How to ask for Things on an Airplane | Global English Course: Level 1 – Lesson 7

How to ask for Things on an Airplane

Key phrases for practice:

I’d like red wine, please.
I’d like chicken, please.

Could I have a pillow?
Could I have some coffee?

Would it be possible to have another blanket?
Would it be possible to have a newspaper?

Would you like something to drink?
Would you like chicken or beef?

Sure. Just a moment, please.

Here you are.

Click here for the Dialogue SCRIPT:

[SCRIPT]

Passenger: Excuse me.

Flight Attendant: Yes sir.

Passenger: Would it be possible to have a newspaper?

Flight Attendant: Oh, sure. Just a moment. Here you are.

Passenger: Thank you very much!

(Later)
Flight Attendant: Excuse me, sir.

Passenger: Yes?

Flight Attendant: Would you like chicken or beef?

Passenger: I’d like beef, please.

Flight Attendant: Ok. Just a moment. Here you are.

Passenger: Thank you.

Flight Attendant: Sure! Anything else?

Passenger: Could I have a beer, please?

Flight Attendant: Oh, yeah, absolutely! Would you like Heineken or Miller Genuine Draft?

Passenger: I’d like Heineken, please.

Flight Attendant: Heineken! Just a moment. Here you go.

Passenger: Thank you.

Flight Attendant: And that’ll be five dollars, please.

Passenger: Five dollars? Oh really! Ok. Hold on a second. Here you are.

Flight Attendant: Thank you.

Passenger: Ok.

Flight Attendant: Have a nice meal.

Passenger: Thank you!

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