Real English Conversation - 93 : Reservation
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Jube: Have you made a reservation for our anniversary dinner yet?
Ian: Not yet, but I was thinking of trying that new Italian place downtown.
Jube: Do you think we should make a reservation for a specific time or just ask for a table when we arrive?
Ian: It's always better to make a reservation to ensure we get a table at our preferred time.
Jube: How many people are coming to dinner with us?
Ian: Just the two of us, it's our anniversary after all!
Jube: What time should we make the reservation for?
Ian: How about 7
Jube: Do you have a particular table or section in mind?
Ian: Not really, but I'll mention that it's our anniversary and see if they can give us a romantic table.
Jube: What if we need to cancel our reservation?
Ian: We should call the restaurant as soon as possible to let them know.
Jube: What happens if we arrive late for our reservation?
Ian: They might give our table away, so we should try to arrive on time or call ahead if we're running late.
Jube: Can we change the date or time of our reservation?
Ian: It depends on availability, but we can call the restaurant and ask to make changes.
Jube: Should we let the restaurant know about any dietary restrictions or allergies?
Ian: Definitely, we don't want any surprises when we order our food.
Jube: Is there a dress code at the restaurant?
Ian: We should check their website or call ahead to find out. Some places require formal attire while others are more casual.
Why do they need to make a reservation?
What time did they decide to make the reservation for?
What happens if they arrive late for their reservation?
Should they let the restaurant know about any dietary restrictions or allergies?
Is there a dress code at the restaurant?