Part 1: Vocabulary
Types of Coffee
Espresso (n) /ɛˈsprɛsoʊ/ - I like to start my day with an espresso.
Pay (v) /peɪ/ - Let's pay the bill and leave.
Read (v) /riːd/ - I love to read a book in a cafe.
Feelings when Drinking Coffee
Alert (adj) /əˈlɜrt/ - Coffee makes me feel more alert.
Part 2: Grammar
Simple Structures for Communication:
I'd like a [type of coffee], please.
Can I have a [type of coffee]?
Describing Preferences :
I prefer [type of coffee].
My favorite coffee is [type of coffee].
Expressing Feelings :
Coffee makes me feel [adjective]
I enjoy coffee because it's [adjective].
Part 3: Questions
What's your favorite type of coffee?
Can you describe the taste of an Americano?
How do you feel after drinking a strong espresso?
Have you ever tried a caramel macchiato?
When do you usually enjoy iced coffee?
What's the difference between a latte and a cappuccino?
Do you like the warmth of a mocha?
What do you do while sipping your coffee in a cafe?
- How does coffee make you feel in the morning?
Can you name any other blended coffee drinks?
Where do you usually order your coffee?
What do you like to chat about in a cafe?
How do you prefer to enjoy your coffee, alone or with friends?
Do you like to relax with a book in a cafe?
Have you ever worked on your laptop in a coffee shop?