Baked goods are delicious! Ordering baked goods, however, can be tricky! In this Real Talk episode, Suzanne and Andrew explain important expressions and phrases to help you get your hands on some mouth-watering baked goods!
A sandwich—a food item consisting of two pieces of bread with one or more fillings (eg, meat, cheese, peanut butter, etc) in between them—is a very common lunch food in North America. The word sandwich can be traced back to John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, an English aristocrat from the 18th century. Montagu would request that his meat be put between two pieces of bread, so he could eat one-handed while playing cards.
Expressions included in the learning materials
- To make your mouth water
- To pop [something] out/in
- A baker’s dozen
- Asking for information at the bakery
- To be on the safe side
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