English lesson - How to order an ice cream? ( Free Spoken English lessons)
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In this ESL English lesson we will learn to use the right phrases to order for some delicious creamy ice cream.In English we often fall short of English phrases to order for Ice cream. For little kids it is okay to point out at the picture of the ice cream they want to eat but as adults we need to use the right English phrases to order.
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The lesson is divided into categories and will give you an idea of placing the order correctly.
How many scoops would you like?
1) Kiddie Scoop - Small scoop of an ice cream
2) Single Scoop - One scoop of an ice cream
3) Double Scoop - Two scoops of ice cream
Which flavor would you like?
3) Honey almond
4) Butter scotch/pecan
5) Sundae - It typically consists of one or more scoops of ice scream topped with sauce,syrup or nuts.
3) Sugar Cone
4) Waffle Cone
5) Kiddie Cone
6) Candy Stick
Would you like to add some toppings on your ice cream?
1) Whipped cream
3) Crunchy nuts
4) Fresh cut fruits
Dialogue - I would like a single scoop of chocolate ice cream in a waffle cone with some whipped cream on it.
Whether you are a kid or just a kid at heart go order for some ice cream using these English phrases correctly.
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