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Hello! It's good to see you again! We have a very nice table all ready for you by the window. If you'll follow us, please. Here are your menus, and your waitress will be right with you.

Today's Lesson
ORDER / TAKE YOUR ORDER   注文(する)/注文を取る


  • To order something at a restaurant, coffee shop, etc. is to request something to eat or drink.

    The particular food and/or beverages that you request are your order.

    If a waiter or other person takes your order, they listen to and record your order (by writing it down, inputting it into a machine, etc.).
  • 動詞の order には、レストランや喫茶店などで食べ物や飲み物を頼む、という意味があります。

    名詞の order は、その頼んだ食べ物や飲み物のことを指します。

    ウェイターなどがあなたの注文を聞いて、それを紙に書いたり機械に入力したりして記録することを、take your order と言います。


  1. I think I'm going to order the lunch special.
  2. (a waiter to a customer)
    Are you ready to order?
  3. (a waitress to a customer)
    Your order will be ready in just a few minutes.
  4. (a counterperson handing a bag of food to a customer)
    Here's your order, sir. Three cheeseburgers and a large order of French fries.
  5. We've been here fifteen minutes and the waitress still hasn't taken our order.
  6. I'm sorry to keep you waiting so long. Can I take your order now?

英会話レッスンWe'll be back tomorrow with the third course!