Asking for a Drink at a Bar (Level 2)

Written by T. Pascal Brown

Description: Phrases asking for a drink at a bar

Instructions: Read the sentences below and answer the questions or fill in the spaces


At a Bar:



‘Hello, Sir. What would you like?’

‘Some drink, please.’

‘You can choose from beer, fruit juice, wine, alcopops and spirits.’

‘I would like some scotch. Just a little please.’

‘Hang on a jiffy. Here we go… Anything else?’

‘No. Thank you.’

‘Fifteen dollars, Sir… Okay, thanks. Enjoy your day!’

‘Thank you.’

‘See you ‘round.’



1: alcohol  = drink that contains alcohol
2: fingers  = long jointed parts of a hand, measure of alcohol
3: having  = verb of have, to possess, receive or take
4: a jiffy   = informal / a very short period of time