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How to Order a Coffee and a Pizza in English

Lindsay: This is an All Ears English Podcast, Episode 47: Teaching Tuesday, “How to Order a Coffee and a Pizza in English.” [Instrumental]

Gabby:

Welcome to the All Ears English Podcast, where you’ll finally get real, native English conversation. Now here are your hosts, Lindsay McMahon, the ‘English Adventurer’ and Gabby Wallace, the ‘Language Angel,’ coming to you from Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Lindsay:

In today’s episode, you’re gonna (going to) learn how to never go hungry on the streets of New York or Boston or LA or San Francisco, by using natural English.

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Gabby: Hey Lindsay. What’s up?

Lindsay: Hey Gabby. How’s it going?

Gabby: Good, good.

Lindsay: I’m excited for today’s episode.

Gabby:

Yeah.

Lindsay:

It’s gonna (going to) be something a little different.

Gabby:

Something different for sure, but I think it’ll be really helpful and practical for you guys.

Lindsay:

Mm-hm. Absolutely. So what we’re going to do today is we’re gonna (going to) role play two situations (um) being on the street and ordering food.

Gabby:

Yeah, it’s actually related to our Monday episode where we talked to Michael about New York English slang and we actually talked a lot about (um) coffee… Lindsay:

And pizza.

Gabby:

…and pizza. Giving you ‘agita.’ But (um) it made us kind of hungry and it made us think about, (you know), ordering these things and we thought it would be helpful because a lot of you guys always ask us, “Well what’s the right way, what’s the correct way, what’s the natural way to order food and order a coffee?” So we’re just gonna (going to) show you how we do that.

Lindsay:

Yeah, so throw out your textbooks and listen up.

Gabby:

Right.

Lindsay:

Okay. So let’s get started.

Gabby:

Hey. Good morning.

Lindsay:

Hey. Good morning (um) so (uh), do you have coffee here?

Gabby:

(Uh) yes we do. We have (uh) small, medium, and large.

Lindsay:

All right. Great. So can I get a small coffee?

Gabby:

Yeah, (uh) dark or light roast?

Lindsay:

(Uh) I like the dark please.

Gabby:

Okay, and (uh) how many creams, how many sugars?

Lindsay:

Let’s go for two creams and four sugars.

Gabby:

Okay. All right. Here’s your (uh) dark roast, (uh) four sugars, two creams?

Lindsay:

Yeah and also do you have anything to eat back there?

Gabby:

Yeah, we have muffins, we have (um) bagels.

Lindsay:

Oh, okay. (Um) can I have (uh), can I have a blueberry bagel toasted?

Gabby:

Sure, (do) you want cream cheese or butter?

Lindsay:

(Uh) I’ll go for cream cheese. Do you have flavored cream cheese?

Gabby:

(Uh) just plain.

Lindsay:

Aw man, okay. All right I’ll go with the butter, actually.

Gabby:

Okay, so blueberry bagel toasted with butter.

Lindsay:

That’s right. Can I get that in a bag?

Gabby:

Uh, sure.

Lindsay:

Okay.

Gabby:

All right (are) you all set?

Lindsay:

(Uh) yeah. How much is that gonna (going to) be?

Gabby:

All right that’ll be $5.99.

Lindsay:

Mm. All right. I only have a ten.

Gabby:

Okay. No problem. All right. Here you go. Here’s your change.

Lindsay:

Thank you.

Gabby:

Thank you very much.

Lindsay:

All right. Bye.

Gabby:

Bye. All right.

Lindsay:

Okay. So that was our first dialogue. An awesome… Gabby:

Four sugars?

Lindsay:

I know.

Gabby:

Two creams? You made me laugh. You made me laugh.

Lindsay:

I’m feelin’ (feeling) a little stressed out these days. Four sugars- it’s a lot, but what can I say.

Gabby:

Maybe out of character there. All right. Well now it’s my turn. So (uh) all right.

Lindsay:

All right. So welcome to our Pizza House.

Gabby:

All right, thank you. What kind of pizza do you have?

Lindsay:

Oh, we’ve got (uh) three options. We’ve got cheese, we’ve got pepperoni, and green pepper.

Gabby:

Great. (Uh) give me a slice of pepperoni.

Lindsay:

Pepperoni. All right and (uh) you want me to warm that up for you?

Gabby:

Yes. Please.

Lindsay:

Okay. Let me do that. Here’s your pizza.

Gabby:

Great. Thank you. (Um) could I get some extra napkins?

Lindsay:

(Uh), yeah. Absolutely. I’ll put ‘em (them) in the bag. And (do) you want anything to drink with that?

Gabby:

Yeah. Do you have (um), do you have soda?

Lindsay:

We do. We have Pepsi, we have Coke and we have (uh) Orange soda.

Gabby:

Yeah. I’ll get an Orange soda.

Lindsay:

Okay. Let me throw that in the bag.

Gabby:

(Um) medium, no ice please.

Lindsay:

Medium, no ice. All right. Anything else?

Gabby:

(Uh) that’s it.

Lindsay;

Okay, let me ring you up. That’s gonna (going to) be $5, please.

Gabby:

All right. Here you go. There’s 5 even.

Lindsay:

All right. Okay, great. So have a good day. Enjoy yourself.

Gabby:

Thank you.

Lindsay:

Bye.

Gabby:

All right. Cool. So thanks for the pizza.

Lindsay:

Hey. Thanks for the coffee.

Gabby:

That was delicious. Yeah, so we used a lot of different phrases here that (um), (you know), they might be new if, if you haven’t been living in the US that long, or if you have, (you know), they might be (um) some (like) new natural phrases, but (um), (you know), especially if you listen a few times or if you use the transcripts, that’ll really help you to understand the way that people really talk when they sell or order food.

Lindsay:

All right. So thanks a lot for listening today, guys. And we hope that we’ve helped you get some natural street English.

Gabby:

Thanks guys.

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Lindsay: Thanks for listening to the All Ears English Podcast. We’re here to help you learn English and you can help us by leaving a five star review on iTunes.

See you next time!

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