The first conversation is between 2 people at a restaurant. The conversation is short and is about a couple arriving at the restaurant and ordering food with a waitress. The second conversation is longer and is between 3 people ordering food in a restaurant.
Conversation about arriving at a restaurant and ordering food
At the Restaurant
Waitress: Good evening sir, welcome to Stanley House, can I help you?
Jason: Can we have a table for two please.
Waitress: Please come this way please.
Waitress: Are you both ready to order now?
Jason: Yes, we are. Can we have the Sunday roast with vegetables and Chicken salad please?
Waitress: Would you like anything to drink with your meal?
Jason: 2 glasses of white wine please.
After the Meal
Waitress: Would you like to see the dessert menu
Jason: No thanks, can we have the bill please.
Conversation between 3 people ordering food in a restaurant
Waitress: Hello, I will be your waitress today. Can I get you both any drinks?
Paul: Yes. I would like an iced coffee, please.
Jane: And I will have the same please.
Waitress: OK 2 iced coffees, here you are. Are you now ready to order your, or would you like a few more minutes?
Paul: I think we are ready to order. I will have the chicken soup to start, and the steak with fries and the mixed vegetables.
Waitress: How do you want the steak cooked rare, medium, or well done?
Paul: I would like it well done, please.
Jane: I do not want a starter. I would like to have the fried chicken with fries and a side salad please.
Waitress: Your meals will be here shortly.
Waitress: Here are your meals. If you need anything else just ask. Have a nice meal.
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