Answer the quiz about everyday situations in an English speaking restaurant:
Question 1 of 6
How do you ask the waiter for the bill?
Question 2 of 6
Which is the most suitable answer to the question in bold?
What would you like for a starter?
Question 3 of 6
How do you ask a waiter fo the bill?
Speisekarte heißt auf Englisch „menu“. Das deutsche Menü, ist im Englischen ein „course menu“. „Meal ticket“ bedeutet Essensmarke. „Card“ wird nur in Bezug auf Spiel-, oder Kreditkarten benutzt.
Question 4 of 6
Which is the most suitable answer for the question in bold?
What would you like for your main course?
Question 5 of 6
Match the elements to form meaningful sentences.
- I would like a bottle of champagne.
- I will have a pork roast with dumplings.
- I will have an apple-pie.
- I would like a tomato soup, please.
- Will you be paying cash or by credit card?
What can I get you to drink?
What would you like for main course?
What can I get you for dessert
What would you like for starter?
Can I have the check, please?
Question 6 of 6
Complete the missing words. And fill into the blanks.
I would like to (order), please.
Certainly, what would you like to have for (starter)?
For starter I will (have) a Caesar Salad.
Great choice, and what would you like for main (course)?
How about a turkey roast with mashed (potatoes) on the side?
Very well. What can I get you to (drink)?
We will settle for a bottle of white (wine).
No, (thank) you, that's all for now.
- I would like to (order), please.
You have got to eat. So at one point in time you will have to leave your hotel and head for a restaurant.
Addtionally, you may want to try the local specialities. Therefore, it may not be such a idea to improve on your English in relation to going to a restaurant.
This quiz provides the most important phrases and vocabulary for English in a restaurant.