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Hello students. Today鈥檚 lesson is phrasal verbs about restaurants. My name is Danny and welcome to the December phrasal verbs challenge. In this lesson, I will introduce several phrasal verbs about cooking and eating with the meaning of each phrasal verb. After each phrasal verb you will learn small parts of an English conversation. At the end of the lesson, we will put the conversation parts together to reveal the full conversation.


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The phrasal verbs we鈥檒l study are: Eat Out, Try Out, Cut back and Cut down, Chow Down, and Sop Up.


Let鈥檚 get started:

The first phrasal verb is one many people know eat out; I鈥檒l also explain the phrase eat in. Eat out means to go out (of your home) to eat somewhere, like a restaurant. For example, I didn鈥檛 feel like cooking yesterday, so I ate out at a new restaurant. Eat in is the opposite. Eat in means to eat a meal at your home. Here鈥檚 an example of a short conversation.

Danny: Hey Sarah. What do you want to do for dinner? Do you want to eat in or eat out?

Sarah: Hmmmm. Let鈥檚 eat out.


The next phrasal verb is try out. Try out means to try something new or different. To try something you haven鈥檛 tried before. I can鈥檛 wait to try out the new French restaurant. Here鈥檚 an example of a short conversation.

Danny: Ok, Do you want to try out the new Indian food restaurant in downtown?

Sarah: Sure, I love Indian food. Let鈥檚 try it out.


The next phrasal verb is cut back and cut down. Cut back means to do less of something. Cut down has a similar meaning. To consume less of something like a kind of food. For example, I am gaining weight I need to cut back on eating bread. Here鈥檚 an example of a short conversation.


Danny: Do you want to order bread with the curry?

Sarah: I really shouldn鈥檛 have bread because I have been gaining weight. I want to cut back on eating bread. I guess a little is ok, I can cut back on bread later. Haha!


The next phrasal verb is chow down. Chow down means to eat something quickly. This is a more informal phrasal verb. This burger looks delicious. I鈥檓 going to chow down on it. Here鈥檚 an example of a short conversation.

Sarah: Wow. Our curry has arrived, and it looks delicious. I going to really chow down on it.

Danny: Yes, I agree! Let鈥檚 chow down.


The last phrasal verb is sop up. Sop up means

Sarah: That was delicious Danny. It looks like you still have some curry left on your plate. You should sop the curry up with your bread.

Danny: Thanks for the suggestion. That will be a wonderful end to a delicious meal.


We studied: Eat Out, Try Out, Cut back and Cut down, Chow Down, and Sop Up

Now let鈥檚 study the full conversation.


Danny: Hey Sarah. What do you want to do for dinner? Do you want to eat in or eat out?

Sarah: Hmmmm. Let鈥檚 eat out.

Danny: Ok, Do you want to try out the new Indian food restaurant in downtown?

Sarah: Sure, I love Indian food. Let鈥檚 try out the new restaurant. Danny: Do you want to order bread with the curry?

Sarah: I really shouldn鈥檛 have bread because I have been gaining weight. I guess a little is ok, I can cut back on bread later. Haha!

The next phrasal verb is chow down. Chow down means to eat something quickly. This is a more informal phrasal verb. This burger looks delicious. I鈥檓 going to chow down on it. Here鈥檚 an example of a short conversation.

Sarah: Wow. Our curry has arrived, and it looks delicious. I going to really chow down on it.

Danny: Yes, I agree! Let鈥檚 chow down.

Sarah: That was delicious Danny. It looks like you still have some curry left on your plate. You should sop the curry up with your bread.

Danny: Thanks for the suggestion. That will be a wonderful end to a delicious meal.

What restaurant phrasal verbs can you think of? Post them in the comments section.

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Teachers: Danny, Sarah, John, Dan

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