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What would you like to order, sir?
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What would you like to order, sir?

Yes, today we would like to enjoy the dinner course. We have not decided which course we choose. Before deciding, would you bring us glasses of cold beer? We will check the course until you bring us beers.

自然な表現

Yes, today we would like to enjoy the dinner course. We have not decided which course we will choose. Before deciding, would you start us off with cold beer? We will check the courses until you bring us beers.

1. use the future simple with WILL to express your immediate intent or willingness to do something; you can also say 'we haven't decided on a course'
2. your expression was fine, this is a different expression that you can also use in this context
3. use the plural when there is more than one person or thing; you can also say 'we will study the menu'
Sure, please take your time in choosing your meal course for tonight. Please don't hesitate to call me if you need help in choosing.

Thank you. If you have a recommendation among these dinner course, please tell me which you would choose. We also would like to enjoy some sweets after meal, so the course which includes sweets is better for us.

自然な表現

Thank you. If you have a recommendation among these dinner courses, please tell me which you would choose. We also would like to have dessert after the meal, so we would prefer the meal which includes sweets.

1. 'this/that' is followed by a singular noun, whereas 'these/those' is followed by a plural noun
2. 4. your expression was fine, this is a different expression that you can also use in this context
3. use articles with singular countable nouns
5. a course is a part of a meal that is served separately from the other parts, e.g. a four-course lunch
Well, if you want something light. You can choose a three-course meal. It is consists of an appetizer, entree, and dessert. What do you think?

Yes, we feel meal abroad is too large in quantity, so something light seems so good for us. Can we choose entree among various choices? Do you also have a recommendation of wine with it?

自然な表現

Yes, we feel the meal abroad is too big, so something light seems so good for us. Can we choose an entree among various choices? Do you also have a recommendation for wine that goes well with it?

1. use articles with singular countable nouns
2. your expression was fine, this is a different expression that you can also use in this context, or you can say portions/servings abroad are too big
3. use articles with singular countable nouns
4. we naturally say a recommendation for, about, as to, concerning, on something
5. we naturally say a wine goes well with a dish, and we use a noun clause to add information to our object
Sure, please go ahead and choose your entree. The wine that I can recommend will depend on the entree that you will have. Have you already decided?

Then, meat for her and fish for me, please. Could you bring us a bottle of white wine at first? We order red one after that. Would you also give us glasses of water and another glass of beer?

自然な表現

Then, meat for her and fish for me, please. Could you bring us a bottle of white wine _ first? We will order red one after that. Would you also give us glasses of water and another glass of beer?

1. at first means in the beginning and is used to talk about the past; use 'first' to mean before all else or all others
2. use the future simple with WILL to express your immediate intent or willingness to do something
Yes, I will bring white wine now. May I asked how you would like the meat to be done? Medium, rare, or well done?

She likes medium. We feel a little bit cool in the room, please turn air-conditioner down? I'm sorry to ask you so many things, would you bring some plates so as to share dishes?

自然な表現

She likes it medium. We feel a little bit cool in the room, please turn the air-conditioner down. I'm sorry for being demanding, would you bring some plates so as to share dishes?

1. we naturally say someone likes their steak medium
2. use articles with singular countable nouns
3. this is a request, a statement, not a question
4. your expression was fine, this is a different expression that you can also use in this context
  • picky(えり好みする、こうるさい)
  • undecided(決めかねている、優柔不断な)
  • array((名)整列、配列(動)整列させる)
  • maze((名)迷路、当惑、混乱(動)まごつかせる)
  • complicated(込み入った、複雑な)
  • enticing(気を引く(ような)、誘惑的な)
  • compelling((映画、演奏、絵などが)人を引き付ける、魅力がある)
  • combination(組み合わせ、コンビ)
  • buffet(立食式の食事、ビュッフェ)
  • ala carte((形・副)アラカルトの、献立表から好みの料理を選んで)
  • This menu has such a wide range of choices.(このメニューはいろいろ選択があって迷ってしまう。)
  • There is such an array of food here.(ここにはすごくたくさんの食べ物がある。)
  • Are you a picky eater?(あなたは食べ物の好き嫌いの多い人ですか。)
  • Since I'm still undecided, please go ahead and order.(私はまだ決めていないから、どうぞお先に注文してください。)
  • The photos in this menu are so compelling.(このメニューの写真はとても魅力的だ。)
  • Can you hold the mayo?(マヨネーズを抜いてくれますか。)
  • I'd like the dressing on the side, please.(ドレッシングは別にしてください。)
  • Does it come with fries?(フライドポテトはセットになっていますか。)
  • I'd like Combination A, please.(Aセットお願いします。)
  • I'll go with the buffet.(ビュッフェにします。)

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