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ENGLISH FOR BARTENDERS/BAR STAFF
topic: General English vocabulary used by bar staff 1



If you work in a bar or nightclub (as a bartender or a waiter/waitress serving alcohol) and want to improve your English in order to communicate with customers better, this exercise is for you. It'll help you learn and practice the most useful vocabulary relating to interacting with customers in a bar. Fill in each blank with the proper (best) response from the list on the right:

get
glasses
pitcher
tap
call
sure
parts
potent
creation
part
serve
1. Try this drink. It' my own .

2. Buying beer by the is cheaper than buying it by the glass.

3. What kind of beer do you have on ? ( = on draught)

4. I'm not really how to make that drink.

5. When the bartender says "Last !", it means that it's the last chance for customers to order drinks before the bar closes.

6. I'm warning you. This drink is really ! ( = strong)

7. It's two orange juice and one vodka.

8. I'm sorry but I can't you since you're intoxicated ( = drunk).

9. I've broken 5 today.

10. What can I you? = What would you like?








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Dining in southern Europe? Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Greece, were once regarded as relatively cheap destinations, but this in changing quite fast. An average meal in Barcelona will cost you €13-17, in Rome, €18-22. Prices in all of these countries are now pretty much on-par with prices in the rest of Europe... and sometimes they're even higher.


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