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English Language Practice: Ordering at a Restaurant

ThoughtCo / Hilary Allison

  • TESOL Diploma, Trinity College London
  • M.A., Music Performance, Cologne University of Music
  • B.A., Vocal Performance, Eastman School of Music

Knowing how to order food at a restaurant is an important task for any beginner-level English learner. Here are two short dialogues to help you learn common questions and answers used at restaurants .

Dining at a Restaurant Alone

This dialogue includes most of the basic questions you'll need to know when going to a restaurant alone. Practice it with a friend.

Waitperson : Hi. How are you doing this afternoon?

Customer (you) : Fine, thank you. Can I see a menu, please?

Waitperson : Certainly, here you are.

Customer : Thank you. What's today's special?

Waitperson : Grilled tuna and cheese on rye.

Customer : That sounds good. I'll have that.

Waitperson : Would you like something to drink?

Customer : Yes, I'd like a coke.

Waitperson : Thank you. (returning with the food) Here you are. Enjoy your meal!

Customer : Thank you.

Waitperson : Can I get you anything else?

Customer : No thanks. I'd like the check, please.

Waitperson : That'll be $14.95.

Customer : Here you are. Keep the change!

Waitperson : Thank you! Have a good day!

Customer : Goodbye.

At a Restaurant With Friends

Next, use this dialogue to practice speaking at a restaurant when eating with friends . The dialogue includes questions to help you choose what to eat. For this role-play, you'll need three people instead of two.

Kevin : The spaghetti looks really good.

Alice : It is! I had it the last time I was here.

Peter : How is the pizza, Alice?

Alice : It's good, but I think the pasta is better. What would you recommend?

Waitperson : I'd recommend the lasagna. It's excellent!

Alice : That sounds great. I'll have that.

Waitperson : Fine. Would you like an appetizer?

Alice : No, lasagna is more than enough for me!

Kevin : I think I'll have the lasagna as well.

Waitperson : Right. That's two lasagnas. Would you care for an appetizer?

Kevin : Yes, I'll take the calamari.

Peter : Oh, that sounds good! I can't decide between the chicken marsala and grilled fish.

Waitperson : The fish is fresh, so I'd recommend that.

Peter : Great. I'll have the fish. I'd also like a salad.

Waitperson : What would you like to drink?

Kevin : I'll have water.

Alice : I'd like a beer.

Peter : I'll take a glass of red wine.

Waitperson : Thank you. I'll get the drinks and the appetizers.

Kevin : Thank you. 

Key Vocabulary and Phrases

Here are some key phrases used to discuss food in a restaurant when ordering and deciding on what to eat:

  • Could I have a menu, please?
  • Here you are.
  • Enjoy your meal!
  • Would you like ...
  • Can I get you anything else?
  • I'd like the check, please.
  • That'll be ...
  • Have a good day!
  • The spaghetti/steak/chicken looks good.
  • How is the pizza/fish/beer?
  • What would you recommend?
  • I'd like my steak rare/medium/well done.
  • Are there any nuts/peanuts? My child has allergies.
  • Do you have any vegetarian dishes?
  • Could I have a glass of water, please?
  • Could you tell me where the restroom is?
  • I'd recommend the lasagna/steak/pizza.
  • Would you care for an appetizer/a beer/a cocktail?
  • I'd like to have a beer/steak/glass of wine.
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Making Questions Lesson 1: Yes/No Questions (Rules & Exercises)

English Level: Intermediate

Language Focus : An explanation of how to form Yes/No questions in English

Grammar Worksheet : yes-no-questions-worksheet-esl.docx (scroll down to study the exercises online)

Many students are good at answering questions, but poor at making their own questions (with correct grammar). If you have problems forming (making) questions, then this lesson is for you! After this lesson, Lesson 2 explains WH-Questions like what  and who .

Can you form a question?

Can you form a question?

Introduction to Yes/No Questions

A Yes/No question is a question that has a 'Yes' or 'No' answer. For example,

Question : Are you hungry? Answer : No , I'm not.

(The other main type of questions are WH-Questions (where, who, what, why, etc.) that will be covered in the next lesson.)

Let's review the rules of making Yes/No Questions

1. Making Yes/No Questions with the BE Verb (am/are/is/was/were)

Imagine a regular sentence with the BE verb, such as ' He is tall.' Like usual, this sentence starts with the subject and the verb comes next. This is called sentence word order  in English.

To make a question from a sentence with the BE verb, we use  question word order.  You can do this by  switching  the subject and the BE verb around:

  • He   is  tall. → Is   he  tall? (In the question, the verb is first and then the subject )
  • They are  American. →  Are they  American?
  • The children   are  at school. → Are the children  at school?

The rules are the same for the past tense .

  • It  was   nice. → Was   it  nice?
  • New York  was  expensive . →  Was   New York  expensive?
  • We  were  late . →  Were   we  late?

Let's do some practice exercises.

Exercise #1: Yes/No Questions with the BE Verb

Change these sentences into question form. Make a Yes/No question.

  • The school is open. →  ?
  • The waiter was rude. →  ?
  • Yoga is popular. →  ?
  • I am sick. →  ?
  • You were tired. →  ?
  • Sarah was his teacher. →  ?

Check Answers  

In the next exercise,  look at the answer to a question. Then write the question. For example,

  • Q: _____________? A: Yes, John is a doctor.

(The question was " Is John a doctor").

Exercise #2: Yes/No Questions with the BE Verb

(Note: It does not matter if the answer is 'Yes' or 'No' -- the question form is the same. Do not put 'not' in the question.)

  • Q: ? A: Yes. I was there.
  • Q: ? A: No, we were not rich.
  • Q: ? A: Yes, today is my birthday.
  • Q: ? A: No, the price was not the same.

2. Making Yes/No Questions with Auxiliary/Modal Verbs

An auxiliary verb is also called a helping verb. These are short words that 'help' the main verb create tense. For example,

I have written the report. (Present Perfect tense)

Here, ' have ' is the auxiliary  verb, which is helping the main verb 'write' change into the present perfect tense. Modal verbs , such as  can, must, should, might, may , are also helping verbs. Here are some more examples:

  • I was writing
  • I am writing .
  • I will write .
  • I can write .
  • I should write .

Sentences always have a main verb . But if a sentence also has a helping verb (auxiliary or modal), then switch  the subject and the helping verb around. For example,

  • He   will   come . → Will   he   come ?
  • They are   visiting  Paris. → Are they   visiting  Paris?
  • She has   done  the housework.  →  Has she   done  the housework

Sometimes, a sentence can have two helping verbs . If this is the case, change the order of the subject and first helping verb in the same way. Then after the subject, put the second helping  verb .

  • John has   been fired . → Has   John   been   fired ? (HelpingVerb1 + Subject + HelpingVerb2+ Main Verb)
  • They   will be hired . → Will   they  be   hired ?
  • The train  is   going  to arrive . → Is   the train  going to   arrive ?
  • The printer was being repaired . → Was   the printer being   repaired ?

In other words, when you change a sentence from sentence word order ( Subject + Verb ) to question word order ( Verb + Subject ), switch the subject with the first helping verb. If there is another helping verb, put it after the subject.

This isn't so easy. Let's practice.

Exercise #3: Yes/No Questions with Auxiliary/Modal Verbs

  • John can read . →  ?
  • It might be broken . →  ?
  • We will join. →  ?
  • Peter is going to go. →  ?
  • Luan is going to be hired. →  ?
  • He is being interviewed now. →  ?
  • He should practice more. →  ?
  • Cars are made here. →  ?
  •   The order has been approved. →  ?

Exercise #4: Yes/No Questions with Auxiliary/Modal Verbs

  • Q: ? A: Yes, she was going to visit.
  • Q: ? A: Yes, your name is being called.
  • Q: ? A: No, they haven't finished.
  • Q: ? A: No, he has not been working here.
  • Q: ? A: No, he could not have said that.
  • Q: ? A: No, he would not have been angry.
  • Q: ? A: Yes, a visa must be obtained first.
  • Q: ? A: Yes, we shall attend.

We're almost done!

3. Making Yes/No Questions without the BE verb or an Auxiliary/Modal Verb (Use Do!)

Up to now, we have practiced making questions from sentences that have the BE verb or a helping  (auxiliary/modal) verb. However, there are some sentences that have neither. For example,

  • I have a problem. (The main verb is have , and there is no helping verb)
  • She loves tennis. (The main verb is loves , and there is no helping verb)
  • They found the answer. (Again, there is only the main verb found .)

So, how do we form a question then? We add the verb 'Do'!  'Do' is another helping verb that we add to make questions when there is no auxiliary verb already (or BE Verb). The above sentences become the following questions:

  • I have a problem. → Do you have a problem?
  • She loves tennis. → Does she love tennis?
  • They found the answer.  → Did they find the answer?

Note two things. Firstly, in question #2,  do changes to Do es in the question because the subject is 'she', which is the third person singular , so we  add 's' to the auxiliary verb 'do' (but not to the main verb !).

Secondly, sentence #3 is in the past tense (found), so we change the helping verb "Do" to the past tense (= Did) and keep the main verb in its base form (the present tense).

Did they find the answer? (Correct)

Did they found the answer? (Incorrect = You don't need the past tense twice.)

Be Careful: Distinguishing Main Verbs from Helping Verbs

It's important to remember the difference between a main verb and a helping verb because verbs like 'do/have/will' can be a main verb and an auxiliary verb. Look at these sentences:

  • She has a job. (present simple)  → Does she have a job?
  • She has had a job. (present perfect)  → Has she had a job?

In #1, the main verb is ' has ' and there is no auxiliary verb, so we add ' Does ' to make the question ' Does she have a job? '

In #2, the main verb is ' had ', and there is an auxiliary verb ' has '. So we switch the sentence order and put the auxiliary verb before the subject, to make the question, ' Has she had a job' ?

Final Note: Use 'Do' when 'Have' is the Main Verb

A long time ago, people used to ask questions like this:

  • Have you a car?
  • Have you a problem?

This is now old-fashioned and out of use. In North America, we add 'Do' to make a question when the main verb is 'have'.

  • Have you a car = Do you have a car?
  • Have you a problem = Do you have a problem?

(Note: In England, it is common to use 'have + got' instead of 'Do you have'. For example: 'Have you got a car? / Have you got a pen?. This is also grammatically correct.)

Let's do some exercises to practice this last point.

Exercise #5: Yes/No Questions without Helping or BE Verb

  • He reads every day. →  ?
  • The printer broke. →  ?
  • We want more money. →  ?
  • She had a smile on her face. →  ?
  • The boss noticed the mistake. →  ?

Exercise #6: Yes/No Questions without a Helping or BE Verb

  • Q: ? A: Yes, she had her camera.
  • Q: ? A: No, I didn't feel sick.
  • Q: ? A: Yes, we eat beef.
  • Q: ? A: Yes, I believe you.
  • Q: ? A: No, they didn't forget their tickets.

Forming Yes/No Questions: Summary

We have learned three key rules for making Yes/No questions:

  • If the sentence has only the BE verb , switch the subject and the BE verb around to make a question.
  • If the sentence has a helping verb , switch the subject and the (first) helping verb around to make a question.
  • If there is neither the BE verb or a helping verb, add ' Do ' and then the subject to make a question.

It's time to mix it all together. Try to remember these rules and complete the practice exercises below.

Exercise #7: Yes/No Questions — Mixed Forms

  • She is a good person. →  ?
  • They are studying hard. →  ?
  • I don't want a drink. →  ?
  • The book was sold. →  ?
  • My dog barks loudly. →  ?
  • We are going to try it. →  ?

Exercise #8: Yes/No Questions — Without a Helping or BE Verb

  • Q: ? A: Yes, we are looking for the keys.
  • Q: ? A: No, I haven't seen Michael.
  • Q: ? A: No, they won't be happy.
  • Q: ? A: Yes, I do yoga.
  • Q: ? A: Yes, he has had surgery.
  • Q: ? A: No, they were not waiting long.
  • Q: ? A: Yes, they danced well.

Exercise #9: Yes/No Questions - Fix the Common Mistakes

Each question has a mistake. Rewrite the question without the mistake.

  • Have you a dog? →  ?
  • You will go to the park? →  ?
  • Did you went to the park? →  ?
  • It is 4 o'clock? →  ?
  • Are you agree? →  ?

If you find a mistake or have a question, please leave a comment below. Teachers, you can download the exercises as a worksheet (see the link at the very top).

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