At a Restaurant

Being served at a restaurant in a foreign country is not a matter of much difficulty: a customer can use sign language, point at the dishes on the menu he wants to order, and, finally, produce his credit card. However, we’re here to learn how to say things in English, for, if we mean to act like Tarzan, we might as well stay in the jungle and forget altogether about travelling to the civilised world. Here’s an example of an oral test in which a student interacts with his teacher to prove he knows how to get by in this most common of common situations. For NB2 students.

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10.07.07. Basic, Force-Feeding, Vivas.

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