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Elementary English Course
At the Restaurant
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The waiter says “Hello, can I take your order?”. We say order in a restaurant to have something. ‘to order is also a verb’. Jesse asks “Do you have chicken?”. John and Jesse like milk shakes. John says “I prefer a milk shake”. Prefer means want more. Let’s return to the restaurant and see what happens. John asked for the bill. The waiter says $28 and 60 cents. John asks again ‘How much’. How much means “What is the amount”. But John does not have enough money. Do you remember ‘too much’ and the glass of water. ‘enough’ means the right amount. Jesse asks “What’s wrong” meaning what is the problem and John answers "Oh I'm sorry. I only have $25. It’s not enough). Jesse says “What’s wrong?” We will study “How much” and “How many” in unit 3. Next, let’s study this, that, and these, those. Click continue.