Home Quiz Business Listening Speaking Reading Grammar Games  
English through video Level A Level B Level C ASK MISTERDUNCAN Beevn Video New Headway Effortless English Funny English Job Interview Video VOA VIDEO Grammar ABC Grammar Grammar In Use General English Beginner A Beginner B Elementary A Elementary B Low Intermediate A Low Intermediate B Intermediate A Intermediate B High Intermediate A High Intermediate B Low Advanced A Low Advanced B High Advanced A High Advanced B
Business English Introductory Business English A Introductory Business English B Marketing Manufacturing Finance The Customer Service Negotiations Business Travel Human Resources Information Technology
Speaking English Tiếng Anh Thông Dụng Tiếng Anh Thương Mại Tiếng Anh Phỏng Vấn Tiếng Anh Du Lịch Cụm Từ và Thành Ngữ Các Chủ đề Đặc biệt Mục lục Bài học Listening Lessons Trình độ Sơ Cấp Trình độ Trung Cấp Trình độ Nâng Cao Các Bài Học Thêm Phát Âm Ngữ Pháp Ngữ Điệu và Tốc độ 5 Luật để Nói Lưu Loát Games English Study Games Grammar Games Vocabulary Games Listening Games Pronunciation Games Quiz Games Memory Games Typing Games
Listening
Free ESL Regular Daily English Lesson - Drinking - General Things  

Drinking - General Things

When you are all standing in front of the bar to buy a beer, sometimes one person will pay. Usually everyone reaches for their money, but one person who wants to pay says, "It's alright, I got this one."

Another popular saying is when you meet a good friend and you want to buy them a drink.

"Hey, let me buy you a drink. What do you want?"

When you do cheers, you can either say cheers, or dedicate the next gulp to something.

You first lift up your glass and say,
"This is to good times. Cheers."
"For the end of our junior year."
"To success."

Basically anything you want to drink for.

Among friends, you can recommend shots. At a bar, mostly people drink beer and mixed drinks. However, between drinks someone can recommend having a shot altogether.

"Hey, let's all do a shot."
"Shot time."
"Let's get 4 shots of Jack."

Asking questions about how well someone drinks

"How much can you drink?"
"How many beers does it take to get you buzzed?"

"Depending on the day, but mostly it will take 4 beers before I start to get buzzed."
"I usually have about 6 drinks when I go out."

Also, when someone can't drink that much, people usually use the term light weight.

You should also know how to ask if a person is ok to drive. If they look drunk, then you should take away their keys. However, if they are ok, you can usually ask them if they are capable of driving.

"Are you ok to drive?"
"Are you going to be able to drive?"
"You sure you can drive?"

Before moving on to the Interactive Practice section for drinking, listen to a conversation with a couple of friends in a bar.

Listen to the Conversation

A: "Hey wassup. What are you guys drinking?"
B: "We're having pitchers."
C: "Dude, you're going to need a glass."
A: "Excuse me?"
S: "Yeah."
A: "Can I get a glass?"
S: "Sure."
A: "Have you guys been drinking long?"
C: "Not really. This is only our second pitcher."
B: "You better start catching up."
A: "When I get my glass, I will."
B: "You ok with shots right?"
A: "Yeah."
B: "What do you usually have?"
C: "He always has the same thing. Crowne."
A: "Exactly."
B: "That's good stuff."
C: "You finally got your glass. Hey Cheers. To good friends."
If you see this text and you are using FireFox, please download the FlashPlayer Plugin.


Lưu ý:
1.Bạn có thể dùng chuột để tô xanh cụm từ (2 từ gép trở lên) và bấm Ctrl-Shift-A để dịch cả câu sang tiếng Việt
2.Đối với từ đơn bạn chỉ cần Double click nháy chuột hai cái lên từ cần tra, sau đó nếu bạn muốn nghe thì bấm vào hình cái loa.

Home

Go back
© Copyright 2010 Tienganhabc.com - All Rights Reserved.