Coffee Houses

Vocabulary in Conversation

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   a fad      appeal to      are popping up      blends      chat      decaf      overpriced      sip      to hang out      trendy   
Christine: Did you notice they just built another coffee house across the street from the movie theater?

Sarah: Yeah, isn't that great! It looks really cool, and they have live music every Saturday night. It'll be the perfect place after seeing a movie.

Christine: Are you serious? I think it's ridiculous! They open a new coffee house every five minutes. They all over the city. There're three coffee houses on Main Street alone.

Sarah: I think that's wonderful - the more coffee houses, the better. I'm sick of bars and night clubs! I want a relaxing place to sit with my friends and . It's nice to sit back, listen to the music and slowly a really good cup of coffee.

Christine: Coffee houses are . They people who have nothing better to do than sit around and drink coffee. Did you know they charge four dollars for a cup of coffee at that new place across from the theater? That's crazy! They have menus with fifty different "special" from all over the world: Java, Ethiopia, Kenya, Brazil... It all tastes exactly the same to me.

Sarah: Coffee houses are not just for people!

Christine: Yes, they are! Did you just hear what that guy over there ordered? He ordered a double, cappuccino. That's so stupid. If you drink coffee, you should drink it with caffeine.

Sarah: Wow, you are really judgmental today. Are you finished with your coffee? Can we go?

Christine: No, I paid over three dollars for this cup of coffee. I'm going to drink the whole thing.
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