Eating Out

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Menu jigsaw cards. A pair work activity. Like a normal jigsaw puzzle, learners rearrange the words to make a menu. A possible solution is given although there may be more than one acceptable solution.

Happy families menu. A variation of the happy families card game. The yes/no type questions that the learners ask each other can be questions such as; 'have you got melon on the menu?', 'could I have melon please?' or even ordering expressions such as 'I'll have melon please?' Appropriate yes/no responses should be familiar to the learners.

Find the differences in the menu. A pair work activity. Learners ask each other questions to find the differences in the menu. The questions that learners ask each other are of the sort; 'is there chicken curry on the menu?' and 'is the chicken curry served with rice?' Learners must note that questions of the sort 'do you have chicken curry served with rice?' (which defeat the objective of the activity and don't sound too authentic) should not be considered appropriate.

 

Chris' TEFL teacher resource site | Articles | About the Activities | Numbers and Letters | Companies and Employees | Eating Out | Meeting People and Socialising | Travel and Hotels | Business Writing | Telephoning | Presentations | Negotiating | Meetings

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Date de dernière mise à jour : 21/11/02