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May 9, 2012

Cafe of Inha’s back gate

Filed under: student presentations — richardlstansfield @ 12:16 am

We can relax by drinking hot coffee and eating nice cookies or studying in a quiet environment
We also can have a nice little chat with friend
We can find in Inha’s back gate such good cafes exemple of They include Starbucks, Ediya, Tom and toms, Grazie and etc but Grazie is on Inha university campus
Cafes have many menu items like waffle, smoothies, lattes, frappochino and amereicano, etc. from among these, my favorite menu item is fresh fruit juice but this is sold in small shops

Back gate’s cafe

-Starbucks : Recommended Menu : Castella con panna(castella+whipping cream+drizzle) [1]
New Menu : Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappochino

-Cafebene : Recommended Menu : Gelato
New Menu : Oriental Raisin Latte [2]

-Tom and toms : Recommended Menu : Yogurt smoothies
New Menu : Ade (Orange, Passion fruit, Kiwi, Green apple) [3]

-Ediya : Recommended Menu : Blueberry Yogurt Flatccino
New Menu : Orange Cafe Latte [4]

-Buzz : Recommended Menu : Ice White Mocha, Ice Latte

-ETC shop : Recommended Menu : waffle, hotdog, fresh fruit juice

1. What’s your favorite menu item?, why do you like this menu?

2. Is here a cafe that you offen go to?

3. What menu items would you like to add?

1. Oriental Raisin : Not result : 헛개나무 [5]

2. Castella : sponge cake [6]

3. Drizzle : rain in very small light drops

4. Passion fruit : a small fruit with thick purple or yellow skin and many seeds

5. Recommended : to suggest that someone or something would be good or suitable for a particular job or purpose, or to suggest that a particular action should be done

References – [1] – [2] – [3] -[4] [6]

* Class # 59,
Group # 7


Teacher’s Note:

This vocabulary will be on Written Test #2:

1. oriental raisin: (noun) the fruit of the Hovenia dulcis tree, which is native to Northeast Asia

2. drizzle: (noun) to make wet with small drops; sprinkle

3. castella: (noun) sponge cake

This discussion question will be on the Final Speaking Test:

What’s your favorite coffee shop menu item? Why do you like it?


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