At a Hotel - Ordering Room Service

source: Twominute English   2013年10月27日
# ordering food
--Hello. I'm calling from Room 324. I'd like to order some diner for my room.
--Sure. What would you like to have?
--Please send one vegetarian platter, two servings of crispy garlic noodles and one serving of mushroom gravy.
--Alright. Is there anything you'd like to drink?
--Do you serve wine in the room?
--I'm afraid not. Alcoholic drinks are served only at the hotel bar.
--Not a problem. Just send the food, please. How long would that be?
--Max 30 minutes.
--That'll be fine. Thank you.
# asking for laundry service
--Hi, can you send someone to pick up the laundry from my room? It's number 346.
--Sure. Is there anyone in the room?
--Yes. My wife's there. Could you send someone right now? We are leaving in 15 minutes.
--Alright. I'll ask the housekeeping staff to pick it up immediately.
--Thank you so much.
# ordering from housekeeping
--I'd like to get two fresh towels, please.
--Sure. Do you need anything else, Sir?
--No, that's all for now.
--I'm sending someone right away.
--Thank you.
# ordering breakfast
--Room Service. How may I help you?
--Good morning. This is Room 234. Can I have some breakfast?
--Of course. Do you want the English breakfast with coffee?
--Nah, I just want some fruits and a glass of carrot juice.
--How long will it take?
--Be there in 10 minutes.
--Great. Thank you.