| When you come to Auckland as a foreigner, you'll easily find a traditional pub (酒吧) either in small |
towns or in big cities. In these pubs many different kinds of drinks such as wine, beer, coke, coffee, and
juice are served. You can find out the local culture. However, if you don′ t know the pub culture, you may
feel embarrassed or even get into trouble.
Most pubs in Auckland have no waiters, so you have to go to the bar to get your own drinks. Those
who don't know this may wait a very long time before they realize they would have to fetch their own
drinks. While you are standing in front of the bar waiting for service, you are able to chat with others who
are also waiting for service. The bar counter (柜台) is possibly the only place you can find in Auckland to
talk friendly with strangers. But while you are chatting with others or talking about what you want to order,
you mustn't block all the entrance to the bar.
Remember, you'll never go into the pubs unless you are over 18.
|1. A traditional pub in Auckland is very ______. |
|A. friendly |
D. Both A and B
|2. When you are in pub, ______. |
|A. you will have a better service with a lot of waiters around |
B. you will have to order and fetch your own drinks all by yourself
C. it is easy for you to make friends with others by chatting or talking
D. You'll have to take time to wait for your drink
|3. Which sentence is true? |
|A. It is very hard for you to find a traditional pub to relax yourself in Auckland |
B. You aren't allowed to get into the pubs until you are over18
C.You are able to order any of the drinks or foods in the pubs
D. You can chat or talk with friends in any places in the pub
|4. Which topic is the best for this passage? |
|A. Service in Auckland's Pubs. |
B. Pub Culture in Auckland
C. Making Friends in Pubs.
D. How to Order Drinks in Pubs.
|5. Most pubs in Auckland have______. |
|A. many waiters |
B. a waiter
C. no more than 10 waiters
D. no waiters