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LESSON 29. FOOD - ЇЖА (ДІАЛОГИ) / ЕДА (ДИАЛОГИ)

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LESSON 29. FOOD - ЇЖА  (ДІАЛОГИ) / ЕДА (ДИАЛОГИ)

 

 

 


MAKING A SHOPPING lIST 1


 

A: I think I'm going to go to the market today.
B: Do we need food?
A: Yes, I think so.
B: What are you going to get?
A: I'm not sure what we need.
B: Maybe you should go and look in the refrigerator.
A: Could you do it for me, and write out a list of things that we need?
B: Just get the basics.
A: Like what?
B: You know. Get some eggs, milk, and bread.
A: Just go and make a list for me, please.
B: Fine, I'll go do that for you.


 

 


 

MAKING A SHOPPING lIST 2


 

A: I'm going to go shopping for groceries in a little bit.
B: Why, do we need groceries?
A: I believe we are all out of food.
B: Do you know what to get?
A: I don't know what we need.
B: Why don't you go and check the refrigerator?
A: I would appreciate it if you would do that for me.
B: Why don't you just get the basics?
A: What do you mean?
B: Eggs, milk, bread. Things like that.
A: Go make that list.
B: Sure, no problem.


 

 


VEGETABLES 1

 

 

A: What do you plan on making as a side dish for dinner?
B: I was planning on making some kind of vegetable.
A: Do you know what kind?
B: What kind of vegetable do you want?
A: I wouldn't mind eating some corn.
B: How do you want it?
A: What do you mean?
B: I can boil it, grill it, or microwave it.
A: You should throw some corn on the grill.
B: Is that really what you want?
A: That sounds good.
B: I guess I can do that.


 

 


VEGETABLES 2

 

A: Are you going to make anything to go with dinner?
B: I may make a vegetable.
A: What vegetable are you going to make?
B: What kind do you like?
A: I like corn.
B: How would you like me to make it?
A: Excuse me?
B: How do you want your corn?
A: I'd like it grilled.
B: Are you sure that's how you want me to make it?
A: I'd love that. 
B: That's what I'll do.


 

 


BREAKFAST


 

A: What do you feel like eating this morning?
B: I usually just have a bowl of cereal.
A: The most important meal of the day is breakfast.
B: Yeah, but I don't usually have time to eat a big breakfast.
A: You can always make an easy breakfast.
B: What do you make?
A: All I make is oatmeal, toast, and some orange juice.
B: That sounds pretty good.
A: I like it, and it's a fast meal.
B: That is a very quick meal to make.
A: I can make it for you if you like.
B: Oatmeal and toast sounds good to me.


 

 


LUNCH


 

A: What's for lunch?
B: I don't know. What do you want to eat?
A: I was thinking of pizza.
B: That's what I ate yesterday.
A: What do you want to eat?
B: I wouldn't mind a burger.
A: I ate a burger just the other day.
B: We're going to have to compromise.
A: You could always get a burger, and I can get a pizza.
B: Sounds good to me.
A: Where can we go to get both?
B: We can get both at the cafeteria.


 

 


DINNER

 

A: What's for dinner tonight?
B: What are you planning on cooking?
A: I'm not making anything.
B: If you plan on eating, you are.
A: What am I supposed to cook?
B: What do you feel like having?
A: I want some chicken and potatoes.
B: That sounds really good.
A: When are you going to make it?
B: I have no plans on cooking tonight.
A: Fine, I'll make it.
B: I knew that already.


 

 


DRINKS 1

 

A: I'm so thirsty.
B: Let's go get something to drink.
A: That's a good idea.
B: Do you know what you want to drink?
A: I kind of want a soda.
B: You shouldn't drink soda when you're really thirsty.
A: What do you mean?
B: When you're thirsty, you're not supposed to drink soda.
A: What are you supposed to drink?
B: Water is what's best for you.
A: I guess I will get water.
B: It's better for you.


 

 


DRINKS 2

 

A: My throat is really dry.
B: Do you want to go get something to drink?
A: Yes, I'm parched.
B: What did you want to drink?
A: I was thinking about getting a soda.
B: Do you know that soda doesn't quench your thirst?
A: Why not?
B: Soda is really bad for you.
A: I don't know what else to drink.
B: You're supposed to drink water when you're dehydrated.
A: I would like some water.
B: That's what will keep you from being thirsty.


 

 


FRUIT


 

A: What are you going to eat with your sandwich?
B: I think I'm going to eat a piece of fruit.
A: What kind do you like?
B: I really like apples and grapes.
A: What kind of apples do you like to eat?
B: I love green apples.
A: I don't like green apples.
B: Really? Why not?
A: Green apples are too sour for me.
B: So, you like red apples better?
A: Yes, I love red apples.
B: I think green apples are a lot better.


 

 

 

SALADS

 

A: I really feel like eating a salad.
B: What kind are you going to make?
A: I'm really not sure.
B: I really like Caesar salads.
A: Caesar salads are pretty good.
B: What kind of salad do you want to make?
A: I want a salad with some chicken.
B: I love chicken salads.
A: I like my salads to have croutons, almonds, and shredded cheese.
B: That sounds really tasty.
A: You should make a salad like that.
B: I think that I will.

 

 


DESSERTS

 

A: I want something sweet after dinner.
B: What do you have in mind?
A: A dessert sounds nice.
B: What kind are you thinking of getting?
A: I want to get some pie.
B: What kind of pie do you want?
A: I have no idea.
B: Do you want to know what kind of pie I like?
A: Sure, what kind do you like?
B: I love apple pie.
A: I love apple pie too.
B: There you go. Problem solved.


 

 


MEAT


 

A: I need to get some beef.
B: Do you know what kind of beef you want?
A: I want to get some ground beef.
B: How many pounds do you need?
A: I would like four pounds of ground beef.
B: What kind of ground beef do you need?
A: I would like the extra lean.
B: Let me go and get that for you.
A: Thank you very much.
B: No problem.
A: I'll wrap it up for you now.
B: I appreciate that.

 

 

 


SNACKS


 

A: I'm hungry.
B: You already ate.
A: It wasn't enough, because I'm hungry again.
B: There's nothing left from dinner.
A: I'm going to get a snack.
B: What kind of snack are you going to make?
A: I don't know.
B: You can always make a sandwich.
A: I don't know what kind of sandwich I want.
B: Just make yourself a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
A: I may just do that.
B: Go right ahead.