1THVE Listening + Speaking - Pub

Flexles Listening + Speaking
All about the pub
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This lesson contains 16 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

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Flexles Listening + Speaking
All about the pub

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- Watch a video
- Answer the questions
- Speaking Exercise
- Time left? - lyricstraining.com

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Slide 3 - Video

The Royal Standard of England is ...

a beer factory in North London
The first pub that opened in England
A very old pub

Slide 4 - Quiz

The word pub...
means 'public house'
comes from London
Means 'old house'

Slide 5 - Quiz

Pubs need a license
to show football on tv
to sell alcohol
to sell drinks to people under 18

Slide 6 - Quiz

Which sentence is correct?

'Bitter' is red beer and 'Guinness' is black beer.
Blond beer is called 'lager' or 'ale'.
'Lager' is red beer and 'stout' is black beer.

Slide 7 - Quiz

Drinks ...
are more expensive if you sit at a table.
are cheaper in the afternoon.
are the same price sitting at a table or standing at the bar

Slide 8 - Quiz

You can order food...
but you pay for the food and the service.
but it's sometimes expensive.
in most pubs.

Slide 9 - Quiz

is allowed outside.
is allowed in special rooms.
was recently prohibited.

Slide 10 - Quiz

Speaking Exercise
Using the stones from Ch 3:
Create a conversation with your neighbour 
One of you is a waiter in a pub
One you is a customer
Write at least 10 sentences for each role.
You may use a menu

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Example conversation 2 people
Waitperson: Hi. How are you doing this afternoon?
Customer (you): Fine, thank you. Can I see a menu, please?
Waitperson: Certainly, here you are.
Customer: Thank you. What's today's special?
Waitperson: Grilled tuna and cheese on rye.
Customer: That sounds good. I'll have that.
Waitperson: Would you like something to drink?
Customer: Yes, I'd like a coke.
Waitperson: Thank you. (returning with the food) Here you are. Enjoy your meal!
Customer: Thank you.
Waitperson: Can I get you anything else?
Customer: No thanks. I'd like the check, please.
Waitperson: That'll be $14.95.
Customer: Here you are. Keep the change!
Waitperson: Thank you! Have a good day!
Customer: Goodbye.

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Example conversation 3 people
Kevin: The spaghetti looks really good.
Alice: It is! I had it the last time I was here.
Peter: How is the pizza, Alice?
Alice: It's good, but I think the pasta is better. What would you recommend?
Waitperson: I'd recommend the lasagna. It's excellent!
Alice: That sounds great. I'll have that.
Waitperson: Fine. Would you like an appetizer?
Alice: No, lasagna is more than enough for me!
Kevin: I think I'll have the lasagna as well.
Waitperson: Right. That's two lasagnas. Would you care for an appetizer?
Kevin: Yes, I'll take the calamari.
Peter: Oh, that sounds good! I can't decide between the chicken marsala and grilled fish.
Waitperson: The fish is fresh, so I'd recommend that.
Peter: Great. I'll have the fish. I'd also like a salad.
Waitperson: What would you like to drink?
Kevin: I'll have water.
Alice: I'd like a beer.
Peter: I'll take a glass of red wine.
Waitperson: Thank you. I'll get the drinks and the appetizers.
Kevin: Thank you. 

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Find a music video you like
Try to complete it at beginner or intermediate level.

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Slide 16 - Link