Lesson 8
Lesson 8
Pannangan Iti Ruar
Eating Out
This lesson will introduce you to:
- eating out in a restaurant in the Philippines
- various menu items
- how to order menu items
- different table service items
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1. Look at the restaurant menu below. Repeat the words after the speaker, and
follow along in the workbook.
Small World Restaurant
Bassit A Lubong A Restauran
Items
Prices
Eggroll (Lumpia) – each piece
Soup (Sopas)
Cup (tasa)
Bowl (malukong)
Salad (ensalada)
Chicken (manok)
Steak (bistik)
Fish (lames)
Coffee (kapi)
Fruit Juice (tubbog ti prutas)
- glass (maysa a baso)
- bottle (maysa a botilia)
Ice Cream (sorbetes)
Native Cake (bibingka)
Milk (gatas)
- glass (maysa a baso)
- bottle (maysa a botilia)
Shaved Ice w/evaporated milk
(Halu-Halo) (a glass-maysa a baso)
Tea (Tsa)
Beer (Serbesa)
- glass (maysa a baso)
P1.50 (Pisos ken limapulo)
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P3.00 (Tallo a pisos)
P4.50 (Uppat nga pisos ken limapulo)
P5.00 (Lima nga pisos)
P25.00 (Duapulo ket lima nga pisos)
P50.00 (Limapulo nga pisos)
P15.00 (Sangapulo ket lima a pisos)
P2.50 (Dua a pisos ket limapulo)
P2.50 (Dua a pisos ken limapulo)
P3.00 (Tallo a pisos)
P2.00 (Dua a pisos)
P4.00 Uppat a pisos)
P1.50 (Pisos ken limapulo)
P2.00 (Dua a pesos)
P3.00 (Tallo a pisos)
P1.20 (Pisos ken duapulo)
P4.30 (Uppat a pisos ken tallopulo)
- bottle (maysa a botilia)
pisos
Wine (arak)
- glass (maysa a baso)
- bottle (maysa a botilia)
Banana (Saba)
Orange (Kahel a prutas)
Water (Danum)
Rice with Spiced Soup and Cut Chicken
(Arroz kaldo)
- bowl (maysa a malukong)
- plate (maysa a pinggan)
Steamed Rice (innapoy)
- plate (maysa a pinggan)
- bowl (maysa a malukong)
P15.10 (Sangapulo ket lima a
ken sangapulo)
P4.50 (Uppat a pisos ken limapulo)
P16.00 (Sangapulo ket innem)
P1.00 (Pisos)
P1.00 (Pisos)
P1.50 (Pisos ken limapulo)
P3.00 (Tallo a pisos)
P3.50 (Tallo a pisos ken limapulo)
P1.50 (Pisos ken limapulo)
P1.00 (Pisos)
Distinctive stew of pork or chicken marinated with
soy sauce, vinegar, salt, garlic, pepper & bay leaves
(Adobo) (a plate – maysa a pinggan P5.50 (Lima a pisos ken limapulo)
2. Imagine that you have P25.00. What would you buy at the “Small World Restaurant”?
3. Read and translate the following dialogue between a waiter and a patron. Make up
similar dialogues using the words and word combinations that are in the box. Check the
answer key for an English translation of the text below.
A. Dispensarendak man, Weyter.
B. Wen, pangaasim man.
A. Kayatko ti maysa a tasa a kape
B. Pagpasensiannak, Apo. Awanan kami ti kape, ngem addaankam iti tsa.
1. maysa a tasa a kape - tsa
2. maysa a baso a gatas –tsa/kape
3. maysa a baso a tubbog ti kahel – tubbog ti mansanas
4. lames ken pasta – manok ken naprito nga patatas
4. Listen to the following dialogue that takes place at a restaurant. Follow along in
your workbook. Pay attention to the new words. Role-play the dialogue. You can
substitute some words with any food from the “Small World Restaurant” menu.
A. Hello, sir. What do you want to eat?
Kumusta, Apo. Ania ti kayatyo nga kanen?
B. What do you recommend?
Ania ti irekomendarmo?
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A. We have delicious fried chicken and adobo.
Addaankami ti naimas a naprito nga manok ken adobo.
B. Very well. Fried chicken and adobo with white steamed rice, please.
No kasta ngarud. Pangaasim, ikkannakam ti naprito a manok, adobo ken innapoy.
A. What do you want to drink, sir?
Ania ti kayatyo nga inumen, Apo?
B. A glass of orange juice and a glass of water, please.
Maysa a baso nga tubbog ti kahel ken maysa a baso a danum man.
A. Any dessert?
Ania man nga sinamit?
B. Yes, I want a glass of halu-halo.
Wen, kayatko ti maysa a baso nga halu-halo.
A. Here is your total bill, sir.
Daytoy ti dagup ti bayadyo, Apo.
B. Can I pay with a credit card?
Mabalin ti agbayad ti kard nga pagtalekan(pagutangan)?
A. Yes, you can, sir.
Wen, mabalin, Apo.
I drink
You drink
He drinks
We drink
You drink
They drink
Present tense
Umin-inomak
Umin-inomka
Umin-inom
isuna
Umininomkami
Umin-inom
kayo
Umin-inomda
We drank
Past Tense
Imminomak
Imminomka
Imminom
isuna
Imminomkam
You drank
Imminomkayo
They drank
Imminomda
I drank
You drank
He drank
5. Using the restaurant menu above, tell your classmates in Ilokano what you ate and
drank at a restaurant the last time you were there.
Model: Idi Dominggo, addaak iti maysa a restauran. Nanganak ti adobo, manok, ken
ensalada. Imminomak ti tubbog ti prutas.
6. Fill in the blanks to complete the dialogues below. Check the answer key for a
translation of the given dialogue.
1. _______________________________________?
Addaak idiay restaurant idi Dominggo.
2. _______________________________________?
Wen, ti kabsatko nga lalaki ken siak ket addakam idiay.
3. _______________________________________?
Nangan isuna ti arroz kaldo ken lames.
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4. _______________________________________?
Imminom isuna ti kape.
5. _______________________________________?
Nanganak ti manok ken ensalada a prutas..
6. _______________________________________?
Imminomak ti kape.
7. Below are some table service items. Listen and repeat after the speaker.
Plate
Pinggan
Bowl
Malukong
Cup
Tasa
Glass
Baso
Knife
Kutsilio
Fork
Tenedor
Spoon
Kutsara
Napkin
Serbilieta
8. Match the English words in the left column with the Ilokano equivalents in the right
column.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Plate
Bowl
Cup
Glass
Knife
Fork
Spoon
Napkin
A. Kutsara
B. Baso
C. Kutsilio
D. Tenedor
E. Malukong
F. Pinggan
G. Serbilieta
H. Tasa
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9. Listen to the following model. Repeat after the speaker. Compose similar
sentences using the words below.
Model:
A. Awan kutsarak. Mabalin kadi nga ikkannak ti kutsara?
B. Wen, ala. Daytoyen.
Model: A. I do not have a spoon. Can I have a spoon?
B. Yes, of course. Here you are.
1. napkin
2. cup
3. fork
4. knife
5. glass
10. Listen to the speaker and circle the words you hear. Check your answers with
the answer key.
1. I want a glass of milk / juice.
2. We drank orange juice / apple juice at a restaurant.
3. Did you eat salad / pasta?
4. They ate fried potatoes and chicken / fish
5. She bought soup and hamburger / salad and beef.
6.
Can I have a knife / fork?
7.
He does not have a glass / plate.
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End-of-Lesson Tasks
1. Tell in Ilokano what you usually eat and drink for breakfast / lunch / dinner.
Example: Dagitoy ti kankanek a para pammmigat, pangaldaw, pangrabii
2. Tell in Ilokano what you ate and drank at a restaurant the last time you were there.
3. Read and translate the following text in Ilokano. Answer the following questions. Check
your answers with the answer key.
Idi Biernes kalpasan trabaho, napankami ti kabsatko a lalaki,ken dagiti nagannak kaniami idiay
“Bassit A Lubong”a restauran. Kasango iti bangko daytoy a restauran. Maysa a weyter ti
nangikomendar ti naprito a manok. ensalada.ken pasta. Iti kabsatko a lalaki ket nangan ti karne ti
baka ken; imminom iti tsa nga adda asukarna ken limon. Nangan met nanangko ti sopas ken
hambarger. Imminom isuna iti tubbog ti mansanas. Para ti sinamitna, maysa a pedaso a
bibingka ti kinnanna.. Nangan ni tatangko ti karne ti baka, naprito a patatas ken preskp a
kamkamatis. Nangan met ti maysa a pedaso a bibingka nga adda kesona a para sinamitna ken
imminom ti kape. Nagsidaak met iti manok ken nangan ti ensalada. Nakaim-imas amin!
Agbayadak koma iti pagtalekan a kard, ngem nakauna metten ni tatangko a nagbayad iti kas a
kuarta. Naragsakkami amin iti dayta a rabii
1. Kaano a napan ti pamilya idiay restauran?
2. Sadino ti restauran? Ania ti nirekomendar ti weyter?
4. Ania ti kinnan ti kabsatko a lalaki?
5. Ania ti ininomna?
6. Nangan kadi ni nanangko ti sopas ken hamburger?
7. Imminom kadi isuna iti tubbog ti kahel wenno mansanas?
8. Nangan kadi isuna iti maysa a pedaso a bibingka nga adda kesona?
9. Ania ti kinnan ni tatangko?
10. Imminom kadi isuna ti arak?
11. Nagbayad kadi ni tatangko iti pagtalekan/pagutangan a kard?
12. Naragsakami a pamilia kadi iti dayta rabii?
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Vocabulary List
Apple juice
Bowl
Cheesecake
Coffee
Cup
Fork
Fried
Glass
Knife
Napkin
Orange juice
Piece
Plate
Please
Salad
Soup
Spoon
Tea
Beef
Hamburger
Here you are
To Drink / drank
To eat / ate
Recommend
Wonderful
Delicious
Very well
Lemon
Dessert
Bill
Wine
Beer
Tubbog ti mansanas
Malukong
Bibingka a keso
Kape(i)
Tasa
Tenedor
Naprito
Baso
Kutsilio
Serbilieta
Tubbog ti kahel
Piesa; Iwa; pedaso
Pinggan
Pangaasim man
Ensalada
Sopas; Digo
Kutsara
Tsa
Karne ti baka
Hambarger
Kumustaka
Uminom/Imminom
Mangan/Nangan
Irekomendar
Datdatlag; Nakaskasdaaw
Naimas
Nasayaat unay; Kasta ngarud
Limon
Sinam-it
Kuenta; Pakadagupan ti utang
Arak
Serbesa
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Answer Key
3.
A. Excuse me, waiter.
B. Yes, please.
A. I want a cup of coffee.
B. Sorry, sir. We do not have
coffee, but we have tea.
1. a cup of coffee – tea
2. a glass of milk – tea/coffee
3. a glass of orange juice – apple juice
4. fish and pasta – chicken and fried potatoes4.
6.
1. _______________________?
I was at a restaurant last Sunday.
2. ___________________________?
Yes, my brother and I were there.
3. ____________________________?
He ate arroz caldo and fish.
4. ____________________________?
He drank coffee.
5. ____________________________?
I ate chicken and fruit salad.
6. ____________________________?
I drank coffee.
8.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Plate
Bowl
Cup
Glass
Knife
Fork
Spoon
Napkin
F. Pinggan
E. Malukong
H. Tasa
B. Baso
C. Kutsilio
D. Tenedor
A. Kutsara
G. Serbilieta
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10.
1. I want a glass of milk / juice.
Kayatko ti maysa a baso ti gatas / tubbog
2. We drank orange juice / apple juice at a restaurant.
Imminom kami iti tubbog ti kahel / tubbog ti mansanas iti maysa a restauran
3. Did you eat salad / pasta?
Nanganka iti ensalada / pasta?
4. They ate fried potatoes and chicken / fish.
Nanganda iti naprito nga patatas ken manok / lames
5. She bought soup and hamburger / salad and beef.
Gimmatang isuna ti sopas ken hamburger / ensalada ken karne ti baka
6. Can I have a knife / fork?
Mabalin nga ikkannak ti kutsilio / tenedor?
7. He does not have a glass / plate.
Awan ti baso / pingganna
1. milk
2. apple juice
3. pasta
4. fish
5. salad and beef
6. knife
7. glass
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
gatas
tubbog ti mansanas
pasta
lames
ensalada ken karne ti baka
kutsilio
baso
End-of-Lesson Tasks
3.
Last Friday after work, my brother, our parents and I went to the restaurant “Small World.” It’s
a small restaurant across from the bank. A waiter recommended us to have fried chicken, salad,
and pasta. My brother ate beef and potatoes; he drank tea with sugar and lemon. My mother ate
soup and a hamburger. She drank apple juice. For dessert she had a piece of strawberry cake.
My father ate beef, fried potatoes, and tomatoes. He ate a piece of cheesecake for dessert and
drank coffee. I ate chicken and salad. It was delicious! I wanted to pay with a credit card, but
my father paid cash. We had a wonderful evening.
1. When did the family go to the restaurant?
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2. Where is the restaurant?
3. What did the waiter recommend?
4. What did my brother eat?
5. What did he drink?
6. Did my mother eat soup and hamburgers?
7. Did she drink orange or apple juice?
8. Did she eat a piece of cheesecake for dessert?
9. What did my father eat?
10. Did he drink wine?
11. Did my father pay with a credit card?
12. Was it a wonderful evening?
1.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Biernes (Friday)
Kasango iti bangko. (Across the bank)
Naprito nga manok, ensalada, ken pasta. (Fried chicken, salad, and pasta)
Karne ti baka ken patpatatas (Beef and potatoes)
Tsa nga adda asukarna ken limon (tea with sugar and lemon)
Wen (Yes)
Tubbog ti mansanas (Apple juice)
Saan. Nangan isuna ti bibingka a presa (No, she had strawberry cake)
Karne ti baka, naprito nga patpatatas, ken kamkamatis (Beef, fried potatoes, and
tomatoes)
10 Saan. Imminom isuna ti kape. (No, he drank coffee.)
11 Saan. Nagbayad isuna iti kas a kuarta (No, he paid cash.)
12 Wen, maysa a datdatlag nga rabii. (Yes, it was a wonderful evening.)
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