veggie
/ˈvɛdʒi/
noun
a vegetable
lemonade
/ˈɫɛməˈneɪd/
noun
a drink made with water, sugar, and lemon juice
lunch
/ˈɫəntʃ/
noun
a meal eaten in the middle of the day
cheeseburger
/ˈtʃizbɝɡɝ/
noun
a type of hamburger with melted cheese on top
special
/ˈspɛʃəɫ/
adjective
different from, greater, or better than what is normal
sparkling water
/spˈɑːɹklɪŋ wˈɔːɾɚ/
noun
water which is carbonated or fizzy
to review
/ˌɹivˈju/
verb
to reconsider something, especially in order to make a decision about it or make modifications to it
food truck
/fˈuːd tɹˈʌk/
noun
a movable kitchen that serves food on the street or at events, usually from the side or back of a truck or van
at least
/æt lˈiːst/
adverb
not smaller than the stated quantity, and possibly more
dessert
/dɪˈzɝt/
noun
‌sweet food eaten after the main dish
to recommend
/ˌɹɛkəˈmɛnd/
verb
to suggest to someone that something is good, convenient, or advantageous; to tell that someone is suitable and useful for a particular task or job
to try
/ˈtɹaɪ/
verb
to test something by doing or using it to find out if it is suitable, useful, good, etc.
crispy
/ˈkɹɪspi/
adjective
(of food) having a pleasant, dry, and hard texture or surface
friendly
/ˈfɹɛndɫi/, /ˈfɹɛnɫi/
adjective
kind and nice toward other people
service
/ˈsɝvəs/, /ˈsɝvɪs/
noun
the act of serving customers in a restaurant, etc.
to improve
/ˌɪmˈpɹuv/
verb
to make a person or thing better
to hope
/ˈhoʊp/
verb
to want something to happen or be true
to tip
/ˈtɪp/
verb
to give a small amount of money to a waiter, driver, etc. to thank them for their services
slang
/ˈsɫæŋ/
noun
words or expressions that are very informal and more common in spoken form, used especially by a particular group of people, such as criminals, children, etc.
to provide
/pɹəˈvaɪd/
verb
to give someone the thing that they need or want
to vary
/ˈvɛɹi/
verb
to make changes to or modify something, making it slightly different
to rely on
/ɹɪlˈaɪ ˈɑːn/
verb
to put trust or have faith in someone or something
to add
/ˈæd/
verb
to put something such as an ingredient, additional element, etc. together with something else
wage
/ˈweɪdʒ/
noun
money that a person earns, daily or weekly, through work or giving services
airport
/ˈɛɹˌpɔɹt/
noun
a large place where planes take off and land, with buildings and other facilities, in which passengers wait for their flights
taxi driver
/tˈæksi dɹˈaɪvɚ/
noun
someone whose job involves driving a taxi and taking people to different places
hairstylist
/hˈɛɹstɪlˌɪst/
noun
someone whose job is to cut people's hair or arrange it
bellhop
/ˈbɛɫˌhɑp/
noun
a person who is employed by a hotel to carry the guests' baggage to their rooms
heavy
/ˈhɛvi/
adjective
having a lot of weight and not easy to move or pick up
suitcase
/ˈsutˌkeɪs/
noun
a case with a handle, used for carrying clothes, etc. when we are traveling
as well
/æz wˈɛl/
adverb
used to indicate that something is in addition to or along with something else
culture
/ˈkəɫtʃɝ/
noun
the general beliefs, customs, and lifestyles of a specific society
rarely
/ˈɹɛɹɫi/
adverb
on a very infrequent basis
in fact
/ɪn fˈækt/
adverb
used to introduce a statement that provides additional information or emphasizes the truth or reality of a situation
confusing
/kənˈfjuzɪŋ/
adjective
not easy to understand
already
/ɔˈɹɛdi/, /ɔɫˈɹɛdi/
adverb
before now or a specific point in time
amount
/əˈmaʊnt/
noun
the total number or quantity of something
customary
/ˈkəstəˌmɛɹi/
adjective
commonly done or practiced within a specific situation, place, or society
according
/əˈkɔɹdɪŋ/
adjective
(followed by `to') in agreement with or accordant with
source
/ˈsɔɹs/
noun
somewhere, someone, or something that originates something else
average
/ˈævɝɪdʒ/, /ˈævɹədʒ/, /ˈævɹɪdʒ/
adjective
calculated by adding a set of numbers together and dividing this amount by the total number of amounts in that set
probably
/ˈpɹɑbəˌbɫi/, /ˈpɹɑbɫi/
adverb
used for saying that something is likely to happen or be the case
prize
/ˈpɹaɪz/
noun
anything that is given as a reward to someone who has done very good work or to the winner of a contest, game of chance, etc.
generous
/ˈdʒɛnɝəs/
adjective
showing a willingness or willing to freely give money, spend time, etc. with others
nursing school
/nˈɜːsɪŋ skˈuːl/
noun
a place where students can learn how to become nurses
fee
/ˈfi/
noun
the money that is paid to a professional or an organization for their services
waitress
/ˈweɪtɹəs/
noun
a woman who brings people food and drinks in restaurants, cafes, etc.
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