parts of a resto

Parts of a Restaurant

A. Listening

A.1 Listen to the audio (track 2: parts of a restaurant), and enumerate the parts of a restaurant mentioned.

    
    
    
    
    

A.2 Listen again (track 3: parts of a restaurant), and answer the questions below.

1. It is where food is prepared and cooked. ________________________________

2. It is where guests are greeted._________________________________________

3. It is where offices and storage rooms are found. __________________________

4. It is where guests are seated and served food. ____________________________

5. It is where guests order drinks. ________________________________________

6. It is where food and drinks are picked-up to serve to customers. ____________

7. It should be accessible to customers and clean all the time. _________________

B. Reading aloud and Pronunciation

C. Vocabulary

Tracks 1-3 for the listening activities

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Types of Restaurant

A. Listening

A.1 Listen to the audio (track 1: types of restaurant) and write down at least 10 words that you hear.

    
    
    
    
    

A.2 Listen again (track 1: types of restaurant), and answer the questions below.

1. What is the name of the restaurant?______________________________________

2. What type of restaurant is it? ___________________________________________

3. What other 2 services they offer? ________________________________________

B. Reading Aloud and Pronunciation

B.1 Listen to the audio again (track 1: types of restaurant). Fill in the missing words. Read the text aloud in class.

Text Box: Welcome to _____________________________, home of the finest ________________ in Las Vegas. It is located inside ______________, and being only 5 minutes away from the famous Las Vegas strip we are the hotspot for both __________ and ____________. We have a grand _____________ area with _____________________ to accommodate anyone’s needs from a ________________ to large _______________. We are open from 10AM to 5 PM daily.

C. Vocabulary: Types of Restaurants

 In ThaiCharacteristics
A. Fine Dining  อาหารชั้นเลิศOffers luxurious dining experience  
Service Style: Full service at the table and some with wine pairing Service time: Moderate-long
Price point: expensive
B. Casual Dining            
C. Fast Food            
  D. Café            
E. Buffet            
F. Cafeteria            
G. Bistro            
H. Ghost Restaurant            
I. Family Restaurant                    
J. Pub            
K. Pizzerias          
L. Bakeries          
M. Food Trucks          
N. Pop-up Restaurants          

Challenge Yourself 1. Read and Answer.

1. What is Fast Casual Dining and how different it is from Fast Food?

2. How similar and different is a Family Restaurant from Casual Dining?

Tracks 1-3 for the listening activities

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Punctuation Games

Sharpen your knowledge on punctuations with these punctuation games. Start with round 1 and then work your way to round 4.

Reminder: Please don’t forget to write your name.

ROUND 1

ROUND 2

ROUND 3

ROUND 4

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Hotel English Conversation Online Games

Practice your hotel English conversation with these online games.

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Hotel Vocabulary Online Games

Individuals working in the hotel industry or even students who are planning to find work in the hotel, must learn vocabulary related to hotel and hotel business. Online games are fun ways to remember hotel vocabulary.

Learn the ABC’s of hotel and hotel business.

WORDS RELATED TO HOTEL

  1. Log in. Write your name.
  2. Click START
  3. Read the clues/hints about the vocabulary to be guessed.
  4. Guess the vocabulary and write your answer in the box. REMEMBER, the word begins with the letter you’ve chosen.

THINGS FOUND IN A HOTEL ROOM

  1. Log in. Write your name.
  2. Click START
  3. Read the clues/hints about the vocabulary to be guessed.
  4. Guess the vocabulary and write your answer in the box. REMEMBER, the word begins with the letter you’ve chosen.

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Writing Practice Games Online: Capitalization

Practice your skills on capitalization by doing these games online. You can try them as many times as you can.

ROUND 1

ROUND 2

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Punctuations: When to Use Them

Punctuation is the system of signs or symbols given to a reader to show how a sentence is constructed and how it should be read. It sets the intonation of how a reader should read the text. It tells readers if they need to read a sentence with a rising or falling tone, if it needs a neutral tone, or how long you need to pause and when to pause.

HERE ARE BASIC PUNCTUATIONS AND WHEN TO USE THEM

when to use punctuations

Test Your Knowledge: Identify the punctuation mark(s) and how it is being used in the sentence.

  1. It’s a lovely day, isn’t it?
  2. “Yes, it is. It’s a great time to go to the beach.” I replied.
  3. “Great idea! I’ll prepare the snacks, drinks, sunscreen lotion, and bathing suits.” said Anna.
  4. The beach is packed with sunbathers.
  5. There seems to have no space for them.

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Capitalization: When to Write Letters in Upper Case

Capitalization (American English) or Capitalisation (British English) writing a word with its first letter as a capital letter (uppercase letter) and the remaining letters in lower case.

Capitalization is an important part of writing skills. And so, learning when to write letters in capital is essential in writing for the following reasons:

  • It helps convey a message or information clearly.
  • It helps emphasize a specific word and/or word pattern.
  • It gives writing text an orderly appearance.
  • It is easier to distinguish words.

HERE ARE 4 WRITING CASES WHERE LETTERS ARE CAPITALIZE

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English for Hotel Business and Services

English for Hotel Business and Services is for students taking up Hospitality. The aim is to provide future hospitality service men and women the necessary knowledge and vocabulary in English. Effective English communication with English speaking clientele is important in delivering excellent services and customer satisfaction. On a larger scale, having fluent English speaking hotel staff could attract more foreign guests.

Unit 1: Hotel Staff and Their Duties

Unit 2: Check in and Check out

Unit 3: Hotel Rooms and Facilities

Unit 4: Dealing with Complaints

Unit 5: Hotel Restaurant and Services

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Hotel Vocabulary: Listening, Pronunciation, and Speaking

Dealing with hotel guests is the primary duty of hotel staff. This means being able to effectively converse with them, provide needed information, and assist and deal with challenges related to work. To successfully work in this environment, one must be equppied with communication skills. Here, ESL learners will learn and improve their listening, pronunciation, and speaking skills in terms of hotel vocabulary.

LISTENING for hotel vocabulary (00:04 – 1:20)

Answer the listening guide questions on your course book

VOCABULARY: GAMES

Game 1. Instructions

  1. Let one student stand in front of the class with his/her back to this presentation.
  2. The class gives hints/clues by describing the word.
  3. The student in front will guess the word.

Game 2. Instructions

  1. Let one student stand in front of the class with his/her back to this presentation.
  2. The class gives hints/clues by describing the word.
  3. The student in front will guess the word.

PRONUNCIATION: Listen to the pronunciation of common hotel-related words in the video above (1:22 – 2:02). Practice each word by saying out loud how the words are spoken. Intelligible pronunciation is more important, which follows the English phonology.

SPEAKING: Listen to a sample dialogue between two persons in the video above (2:04-2:47). Answer the guide questions on your coursebook.

  • speaking activity 1: guided (coursebook)
  • speaking activity 2: guided (coursebook)
  • speaking activity 3: unscripted (scenarios will be given in class)

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