Conversation Topics for English Learners: What’s for Dinner?

Hello English Learners. Do you like food? Do you talk a lot about food in your primary language? Imagine you’re having a conversation in American English about having dinner with others. What would you say? What would other say? Here are a few suggestions:
— You’re hungry, go in the kitchen, open the refrigerator, and see that the refrigerator is empty. What would you tell your room mate about dinner? What would your room mate tell you?
— You’re invited for a party at your family’s home. Now that you’re an adult, you miss the food you grew up with and hope you taste some delicious home made food. What would you tell your family? What would your family tell you?
— You’re in front of a restaurant with your date. You talk about different types of food you enjoy eating and try to decide if you want to eat at that restaurant. What would you tell your date? What would your date tell you?
Americans love talking about food, so you need to practice speaking in English about food with your family, friends, or colleagues.

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