Daily Life - Going To The Bakery (C0329)

A:  Welcome to Al’s Bakery. What can I get you?
B:  Hi! Let me get a dozen croissants, four blueberry muffins and a loaf of sourdough bread.
A::  Sure. Would you like to have the loaf sliced?
B:  No, that's OK. Do you have any whole wheat bread?
A:  We are out at the moment. May I suggest some rye bread?
B:  Sure that sounds good. Do you have any cakes?
A:  We have various birthday cakes and also ice cream cakes.
B:  I’ll just take a cheesecake.
A:  Will that be all?
B:  Yes.
A:  Your total is forty three dollars and twenty cents.

Key Vocabulary

bakerystore that bakes and sells bread and pastries
loafany shaped or moulded mass of food
slicecut into thin slices
wheatthe grain of of some grasses, used in making flour, pasta, etc
breada kind of food made of flour
muffina small cake
blueberrythe edible, usually bluish berry of various shrubs
ryea widely cultivated cereal grass
totalcomplete amount
cheesecakea type of cake
cakea baked dessert

Supplementary Vocabulary

sausage rolla roll of sausage meat in pastry
pavlovaa meringue cake topped with whipped cream and fruit
piea baked food having a filling of fruit, meat, pudding
chopto cut or sever with a quick, heavy blow or a series of blows
baketo cook by dry heat in an oven or on heated metal or stones

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