P: Hi, welcome to Forty-one Flavors Ice Cream. What can get you?
C1: I'd like a double scoop of strawberry ice cream.
P: Anything for you, ma'am?
C2: I'd like a banana fudge sundae to go.
P: Can I get you anything else?
C1: Yes. We'd like one half-gallon carton of vanilla and one of chocolate chip to go.
P: Here's your cone and sundae, and here are your two cartons. That'll be $17.50.
C1: Here you are.
P: Thank you for visiting Forty-one Flavors.
C: Excuse me, I'd like to have these pants I boughthere yesterday altered. Here's my receipt.
S: Certainly, sir. What would you like done to them?
C: They're a little bit too long, so I'd like about halfan inch taken off them.
S: All right, sir. They should be ready for you by tomorrow afternoon.
C: Thank you very much.
S: It's our pleasure.
In America, pubs are usually called "bars. "
B: How are you tonight, sir?
P: Oh, not too bad. I'm just glad the weekend'sfinally here.
B: I know what you mean. What can I get for you?
P: Give me a screwdriver on the rocks.
B: One screwdriver, coming right up. ( He mixes the drink. ) Here you are, sir.