Let's Choose A Nice Restaurant
I'm so [vocab word=hungry]hungry[/vocab]!
Me, too. What do you want for lunch?
Anything is fine with me. I don't want a [vocab word=fast food]fast food[/vocab], though.
"Fast food" is fast, easy, and cheap. Hamburgers and fries are examples.
Me, neither. I don't want a fast food, either. It's our third [vocab word=date]date[/vocab], so, I want something special for us.
"Me, neither" means "I don't want it, either". If you don't want or like something, you say "Me, neither". If you want something, you say, "Me, too".
How about some Chinese food?
"How about ..." is a way to suggest something. "Chinese food" is the food from China. "Chinese" is the adjective form of "China" (a country).
Nah. I just had Chinese food for lunch [vocab word=yesterday]yesterday[/vocab].
"had" means "ate" here. "had" is the past tense of "have".
Okay. How about some [vocab word=spicy]spicy[/vocab] Korean food? I love the kimchi.
"Korean" is the adjective form of "Korea" (a country).
Well, I don't really like Korean food. Is Mexican food okay with you, Amy?
"Mexican" is the adjective form of "Mexico" (a country).
I don't know ... I ate some Mexican food [vocab word=last]last[/vocab] week, and my [vocab word=stomach]stomach[/vocab] [vocab word=hurt]hurt[/vocab] all afternoon.
"ate" is the past tense of "eat". "last week" means 1 week ago.
I see. That’s too bad. I really wanted some tacos. What do you suggest?
I feel like some sushi. I know a really good Japanese restaurant down the street. Their [vocab word=salmon]salmon[/vocab] and [vocab word=tuna]tuna[/vocab] sushi are really delicious.
"Japanese" is the adjective form of "Japan" (a country).
I really don’t like sushi. Cold fish? Yuck! I know a nice Italian restaurant, "Mario's Pizza".
"Yuck" means "That's so bad!" "Italian" is the adjective form of "Italy" (a country).
My friend said it's really bad. The [vocab word=pizza]pizza[/vocab] was too [vocab word=salty]salty[/vocab]. The [vocab word=pasta]pasta[/vocab] had no [vocab word=taste]taste[/vocab]. Even the water was bad!
Oh, I see. So, you don't like Mexican food. And, the Italian restaurant isn't very good.
And, you don't want any Chinese food, Korean food, or Japanese food.
Well, there is nothing else in our [vocab word=neighborhood]neighborhood[/vocab].
There's a McDonald's.
McDonald's is a fast food restaurant.
Right. There's a McDonald’s.
Let's go to the McDonald's.