Do you know the native phrases that you can use when you talk about food with native English speakers?
Dining and sharing food is a key way to connect with natives but when you’re eating with a native speaker you need to know the right words to use.
Today you’ll get a few of them.
Key native English food vocabulary:
- “Diner”: A typical American style restaurant that serves food like sandwiches, hamburgers, and ice cream
- “Farm to table”: Food that has been bought directly from the farm and is usually found in restaurants
- “What got me was” and “it caught my eye”: The thing that captured my attention
This is just a hint of what you get in our new course!
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