English Speaking Practice (3 steps): Topic: At the Coffee Shop

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English Speaking Practice (3 steps): Topic: At the Coffee shop

Are you looking to improve your English speaking skills in a fun and interactive way? Welcome to “Speak English Daily,” a video series designed to help learners like you enhance your speaking proficiency through daily topics and practical conversation exercises.

There are 3 steps in the video to help you practice speaking skills:

  • Step 1: Listening Conversation
  • Step 2: Listen and Repeat
  • Step 3: Practice with the Conversation

Let’s get started!

Topic: At the Coffee Shop 1

Customer: Hi, good morning! I want a coffee. What’s good here?

Waiter: Good morning! Our special coffee is nice. It’s called cappuccino. It has milk and is very tasty.

Customer: Okay, I’ll try that cappuccino. Can I also get a sandwich?

New Words

  1. 1 (white) coffee 
  2. 2 black coffee 
  3. 3 cappuccino 
  4. 4 espresso
  5. 5 tea (with milk)
  6. 6 hot chocolate
  7. 7 orange juice
  8. 8 baguette
  9. 9 sandwich (white bread) 
  10. 10 sandwich (brown bread) 
  11. 11 toasted sandwich

Here are some phrases from the conversation that could be helpful for English learners:

Useful for greetings and making a simple request.
“Good morning! I want a coffee.”

Asking for recommendations or suggestions.
“What’s good here?”

Describing a particular item on the menu.
“Our special coffee is nice.”

Accepting a recommendation or making a decision.
I’ll try that cappuccino.

Adding an additional item to the order.
“Can I also get a sandwich?”

Offering choices or options to the customer.
“Do you want it on white bread or brown bread?”

Adding another item to the order.
“And, can I have a small orange juice too?”

Confirming the customer’s order.
“Is that all for you?”

Expressing gratitude
“Yes, thank you!”

Other topics: 101 English Conversations

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