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ENGLISH FOR THE CATERING INDUSTRY
topic: General vocabulary 1



Fill in each blank with the correct word. If both words can be used, choose the one that sounds more natural in each situation:


1. We're looking for someone to cater our wedding (reception/fest). ( = the party after a wedding)

2. To put together a temporary kitchen = To (assemble/assume) a temporary kitchen

3. Do you have a general (budget/cost) in mind? ( = how much money are you willing to spend?)

4. Our company has been catering large- (scale/scaled) events for over 15 years.

5. Many catering companies cook on (site/sight) ( = at the location where the food is served/on-premise).

6. We've unloaded all the (supplies/supplements) ( = items needed to cook) from the truck, so we can begin to set everything up. ( = organize everything to start cooking)

7. Will this be an indoor event or an (outdoor/outer) one?

8. I'm assuming you would like the food served (buffet/buffed) style?

9. No, we would like it to be a (seat/seated) dinner.

10. All of our servers have a good (command/comment) of the English language. ( = speak/understand English well)







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