字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Today I'll show you how to order at Subway in English. A couple of steps, but it's pretty simple. Let's get started. Step 1: Choose a sub (or submarine sandwich), salad or wrap. Today I'm really hungry, so I'll order a sub. What can I get for you today, sir? I'd like a sub, please. Step 2: Choose your bread There are several types of bread that you can choose. For instance, White Italian. Parmesan Oregano. 9-grain wheat. 9-grain honey oat. Hearty Italian. Flatbread. Monterey Cheddar. Italian herbs & cheese. Here are some of the phrases that you can use to express that you want something. I'd like… I'll take… I'll go with… I'll get… I would love to get… I'll do with … What kind of bread would you like today? I'd like the honey oat. I'd like to get the parmesan oregano. Step 3: What size sub would you like? Normally, there are two sizes. 6 inch or footlong (which is 12 inch). Step 4: Would you like your bread toasted? Would you like your sandwich toasted? You can simply answer... Yes, please. No, thanks. Step 5: What kind of meat? Here's the list. Chicken patty. Chicken breast. Steak. Ham. Bacon. Chicken strips. Roast beef. Meatball marinara. Tuna. Pepperoni. Turkey. Salami. Corned beef. Seafood. Barbecue rib. Italian B.M.T. That sounds a lot. But it's actually not that hard. Let's combine all the previous steps. You've chosen your bread and the size. You've chosen the meat. Let's use the following sentence structures. I'd like [size] [meat] on [bread]. or I'd like [size] [meat]. I'll do with the [bread]. Remember, you can mix and match different phrases. For example, I'd like. I'll go with. I'd love to get. So, examples. I'd like a foot-long roast beef on flatbread. I'll get a 6-inch meatball marinara on parmesan oregano. Can I get a 6-inch Italian B.M.T.? I'd love to get the white Italian. Step 6: Would you like cheese? Any extras? Here you can get something extra. You can add extra cheese or double the meat. Of course, if you're fine and don't wanna pay extra money. You can say... No, thanks. or I'm good. If you're a cheese fan, here's the list: American. Mozzarella. Provolone. Parmesan. Pepper jack. Natural Cheddar. Monterey Cheddar. Swiss cheese. What type of cheese would you like? A lot of provolone, please. Step 7: What veggies (or salad) would you like? Veggies mean vegetables. Here's the list: Cucumbers. Pickles. Green peppers. Sweet peppers. Banana peppers. Onions. Tomatoes. Olives. Lettuce. Spinach. Jalapeños. Cilantro. Avocado. Carrots. What veggies would you like? I'd like some tomatoes, some cucumbers and olives. If you don't want some veggies, you can say... I'd love to get everything but… Hold the ... What kind of veggies can I get on here for you today? I'd love to get everything but pickles. Hold the onions. Step 8: What sauce (or dressing) would you like? Here's the list: Mustard. Honey mustard. Vinegar. Red wine vinaigrette. Ranch dressing. Thousand island dressing. Caesar dressing. Olive oil. Chipotle southwest. Sweet onion. Mayonnaise (Mayo). Italian dressing. Creamy sriracha. BBQ sauce. What sauce would you like? I'll go with the honey mustard. A little bit of olive oil, please. Step 9: Do you want to make it a meal? You can add a drink and chips or cookies to make it a meal. If you want a meal, you can say… Sure. I'll have a coke and chips. if you don't want a meal, you can answer… No, thanks. Just the sub. Okay, now you know the steps to order a sub at subway. Let's try a full conversation. What can I get for you today, sir? I'd like a foot-long roast beef on honey oat, please. Would you like your sandwich toasted? Yes, please. Would you like cheese? No, thanks. What kind of veggies would you like today, sir? Can I get some green peppers... some lettuce... and cucumbers? What sauce would you like? I'll go with the honey mustard. And a little bit of vinegar. Do you want to make it a meal? Yes. I'll have the coffee and a bag of chips. Thanks. For here or to go? For here, please. That's great. That comes to $5.21. Here you go. Alright. Have a great day. Thanks.