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Topic: Restaurant (Vocabulary for waiters/waitresses, customers, service industry people)

Choose the word that best fits the sentence.
  1. I'm sorry, but my meal is cold, could you please ________ for me?
    a. warm it up
    b. make it warm


  2. After that meal I was quite ________.
    a. full
    b. complete


  3. Whatever you can't finish, you can take home in a ________.
    a. box
    b. boxes


  4. Knives, spoons, and forks = ________.
    a. food tools
    b. cutlery


  5. I ________ steak but the waiter brought me fish.
    a. ordered
    b. decided


  6. In most fancy restaurants, the ________ is usually excellent.
    a. service
    b. responsibility


  7. A restaurant where customers serve themselves is called a ________.
    a. buffet
    b. kiosk


  8. If your waiter/waitress provided good service, you should leave a big ________.
    a. tip
    b. top


  9. McDonald's is a ________ restaurant.
    a. fast eat
    b. fast food


  10. We're not paying together. We are on separate ________.
    a. pay
    b. checks
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