LOOK AHEAD13 Eating Out
今天 我们要出去 我们要出去就餐
Today, we are going out, we are going out to eat.
去朋友家或去餐馆里吃饭 在餐馆里 你可以随便点餐
At a friend’s house, and at a restaurant. In a restaurant, you order what you want.
Ask for, order.
what do I want for dinner?
I’d like some chicken
with some potatoes,
And for dessert,
some strawberry cake and cream.
Oh, yes, some cheese.
When you go to a restaurant, you could order what you want from the menu.
But you can’t order what you want when you go to somebody’s house.
–Un, I am hungry.
–Would you like some beef?
–Yes, please.–And me.
–This is nouveau cuisine.
–That’s french, new cooking in English.
– Rice?–Yes, please.
–How much rice would you like?–A lot, please.
–Mary?–Just a little for me, please.
–A little rice for Mary.
–How many?–Oh, just a few.
–不 确切的多少 你想要几个豌豆呢？
–No, how many exactly? How many peas would you like?
–五个 六个 七个
–Five? Six? Seven?
–This is nouveau cuisine.
–A lot, please.
–不 保罗 你确切地要几个
–No, Paul. How many peas would you like, exactly?
–奥 呃 22个
–Oh, un, 22.
–嗯 饭很好吃 谢谢你
–Well, that was delicious, thank you.
–是啊 饭很好吃 谢谢你 但是
–Yes, that was delicious, thank you. But…
–Yes?–Could you bring me a hamburger, please?
A lot, please.
A little, please.
A lot, please. A lot.
A few, please.
When did you last go to a restaurant?
What did you have?
I last went to a restaurant on Saturday night, enjoyed a Greek meal.
I last went to a restaurant two weeks ago.
It was a French restaurant and I ate mussels and salad.
We went to a restaurant yesterday evening,
我吃了汉堡包 薯条 喝了一大杯牛奶
and I had a hamburger, french fries and a large glass of milk.
Today, Julia Marsch is in a restaurant,
she’s having lunch with a client of MAP Advertising.
The client is American. The restaurant is Indian.
–This is different. I can’t see anything I know.
–要我帮忙吗–嗯 这是什么 lamb rogan josh
–Can I help?–Yes, what’s this? Lamb rogan josh?
–Lamb with tomatoes and yoghurt.–Interesting.
–And what’s this?–Chicken with nuts.
–呃 看看这个 帮帮我
–Un, look at this. Help!
–Julia，could you order for me, please?–Of course.
–打扰一下 我们要点餐–好的 女士
–Excuse me, we’d like to order now, please.–Yes, madam.
–We’ll have chicken shaakuti and lamb rogan josh.
–Yes, madam.–And vegetable curry.
–Oh, yes I would like two portions of rice.–Anything else?
–嗯 还要些印式面包–好的 女士
–Yes, please. Could you bring us some Indian bread?–Yes, madam.
We’d like to order now, please.
Could bring us some Indian bread?
–Would you like to order, sir?
–Bring me a banana.
–Okay, bring me a banana, please.
–Say “could you”.–Could you bring me a banana, please?
–We don’t have any bananas, sir.
[taking away the cup]
NOT VERY FUNNY
–Could you pass the chicken, please?
rice, and some vegetables,
There, an Indian meal.
–Do you like it?–I like this lamb, it’s delicious,
但是那个鸡肉 不好意思 真的不喜欢
but the chicken, ho, sorry, no, I don’t like it.
–Oh, would you like some more lamb then?
–不了 谢谢 这些够了 麻烦递一下面包
–No, thanks. This is enough. Could you pass the bread, please?
–How was your meal, madam?–Very good.
–先生觉得呢？–很棒 是我的第一顿印式餐 但绝不是最后一顿
–Sir?–Great. My first Indian meal, but not my last.
–还要其他东西吗？吃的 印式冰激凌 低脂咖啡
–Anything else? Food? Indian ice cream? De-coffee?
–Not for me.–Can I have the bill, please?
Could you pass the chicken, please?
Would you like some more lamb?
食物 饭菜 在餐馆 晚饭
Food, meals, in a restaurant, dinner,
午饭 周日午餐 在家 家里的周日午餐
lunch, Sunday lunch, at home. Sunday lunch at home
with a British family, the Robersons.
Today, we four have lunch together.
我 我丈夫 两个孩子 多恩和克莱尔
That’s myself, my husband and our two children, Donne and Clair.
And my mother-in-law, who’s also coming for lunch today.
Today I’m cooking “roast leg of lamb”,
with which I’m going to serve mint sauce and gravy,
还搭配新鲜蔬菜 土豆 胡萝卜
and fresh vegetables: potatoes, carrots,
For dessert, we have apple crumble and cream.
My daughter Clair normally helps me cook the meal,
sometimes to do some vegetables, sometimes to just do the dessert.
男生们早上都不在 但他们回来时 都帮忙准备
The boys are away during the morning, but when they come back, they help with,
开红酒 布置餐桌 那类的事情
the wine, setting the table, that sort of the thing.
[setting the table]
[preparing for eating]
–Can I have some mint sause, please?
–谢谢 亲爱的 [吃饭]
–Thank you, dear. [eating]
–It’s very very good.–Thank you.
–克莱尔 能递一下果汁吗？–好 谢谢
–Clair, could you pass juice, please?–Okay, thanks.
–多恩 你还要胡萝卜吗？–嗯 要
–Donne, do you want more carrots?–Yes, please.
–How many would you like?–Just a few.
–Two? Three?–Just two.
Sunday lunch is a special meal, because we are all here together.
And we have more time than we would normally have at meal time
without the pressures of work and school crowding in on us.
There we are, eating out and eating at home.
And I’m hungry. Me too.
时间到了 再见 拜 拜
So, time to go. Goodbye. BYE. BYE.
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