Real Talk #003 – Part 1: Ordering lunch

If you like to eat at fast-food or fast-casual restaurants, this episode is for you. Join Andrew and Suzanne as they review useful questions and phrases related to ordering lunch.

Fun facts

Canada’s largest fast-food chain is Tim Hortons, named after the hockey player, Tim Horton. The very first restaurant opened in 1964 in Hamilton, Ontario. Although Tim Hortons is often associated with Canada, the chain does have an international presence, with locations in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Middle East, and Ireland.

Expressions you’ll learn in this episode

  • Do you want a combo?
  • Is that for here or to go?
  • Do you want a bag?/can I have a bag?
  • Excuse me, I’m missing something
  • I’d like to place an order for takeout/delivery

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