“be” sick of …. • I am sick of pizza!
Eat Out • Let’s eat out! • He eats outa lot. • I love to eat outwith friends!
feel like (eating, listening, drinking…etc.) • I feel like eating pizza. • I feel like listening to music. • I feel like drinking hot chocolate.
…for a change To do something new and not follow your regular routine. • I want to study Chinese for a change. • Hamburgers again! Mom, let’s eat pizza for a change!
Starving / Famished • Hungry
It’s my treat. / I will treat you to… • Used to say you will pay for your friends/family’s meal. • I will treat you to dinner.
What’s the occasion? • Why are you dressed up so nice? • Why did you decorate the room? Etc…
Flavor • There are so many flavors of candy!
French fries / Curly Fries / Crisscut Fries/ Sweet Potato Fries
make sure … • You should make sure you lock your door before sleeping. • Make sure you fasten your selt belt before driving.
Convenient • Easy to use; easy to access
leave a tip • After eating at a restaurant, you should leave a tip for the waiter. (PRESENT TENSE) • I left a tip for the waitress. (PAST TENSE)
lighting • The lightingin this room is so bright!
Polite (to be nice) • The man was polite to his friend by letting him go through the door first.
…the only trouble… • The only trouble I have is remembering new English vocabulary. • The only trouble I have is trying to wake up on time for school.
…wait on (someone) • The server waited on the customers.
I _______eating pizza. • I _______listening to music. • I _______drinking hot chocolate.
To do something new and not follow your regular routine. • I want to study Chinese ___________. • Hamburgers again! Mom, let’s eat pizza ___________!
Used to say you will pay for your friends/family’s meal. • I __________you to dinner.
Why are you dressed up so nice? • Why did you decorate the room? Etc…