A: Good morning. Can I help you?
B: I want an American breakfast with fried eggs, sunny side up.
A: What kind of juice do you prefer, sir?
B: Grapefruit juice and please make my coffee very strong.
A: Yes, sir. American breakfast with fried eggs, sunny side up, grapefruit juice and a black coffee. Am I correct, sir?
B: Yes, that’s right.
A: Is there any thing else, sir?
B: No, that’s all.
A: Good morning, sir. I’ve brought the breakfast you ordered.
B: Just put it on the table, please.
A: Do you need anything else, sir?
B: No thanks. Ah, yes! Can I have some more juice for the minibar?
A: What kind of juice would you like, sir?
B: Tomato, orange and apple juice, please.
A: Yes, sir. I’ll get them for you right away. Would you please sign this bill first? Thank you, sir.
A: Oh, I’m starving. I’d like to try some real Chinese cuisine. What would you recommend, waiter?
B: Well, it depends. You see, there are eight famous Chinese cuisines:for instance, the Sichuan cuisine, and the Hunan cuisine.
A: They are both spicy hot, I’ve heard.
B: That’s right. If you like hot dishes, you can try some.
A: They might be too hot for me.
B: Then there’s the Cantonese cuisine and the Jiangsu cuisine. Most southerners like them.
A: What about any special Beijing dishes?
B: There’s the Beijing roast duck.
A: Oh, yes. I’ve heard a lot about it. I’d like very much to try it. Where can I find it?
B: You can find it in most restaurants, but the best place is certainly Quanjude Restaurant.
A: Is it near here?
B: Not too near but not too far either. A taxi will take you there in 15 minutes, if the traffic is not too bad, I mean.
A: Well, thank you for your information. But what is the name of that restaurant again?
B: Let me write it down on this slip of paper for you. You can show it to the taxi-driver.
A: That’s very kind of you. Thanks a lot.
B: You’re welcome.
[ 本帖最后由 txjnancy 于 2010-7-7 14:07 编辑 ]