?
Mrs. Winters: on Wednesday.
Waiter: for what time/ what time is it, please?
Mrs. Winters: at nine p.m.
Waiter: I’m very sorry, madam, but I’m afraid it is not possible. Would eight thirty p.m. be all right/ OK?
Mrs. Winters: yes, that’s OK.
Waiter: and who will come?/ for how many people?
Mrs. Winters: a table for two, please.
Waiter: yes, that is fine, madam./ Yes, you can, madam. What is your name, please?/ what is the name, please?
Mrs. Winters: Winters.
Waiter: could you spell that for me, please?/ could you tell me the letters, please?
Mrs. Winters: of course. That’s W-I-N-T-E-R-S.
Waiter: excellent. I will say everything again:/ so that’s a table for two at a nine o’clock in the evening on Wednesday. Thank you, Mrs. Winters. We are waiting for you/ we look forward to seeing you on Wednesday.
Mrs. Winters: thank you, bye.
Waiter: bye/ goodbye, madam.
The techniques of telephoning are very much the same in all countries.
Only remember your good telephone manners:
Reservations (II )Special wishes and some complications1. Arrange the foods listed below into three groups. One word may follow into more than one group.
Cheese honey chicken rice eggs jam cod beef avocado herring apples chocolate bacon peas walnuts shellfish potatoes haddock cod liver soy caviar bananas bread milk salmon spaghetti tuna sardines olive oil cornflakes
A disease-заболевание, болезнь
To cause-вызывать, быть причиной
To cut down-сокращать
A sink- кухонная раковина
Washing-up– мытье посуды
To consider- считать, полагать
Wealth- благополучие, богатство
A sin- грех
Today more and more people take care of their health. One of the ways to be healthy is keeping a special diet.
Slimmers diet. People who are slimming should eat low-calorie food. They shouldn’t have too much fatty or oily foods (like meat or chips) or carbohydrates (bread, pasta, potatoes, or sweet deserts ).
People with some diseases also have to keep a diet.
Diabetic diet. if a person has diabetes, they must watch their weight. Having too many carbohydrates can cause an attack, so it’s better to cut down on sugar, chocolate, ice-cream or cakes and substitute them with fruit and vegetables.
Gastric ulcer diet. A lot of people living in big cities have gastritis. In some cases it can lead to an ulcer. People with any gastric problems have to cut down on fatty and oily products and avoid smoked, fried, pickled or spicy foods. Alcohol is also forbidden.
One more reason for keeping a diet is people’s believes.
Vegetarian and vegan diet. Vegetarians believe it’s cruel to kill animals for food so they avoid eating meat, fish or poultry. Demi-vegetarians don’t eat red meat but they may have fish or poultry. There are also people who don’t eat any products of animal origin – meat, fish, poultry, eggs or dairy products. These people are vegans or full vegetarians.
There are also some religious diets.
Muslim and Jewish diets. Most Muslims and Jews don’t eat pork, ham or bacon, shellfish or fish without fins or scales (like eel) because these foods are ‘not clean’ for these religions. Animals must be killed according to religious ritual and under religious supervision – Halal meat for Muslims and kosher food for Jews. Muslims aren’t allowed to drink alcohol. Jewish people must keep meat and dairy products separate and mustn’t eat them at the same meal. For example, in Israel in many house there are two cookers for preparing milk and meat separately, and two sections in the sink for doing a separate washing-up.
Hindu and Buddhist diets. Hinduists mustn’t eat beef or veal. The cow is sacred for them because it gives people milk and considered to bring wealth. Lost of Hindus and Buddhists don’t eat meat at all. Their religion says that killing animals is a sin. That’s why they keep a vegetarian diet of fruit, vegetables, rice, nuts, herbs and spices.
In the sun; in the shade; under a palm tree; with air-conditioning; near the band; near the fire-place; near the pool; at from the dance floor; in the non-smoking section; far from the window; on the terrace; close to the piano; on the second floor; in the private room; under a tent; in the garden; in the winter garden.