At the brasserie
French writing exercise

À la brasserie

Eve orders food at a brasserie in France.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"an order (restaurant)", "a starter [US: appetizer]", "a tomato salad", "to have (food)", "duck breast", "a main (dish)", "rice", "potatoes", "for now", "sparkling water", "to bring [something]", "right away".

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I’ll give you some sentences to translate into French

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How the test works

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- Hello, can I take your order? - Hello, yes thank you very much. As a starter [US: an appetizer], I would like a tomato salad, and I'll have the duck breast as a main, please. - Would you like rice or potatoes with your duck breast? - I prefer rice, thank you. - Very good. And for dessert? - I don't want dessert for now. - And with this, what would you like to drink? - Do you have sparkling water? - Yes of course! I'll bring it to you right away.

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