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Person 1: "What's your favorite cuisine?"
Person 2: "I love Mediterranean."
Person 1: "Mexican food is my favorite."
Person 2: "Oh, I enjoy spicy food too."
Person 1: "Have you ever tried authentic Mexican street tacos?"
Person 2: "No, but it sounds delicious. Where can we find some?"
Person 1: "There's a great taco truck on 5th and Main Street. Let's go check it out!"
Person 2: "Sounds good to me. I can't wait to try it."

- What's your favorite food?
- Pizza, definitely. What about you?
- Oh, I love sushi. But have you ever tried pizza with sushi on top?
- Uh, no, that sounds kind of weird.
- Trust me, it's amazing. You get the best of both worlds.
- Hm, I don't know if I'm brave enough to try that.
- C'mon, don't be a wimp. One slice won't kill you.
- Okay, fine. But I'm blaming you if I regret it later.

A: Hey, have you tried the new sushi place in town?
B: No, I haven't. Is it any good?
A: It's amazing! The fish is so fresh, and the rice is just perfect.
B: I don't know, I've never been a big fan of raw fish.
A: Well, they also have chicken and vegetable rolls. You should give it a try.
B: I don't know, I'm pretty picky when it comes to food.
A: Come on, don't be a chicken! (laughs) Just try it, you might like it.
B: Alright, fine. I'll give it a roll.

A: What's for dinner tonight?
B: I was thinking of making spaghetti.
A: Again? We had that last night.
B: Well, what do you suggest?
A: Let's have tacos instead.
B: Tacos? I don't have any ingredients for that.
A: Don't worry, I'll go to the store and grab everything we need.
B: Alright, but can we at least have garlic bread with it?
A: Sure, as long as you promise not to breathe on me afterwards.
B: Deal. Let's get cooking!

Lena: "What's for lunch?"
John: "We have some leftover lasagna from last night."
Lena: "I'm not really feeling lasagna today. Do we have anything else?"
John: "Well, we have some salad, a can of soup, and some frozen pizza."
Lena: "Frozen pizza it is! I'll pop it in the oven. How long does it take to cook?"
John: "About 20 minutes."
Lena: "Perfect. Just enough time to make a salad to go with it."
John: "Sounds like a plan. And for dessert, we have some ice cream in the freezer."
Lena: "Yum! It's going to be a great lunch!"

Person 1: Hey, have you tried that new Japanese restaurant down the street?
Person 2: No, I haven't. How is it?
Person 1: It's ama-zing! The sushi melts in your mouth like butter.
Person 2: Sushi, huh? I'm not sure I trust raw fish.
Person 1: Well, they have plenty of cooked options too. Their tempura is like a party in your mouth.
Person 2: Ooh, that sounds good. Is it expensive?
Person 1: It's a bit pricey, but totally worth it. Plus, the portions are massive. You won't even need dinner tonight.
Person 2: Hmm, I don't know. I'm pretty hungry. Maybe I'll grab a burger on the way home.
Person 1: What? You're passing up on the best sushi in town for a boring old burger?
Person 2: Hey, don't knock the burger. It's a classic for a reason.
Person 1: Fine, I'll let you have your burger. Just don't come crying to me when you're stuck with a dry, tasteless patty.
Person 2: Ha, as if. You clearly haven't been to a good burger joint.

Bob: Hey, do you like burritos?
Sue: Of course, who doesn't?
Bob: Well, I know someone who doesn't.
Sue: Who?
Bob: My dog. Every time I eat a burrito, she gives me this disappointed look like, "really? You're not going to share?"
Sue: Ha! Maybe you should make burritos for her.
Bob: Yeah, but then she'll probably start begging for sushi or something.
Sue: Your dog has good taste.
Bob: You're telling me. Sometimes I think she's smarter than me.
Sue: That's not saying much.
Bob: Hey!
Sue: Just kidding, Bob. You know I love you.
Bob: And I love burritos.

A: Hi, have you tried that new Italian restaurant down the street?
B: No, I haven't. Is it any good?
A: Oh yeah, it's amazing! The pasta is so fresh and the flavors are just out of this world.
B: That sounds delicious. What's your favorite dish?
A: Honestly, I can't decide between the lasagna and the spaghetti carbonara. Both are just so mouth-watering.
B: Hmm, I'm in the mood for something spicy. Do they have any dishes like that?
A: Definitely! Their arrabbiata sauce is super spicy, but it's so good. And they also have a spicy sausage pizza that's to die for.
B: I think you've convinced me. Let's go there for lunch.
A: Great! I'm already drooling at the thought of their homemade garlic bread.

A: Hey, what are you having for lunch today?
B: I'm not sure yet. I was thinking maybe a salad or a sandwich.
A: A sandwich? That's boring. You should try something more exciting, like a burrito!
B: I don't know if I want something that heavy for lunch.
A: Nonsense! A burrito is the perfect lunch. It's like a food blanket - it wraps you up and makes you feel all warm and cozy inside.
B: I think you're confusing food with a snuggie.
A: No, no, trust me. It's the best. Plus, it's a complete meal - you've got your protein, your carbs, and your veggies all in one convenient package.
B: I suppose that's true. But what about the mess? Burritos can be pretty messy to eat.
A: That's part of the fun! You have to dive in and get a little messy sometimes in life.
B: Alright, you've convinced me. Let's go get some burritos for lunch.
A: Yes! I knew I could persuade you with my love for burritos.

A: What's your favorite type of pizza?
B: Veggie pizza all the way!
A: Ugh, you're one of those people. Do you even consider it a pizza without meat?
B: Of course! Who needs greasy pepperoni when you can have fresh vegetables?
A: Vegetables are for rabbits. I need my meat fix with every slice.
B: That's not very healthy, you know.
A: Healthy? Who said anything about being healthy? I'm here for a good time, not a long time.
B: Well, vegetables can be just as delicious as meat.
A: Ha! You could not be more wrong. Pizza was invented for meat lovers. It's a fact.
B: Actually, pizza was invented in Italy and originally was topped with just tomatoes, cheese, and basil.
A: Sounds boring. I'm sticking with my pepperoni and sausage.
B: Suit yourself. More veggie pizza for me!

A: What's your favorite type of pizza?
B: Oh, definitely pepperoni and mushroom. The perfect combination of meat and veggies.
A: Ugh, I can't stand mushrooms! They're slimy and gross.
B: Well, more for me then. What's your favorite topping?
A: Pineapple, of course!
B: Pineapple on pizza? That's sacrilege!
A: No way! It's the perfect mix of sweet and savory. You gotta try it.
B: I don't know... it just seems wrong.
A: Trust me, it's a game-changer. You'll never go back to boring old pepperoni.
B: Fine, I'll give it a try. But don't blame me if I end up hating it.
A: You'll love it, don't worry. And if you don't, I'll eat all of your slices.
B: Deal. But if I end up liking it, you owe me a pineapple pizza.
A: You got it. Let's order a pizza with half pepperoni and mushroom, and half pineapple. The ultimate compromise.
B: Alright, let's do it. But if any mushrooms touch my side, there will be consequences.
A: No worries, I'll eat them all. I'm a fungi fanatic.

A: What’s your favourite food?
B: Definitely pizza. What about you?
A: I’m not a big fan of pizza. I prefer sushi.
B: Ew, sushi?! You mean those little raw fish things?
A: Yes, it’s delicious! Have you ever tried it?
B: No way. I’m not risking salmonella. Plus, I don’t want to eat anything that’s been swimming in the toilet.
A: That’s not true! Sushi is made with fresh, high-quality fish.
B: I don’t believe you. And even if it is made with fresh fish, it still looks like something my cat coughed up.
A: Alright, fine. What about ice cream? Surely you like ice cream.
B: I love ice cream! Especially the ones with cookie dough or fudge in them.
A: Ooh, me too. There’s nothing better than an ice cream sundae after a long day.
B: Agreed. And let’s be honest, if there’s a way to put cookie dough in something, it’s automatically delicious.
A: Haha, so true. But why stop at cookie dough? Let’s put it in everything! Hamburgers, spaghetti, even scrambled eggs!
B: Woah woah woah. Let’s not get crazy here. I don’t think anyone wants cookie dough eggs.

A: Have you ever tried those fancy organic restaurants?
B: Oh yeah, I don't have enough money to eat there every day, but I've tried it.
A: Honestly, I don't understand the appeal. Why would I spend twenty dollars on a salad when I could get a burger and fries for five?
B: Well, some people care about their health and the environment.
A: Yeah, but at those organic places, you have to read through the entire menu just to figure out what half of the ingredients are. I don't want to eat something I've never heard of before.
B: That's half the fun! Trying something new, discovering new flavors!
A: Please, don't be ridiculous. The only thing I want to discover is how to make a sandwich out of French fries.
B: That sounds like a heart attack waiting to happen.
A: Hey, don't knock it until you try it. It's my own version of "farm-to-table" - I just go straight from the drive-thru to my kitchen table.
B: I don't think that's how that works...
A: Oh well, more fries for me!

A: Hey, what did you have for breakfast today?
B: I had a bowl of cereal. What about you?
A: I had a breakfast burrito from the food truck down the street.
B: Oh wow, that sounds fancy.
A: It was! And the best part is that it was made with locally-sourced, organic ingredients.
B: Of course it was. You're such a foodie.
A: Hey, I take my food seriously. You never know when you might stumble upon the next big culinary trend.
B: I guess that's true. Speaking of trends, have you heard of the cronut?
A: The cronut? Is that some new type of exercise?
B: No, it's a croissant-doughnut hybrid. It's all the rage in New York City.
A: Oh, I see. Well, I'm not sure I'm ready for a 'cronut.' I still haven't even tried kale chips yet.
B: Haha, you're way behind the times. But that's okay, I'm sure you'll catch up eventually.
A: Yes, I'll just have to make sure to pace myself and not over-indulge in exotic food trends.
B: Agreed, moderation is key. Unless we're talking about bacon. Then all bets are off.

A: What's for dinner tonight?
B: I'm not really sure. What do you feel like having?
A: How about sushi? I love sushi.
B: Sushi? I don't know. Raw fish doesn't really sound appealing to me.
A: But it's not just raw fish. There's so much variety in sushi. You can have shrimp, crab, avocado, and even cooked eel!
B: I don't know if I'm ready to go that far out of my comfort zone.
A: Come on, don't be afraid to try new things. Sushi is delicious, and it comes in such cute little rolls.
B: I'm not sure I'm into cute little rolls.
A: Well, fine. What about pizza? Everyone likes pizza.
B: Pizza is great, but I'm trying to be healthy this week.
A: There are healthy options for pizza too! You can get a whole wheat crust and load it up with veggies.
B: Alright, you've convinced me. Let's order a veggie pizza.
A: Yes! And we can still be a little adventurous and try a new topping like artichokes or spinach.
B: Alright, sounds good. But please, no more talk about cute little rolls.

A: What's your favorite type of cuisine?
B: Oh, that's a tough question. I really love a good Thai curry.
A: Ah yes, a classic choice. Personally, I'm a big fan of Italian food.
B: Oh really? What's your favorite Italian dish?
A: Definitely pizza. There's just something magical about that combination of cheese, sauce, and dough.
B: I love pizza too! Have you ever tried making your own?
A: Yes, I have. But it always turns out a bit... rustic.
B: Rustic? What does that mean?
A: It means my pizza looks like it was made by a blindfolded toddler.
B: Haha, that bad?
A: Let's just say I'm not going to be opening up my own pizzeria anytime soon.
B: Well, you can always order in. That's the beauty of pizza - it's delicious no matter where it comes from.
A: True. And there's nothing quite like the feeling of opening up a hot pizza box and inhaling that cheesy aroma.
B: You're making me hungry just talking about it. Let's go get a pizza!
A: Yes, let's do it! Together we can conquer any pizza, no matter how rustic.

A: What are you making for dinner tonight?
B: I was thinking about making some stir fry. How about you?
A: I'm not sure yet, maybe something with chicken. But I wish I had some inspiration.
B: Inspiration? For cooking? Just open up your fridge and see what's there!
A: That's easy for you to say. Your fridge is always stocked with fresh vegetables and ingredients.
B: Uh, have you seen my fridge lately? It's just a collection of half-empty condiments and cheese that's been there since the stone age.
A: Well, that doesn't help me come up with a recipe.
B: Oh, I have an idea! Why don't we just play it safe and order some pizza?
A: Pizza? That's not exactly what I was thinking of.
B: Come on, who doesn't love pizza? Plus, we can get a half-and-half so we can each have our favorite toppings.
A: Okay, fine. But I better not find any anchovies on my side.
B: Don't worry, I won't sabotage your pizza with those gross little fish.
A: Thank goodness. I don't think I could handle a fishy pizza.
B: Don't worry, we'll stick to the classics. Extra cheese, pepperoni, and maybe some mushrooms if we're feeling adventurous.

A: What did you have for breakfast this morning?
B: Nothing, I woke up late and didn't have time to eat anything.
A: Oh no, that's not good. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, you know.
B: I know, but sometimes life gets in the way.
A: Well, at least you have lunch to look forward to! What do you think you'll have?
B: I was thinking about getting a salad or a wrap.
A: Ugh, salad? That's like eating grass. You need something with more substance.
B: What do you suggest, then?
A: How about a burger? A big juicy burger with all the toppings you want. That'll fill you up.
B: I don't know if I want something that heavy.
A: Fine, be that way. How about a hot dog? Or a slice of pizza? Or a donut?
B: A donut for lunch? That's not very healthy.
A: Healthy schmealthy. You only live once. And besides, donuts have protein in them, right?
B: Um, no. I don't think that's right.
A: Well, it's worth a shot. Let's go get some donuts!
B: Alright, fine. But just one.

A: Did you hear about that new restaurant that opened up?
B: No, I haven't. What's it called?
A: It's called "The Fork & Knife". Apparently, they have the biggest portions in town.
B: Oh wow, I love big portions. What kind of food do they serve?
A: All sorts of stuff - burgers, steaks, pasta, you name it. But get this - they even have a massive dessert that's called "The Gut Buster".
B: (laughing) That sounds terrible and amazing at the same time.
A: I know, right? It's this huge sundae with like, 10 different toppings, and it's served in a giant bowl.
B: I'm pretty sure that's not meant for one person.
A: Yeah, you'd probably need like, 5 people to help you finish it.
B: (laughing) Well, I'm definitely gonna have to check this place out. Do they have any healthy options, though?
A: (laughing) Healthy options? At The Fork & Knife? You must be joking.
B: (laughing) Yeah, you're probably right. Let's just plan on eating salad for the next week after we go there.
A: (laughing) Sounds like a plan.

A: Hey, did you hear about that new vegan restaurant that just opened up?
B: No, I haven't. What's it called?
A: It's called "The Rabbit Hole." Supposedly, they've got the best veggie burgers in town.
B: Hmm, I'm not really sure about that. I've had some pretty terrible veggie burgers in the past.
A: Trust me, these ones are different. They're made with chickpeas, quinoa, and a secret blend of spices. You won't even be able to tell they're not real burgers.
B: Alright, I'll give it a try. What else do they serve?
A: Well, they've got a whole bunch of salads and stuff like that. But the real star of the menu is their "carnivore conversion" platter.
B: What's that?
A: It's a plate full of all the traditional meat dishes that vegans miss. There's "chicken" wings, "beef" sliders, and even "pulled pork" sandwiches.
B: That sounds ridiculous.
A: But it's so delicious! And the best part is, you won't have to feel guilty about eating meat.
B: I'm not sure I'm ready to go down the rabbit hole just yet.
A: Suit yourself, but you're missing out on some phenomenal plant-based cuisine.

A: Hey, have you ever tried sushi before?
B: No, I haven't. I'm not sure if raw fish is my thing.
A: Oh come on, it's not just raw fish. There's so much more to it than that - the flavors, the textures, the presentation.
B: I don't know if I'm ready for something that exotic.
A: Exotic? It's not like we're going on a safari, we're just trying some sushi. And besides, think of all the Instagram potential. You'll get all kinds of likes and comments on your foodie post.
B: I don't need likes and comments to enjoy my food, thank you very much.
A: But think about it - sushi is like a little work of art. Each piece is carefully crafted and arranged to create a beautiful and delicious masterpiece.
B: Okay, fine. You've convinced me. Let's go try some sushi.
A: Yes! I promise you won't regret it. And who knows, you might even become a sushi aficionado like me.
B: Let's not get ahead of ourselves. One step at a time.

 LEWIS FOREMAN SCHOOL, 2018-2023. Сеть мини школ английского языка в Москве для взрослых и детей. Обучение в группах и индивидуально. 

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