Practice

ordering drinks in a restaurant

with these fun online exercises. There are vocabulary building games, spelling games, and coversational exercises using English expressions that you might hear in a restaurant, 'What would you like to drink?', 'Can I get you something to drink?', etc.



This game focuses on drinks, ordering drinks, and offering someone a drink. Students will also learn polite ways to answer 'yes' as well as polite refusal, 'No, thank you.' These English exercises follow the ESL Curriculum from MES English.

The questions and answers for this game are as follows.

  • A: What do you want to drink?
  • B: I'd like some water, please.
  • A: Do you want some coffee?
  • B: Yes, please./No, thank you.
  • A: Would you'd like something to drink?
  • B: Can I have some orange juice, please?
  • A: What would you like to drink?
  • B: Lemonade, please.

Other notes:

  • This topic doesn't have grammar exercises. If you'd like to practice the target language "What do you want to ...?', please try the food games.
  • The spelling exercises will take the single word, 'water' or the word with (adjective) 'some', 'some water'.
  • The game audio asks a variety of questions using present tense and the subjunctive as well. However, since they are only listening activities, student shouldn't need to be taught these to complete the exercises. It may be a good idea to teach them to the students as set phrases used in a restaurant or when on a home-stay.
  • For a full list of the vocabulary for this game, see the flashcard link below in the teaching materials sections.

For teaching materials to match this game check out the links below:


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