I'll have "Lunch B", a hamburger plate with a vegetable soup please.
I'll have Lunch B, a hamburger plate with vegetable soup, please.
2. It seems there's a dish called "hot hamburger plate." However, I've never heard of a dish called "hamburger plate." Still, it depends on where you are and what they call dishes. It's better to ask someone from the area you are staying at. Here, you could just say "... Lunch B, hamburger with vegetable soup, please."
3. "Soup" is a mass noun, so there shouldn't be an article before it. Always place a comma before "please" when it's at the end of the sentence.
Oh, it looks good. I'll take an orange. I need some vitamin C to keep me healthy from the daily stress.
Oh, it looks good. I'll take a glass of orange juice, please. I need some vitamin C to keep me healthy from the daily stress.
Sure, why not. Thank you for a valuable information. I'm new here and still learning how things work at this company. Can you tell me where I can sign up for the lunch club? I want to qualify as soon as possible.
Sure, why not? Thank you for that valuable information. I'm new here and still learning how things work at this company. Could you tell me where I can sign up for the lunch club? I want to join as soon as possible.
2. Use "the" or "that" because you're referring to something that has already been mentioned.
3. When asking favors, use "could" instead of "can." "Can" assumes that the person can and is willing to do what you are asking, while "could" simply assumes that there is a possibility that the person is willing to do it.
4. "Qualify" makes it sound like there's a rigorous process involved in choosing the members of the club. Just use "join" here.
I'm not allergic to any food. I love all kinds of vegetables, so I'd be happy if you can pour more ingredients to my soup. I'll sign off the form before I go to the cashier. Thank you, again.
I'm not allergic to any food. I love all kinds of vegetables, so I'd be happy if you can put more vegetables to my soup. I'll sign up on the form before I go to the cashier. Thank you again.
2. "Ingredients" is very vague. It can refer to anything--meat, condiments, vegetables. Be specific here.
3. "Sign off" means concluding something, or signing off something to indicate that you're leaving and done with work for the day. Use "sign up" instead.
4. You do not need to put a comma before "again."
I'm all good. Thank you for helping me get familiar with the cafeteria. It made me feel at home after feeling so nervous at my new work. It was nice to get to know you. See you tomorrow.
I'm all good. Thank you for helping me get familiar with the cafeteria. It made me feel at home after feeling so nervous at my new workplace. It was nice to get to know you. See you tomorrow.
- spicy chili（辛い）
- unflavored tea（天然茶）
- Is this cereal gluten-free?（このシリアルはグルテンフリーですか？）
- What are the ingredients of this stew?（このシチューはどんな材料が使われていますか？）
- Do you have any unsalted peanuts?（無塩ピーナッツはありますか？）
- This soup has a wonderful flavor.（このスープの味がとてもいいです。）
- What's your "special of the day"?（本日のスペシャルメニューは何ですか？）
- Can I get an employee discount?（職員割引は使えますか？）
- This soup is rather bland.（このスープはどちらかというとあっさりしている。）
- I'd like to try the vegetarian chili.（（メニューからオーダーする時）ピリ辛野菜をお願します。）