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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:

allowed
special
mix
round
bottled
cut
be
water
disturb
shooters
1. Our happy hour is 2-for-1 draft *draught* beer.

2. Would you like another of drinks?

3. If a customer is " off", it means that he/she is not allowed to order any more drinks (because of drunkenness, bad behavior, etc.)

4. That'll $5.50.

5. We don't have any draught beer. We only have beer.

6. Shots of hard liquor (vodka, Jagermeister, etc.) are commonly referred to as .

7. I would never down a drink. I would lose my job if I did.

8. It's a bad idea to vodka with wine.

9. Smoking is not anywhere inside the bar. You'll have to go outside to smoke.

10. Sir, please don't the other customers.







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Many of the bigger South American cities have a very vibrant nightlife. The best of the best are: 1) Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), 2) Buenos Aires (Argentina) 3) Lima (Peru), 4) Medellin (Colombia) 5) Sao Paolo (Brazil). Honorable mention: Bogota (Colombia), Quito (Ecuador), Caracas (Venezuela).


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