Conversations for Practicing English | Pizza Truck | 104
In this episode of Dialogue Frog’s conversations for practicing English, Luke recently went to a food truck that sells pizza. He describes the pizza truck to Emma, who hasn’t been there yet.
Luke uses many common phrases and expressions to describe things in English conversations. Emma uses conversational English phrases and questions to check her understanding or get more information.
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Conversations for Practicing English | Transcript
You are listening to Dialogue Frog's conversations for practicing English. You went to the pizza food truck, and you went without me.
I did bring you pizza though.
You did. That's true.
You can't- you can't accuse me of that.
But I kinda wanted to see it too. So, can you tell me what was the pizza truck like?
Um, they had, it was kind of cool. They had a little miniature brick oven built in, so they would, uh, cook their crusts and then, um, assemble it or maybe I got that backwards. They probably assembled it and then cooked, cooked it. But either way there was cooking and there was assembling.
So, let me, lemme try and understand this. So, the vehicle, the, the auto automotive, the automobile is separate from the fireplace where they cooked the pizza.
No, it's built in to the, to the truck part.
Oh, it is?
So, like the front part is the engine and the back part is where they cook pizzas.
Weird. That's kinda cool.
And so the, the oven is on the inside?
Yeah. It's like a little, they have like a little trap door and then it unfolds.
So, they go into the back of the truck to cook the pizza.
Cool. And that's also where they like roll out the dough and put on the toppings?
I think so. Yeah. I think it's on the inside there too.
Now, can they bring the pizza to your house since it's so mobile? Can they just like drive up to your house and cook pizza at your house?
That'd be nice.
I think they can actually. 'Cause when I looked on their website, it said private event.
Ooh! So that must be it, right?
Oh, that'd be nice. Dangerous, but nice,
Dangerous, but nice.
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Conversations for Practicing English | Vocabulary List
can you tell me...
It was kind of cool...
let me try and understand this
I think so.
That'd be nice.
that must be it