At a Cafe - LINC 1.26

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Watch the video. Listen and repeat to improve your pronunciation.
Could I have   ·  never   ·  would   ·  some   ·  have   ·   I'll have   ·  never   ·  would you like   ·  to order   ·  any   ·  always   ·  never   ·  like   ·  some   ·  always   ·  usually  
Click and Drop: click on a word in the box above and then in the correct space. Check your answers. What is your score?
ED: Hi, Winnie.
WINNIE: Hi, Ed. How are you?
ED: Good, thanks. Hi, Shirley. some coffee, please? And
some toast.
SHIRLEY: Coffee and toast? Coming up. Would you like jam with that toast?
ED: Yes. Jam, but no butter.
WINNIE: Jam? I have jam with my toast. I always have honey.
ED: Well, I like honey, too. Sometimes I have honey-but I have jam.
WINNIE: Oh, Shirley. I am ready .
SHIRLEY: Sure. What ?
WINNIE: the deluxe cheese burger and fries.
SHIRLEY: Would you gravy on those fries?
WINNIE: No, I'll vinegar.
SHIRLEY: And you like ketchup, relish, or mustard on your burger?
WINNIE: I'll have ketchup and relish, but no mustard. I have mustard on my
ED: Really? I have mustard.
SHIRLEY: Would you like onions?
WINNIE: No onions, thanks. Do you have avocados?
ED: Oh. I like avocado, too. It's really good on a cheese sandwich.
SHIRLEY: Sorry, no avocados-but you could have a tomato.
WINNIE: Well, normally I don't eat tomatoes- but, today I'll have , sure.
ED: I don't like tomatoes. I have. Even as a kid, I didn't eat tomatoes.
SHIRLEY: Tomatoes are good for you, Ed. Lots of vitamins.
ED: Not for me. I get my vitamins from salad. I have a green salad.
This exercise has been made using a free generator and script at Random Idea English Video courtesy TRU University - Open Learning Division

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