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600 Từ vựng TOEIC– Lesson 32: Eating Out
Words in Context 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 32: Eating Out
Read the following passage and write the words in the blanks below.
|basic flavour judged predict complete forget mix up randomly excite ingredients patrons remind|
The key to a happy meal is that everyone should enjoy eating what they ordered. Before the waiter takes your order, you can ask him for a recommendation or you can select (1) _____ from the menu.
Good service is part of the overall enjoyment of the meal. The waiter should make the (2) _____ feel welcome and comfortable. Good waiters can (3) _____ what you need, like more water, without having to be asked for it. It’s easy for a waiter to (4) _____ something, but you should not have to (5) _____ a waiter more than once to bring you something. Nor do you want the waiter to (6) _____ the food orders. You should get what you ordered, and your order should be (7) _____.
The quality of the food is the primary way restaurants are (8) _____. The food should taste and look wonderful. Your plate of food should (9) _____ all your senses and be fragrant and colourful. Even the most (10) _____ or familiar dishes can taste different from restaurant to restaurant. A chef can bring out a distinct (11) _____ in a dish, depending on the (12) _____ he or she uses.
6. mix up
Word Families 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 32: Eating Out
Word Practice 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 32: Eating Out
Part 1 Photo
Look at the picture and listen to the sentences. Choose the sentence that best describes the picture.
Đáp án: B
Part 2 Question - Response
Listen to the question and the three responses. Choose the response that best answers the question.
Part 3 Conversation
Listen to the dialogue. Then read each question and choose the best answer.
4. What are the speakers discussing?
(A) The flavour of the food.
(B) Their last vacation.
(C) The restaurant decor.
(D) The serving dishes.
5. What does the man want to do?
(A) Take a rest.
(B) Return to the restaurant.
(C) Forget about the restaurant.
(D) Get a new set of dishes.
6. What does the woman predict?
(A) The restaurant will close soon.
(B) The flavour of the dishes will improve.
(C) The waiter will be very patient.
(D) The restaurant will become popular.
Part 4 Talk
Listen to the talk. Then read each question and choose the best answer.
7. Who is speaking?
(A) The kitchen assistant.
(B) The head chef.
(C) A patron.
(D) A waitress.
8. What does the speaker offer?
(A) To cook the meal.
(B) To take the order.
(C) To bring some free food.
(D) To serve water.
9. When will the food be ready?
(A) In 2 minutes.
(B) In 8 minutes.
(C) In 15 minutes.
(D) In 50 minutes.
Part 5 Incomplete Sentences
Choose the word that best completes the sentence.
10. Would you like to _____ your meal with an after-dinner drink?
11. I’ve had enough _____ for the day.
12. I can’t figure out which ingredients the chef used to _____ this dish.
13. I’ve already _____ what the last table of guests ordered.
14. Unfortunately, on the day the restaurant opened there was a huge _____ in the kitchen.
(C) mix up
(B) mixed up
(D) mixing up
15. No one could have _____ how successful the restaurant would become.
Part 6 Text Completion
One of the joys of traveling abroad is taking the opportunity to try out different kinds of food. Travelers should always make a point of eating the local dishes. It is exciting to try out dishes made with unfamiliar ingredients and unusual _____ (16). Daring travellers can order _____ (17) from the menu. Or, they can look at the dishes that other patrons are eating and order one that looks appealing. A traveller who doesn’t speak the local language well can order by pointing to the dishes he wishes to order. That is the easiest way to avoid a mix _____ (18). Finally, dessert should not be forgotten. A sweet treat at the end of the meal will complete the experience of enjoying foreign cooking.
Part 7 Reading Comprehension
Don’t miss the Yorktown Festival of Food. This exciting annual event will take place May 10-16 at the Yorktown Fairgrounds.* Over 100 local restaurants will participate. Which are the best restaurants in town? You be the judge! The price. of admission includes:
— Samples of food from all participating restaurants
— Cooking demonstrations by local chefs
— Copies of recipes of some of Yorktown’s Favorite dishes, including ingredients lists and preparation instructions
— A free Festival of Food chef’s hat and apron
Fifty festival ticket holders will be randomly selected to enjoy a meal especially prepared for the festival by world-renowned chef Jean Pierre de la Fargo, director of the Paris School of Cuisine. You could be one of them! Get your tickets today. An unforgettable experience is guaranteed.
Tickets are available at all participating restaurants and at the Yorktown Ofﬁce of Tourism. Ticket prices are $15/day or $50 for the entire week.
*If rain is predicted, the event will take place in the Yorktown Sports Arena.
19. How often does the festival take place?
(A) Once a day.
(B) Once a week.
(C) Once a month.
(D) Once a year.
20. What can people do at the festival?
(A) Try different kinds of food.
(B) Cook a meal.
(C) Judge a contest.
(D) Buy hats and aprons.
21. What will 50 people win?
(A) A ticket.
(B) A cooking lesson.
(C) A free meal.
(D) A trip to Paris.
22. The word randomly in line 11 is closest in meaning to
(B) by chance
(D) with determination
23. The word predicted in line 19 is closest in meaning to
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