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Lunch at McDonald's

Lunch at McDonald's

Date: May 22 2000


1. Learn Vocabulary - Learn some new vocabulary before you start the lesson.

2. Read and Prepare - Read the introduction and prepare to hear the audio.

John and Migs are eating lunch at McDonald’s.


1. Listen and Read - Listen to the audio and read the dialog at the same time.

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2. Study - Read the dialog again to see how the vocab words are used.




John:  Hey Migs, what took you so long? How many burgers did you order?

Migs:  Dude, I didn’t order any hamburgers.

John:  What are you talking about? That’s why we came to McDonald’s, for the Tuesday 29-cent burgers!

Migs:  Yeah, but hamburgers are nasty. I got two chicken sandwiches, a super-size fry and a large coke.

John:  That’s cool. So where do you want to sit?

Migs:  Ah, let’s go sit over there by that cute girl.

John:  You mean the chunky one with the big hair and the platform shoes?

Migs:  No, not the chunky one! The real good-looking girl over there by the window, chowing on the Big Mac.

John:  Oh yeah, she looks nice.

Migs:  Oh, man. I didn’t get any ketchup. Can I have some of yours?

John:  Sorry, man. I got just enough for me.

Migs:  No, but I don’t want to wait in line again!

John:  There’s only about 5 or 6 people ahead of you.

Migs:  That sucks.


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Migs and I are really good friends so our conversation is really casual. I could have given him some ketchup, but I really didn’t have enough. Plus, it was payback for all the times he wouldn’t give me any of his. Have you ever eaten at a McDonald’s? Did you like it? Come to the Ebaby! Message Board and share your experience! Until next time,—John



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