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Dining out (Norway) PRACTICE 3 - part of lesson A
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This video is a school project for their English class, in Norway. The waiter is a girl originally from Cambodia and the two customers are Norwegian girls, so you can notice they have different accents (the Norwegian girls sound more British because their native language is more similar to English).

The conversation is quite good, they're practising not only how to order food at a restaurant, but also relationships (one girl is very nice, the other one is kind of nasty). They use British English but a few times they slip some American expressions into the conversation.

- Hi, I'm Taylor and I'll be your waitress for today. So here are your menus.
- Is there anything I can get for you to drink first?
- Just some ice water, please.
- Would you like to have regular or bottled.
- Regular. And please, hurry up, I'm really thirsty.
- Don't worry, mam. And how about you, mam?
- I'd like to have a cup of tea, please.
- Cream or sugar?
- Cream will be fine, thanks.
- Ok, you're welcome. I'll be right back.
- Hurry, please.
- Calm down!

- Here's your water and your cup of tea, creamed.
- Thanks a lot.
- You're welcome.
- Excuse me, there's no ice in this. Take it back.
- Oh, I'm so sorry, I'll take that back for you. I suppose you'll get it soon.
- Yes, but hurry.
- Sorry.

- Here's your ice water.
- Just about time!
- I'm really sorry about ++++
- It's alright.
- Ok, so have you decided what you're gonna have or you need some more time?
- I'd like to have a chicken sandwich, please.
- Alright, chicken sandwich. And would you like to have it with vegetables or not?
- Yes.
- Ok. And now how about you, mam?
- The pepper steak, is that very spicy?
- Yes, of course.
- I don't like spicy. I'd like to have a salmon, please.
- You would like to have a salmon. Ok, I'll be right back.
- And hurry please, I'm really hungry.
- Calm down, Alice, will you, please?
- You know I haven't had my lunch yet. And now it's dinner so I'm really hungry.
- I know.

- Please, be careful, it's kind of hot. So here's your sandwich with vegetables.
- Thanks.
- You're welcome. And your salmon.
- Thank you.
- Is there anything else I can do for you?
- No thanks.
- No thanks.
- Ok, my pleasure.

-  ++++
- I'm done. I'm full now.
- I'm full as well.
- Ok. So I'll take these to go. And would you like to see the dessert menu?
- No, thanks.
- Me neither. Anyway, I just want to apologise that I've been so rude to you. I was starving and I was in a bad mood as well.
- Well, actually, it was my fault, I'm so sorry.
- No, it wasn't just your fault. It was mine too. So thanks for everything, you've been really nice and polite to us.
- Thank you.


- So, did you enjoy your meal?
- It was wonderful.
- Sure it was.
- Excellent, so is there anything else I can get for you or shall I take the check?
- We'll take the check, please.
- Alright, thank you for coming.

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