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1

decaffeinated; without caffeine (the substance that makes people feel
alert and awake)

Jermaine: I’d like a .... drip, to go.
Drew: Would you like our light or dark roast?

* Xander can only drink decaf in the evening, or else he has trouble falling
asleep.

2

to be packaged so that one can eat or drink something outside of the
store or restaurant where it is sold

Jermaine: I’d like a decaf drip, ......
Drew: Would you like our light or dark roast?

* Are you going to sit at a table, or do you want this to go?

3

a measure of how long the coffee beans have been cooked over a hot
fire, especially how dark in color they appear

Jermaine: I’d like a decaf drip, to go.
Drew: Would you like our light or dark .....?

* This is a medium-roast coffee with flavors of chocolate and cinnamon.

4

coffee that is brewed (made) by passing hot water over ground coffee
beans; the way coffee is typically made in someone’s home

Jermaine: I’d like a decaf ...., to go.
Drew: Would you like our light or dark roast?

* This drip coffee is really bitter. I think you used too much coffee and not
enough water.

5

very strong, dark coffee made by pushing steam (hot water vapor)
through coffee beans very quickly

Drew: Would you like our light or ..... roast?
Jermaine: I’ll just have whatever’s freshly brewed.
Drew: Are you sure you don’t want to try an ....., an Americano, or a latte?
Jermaine: No, just a decaf coffee.

* Many people like to drink espresso after their meal.

6

a drink made by adding hot water to a small amount of espresso

Drew: Would you like our light or dark roast?
Jermaine: I’ll just have whatever’s freshly brewed.
Drew: Are you sure you don’t want to try an espresso, an ......., or a latte?
Jermaine: No, just a decaf coffee.

* The coffee shop didn’t have any brewed coffee, so they made me an
Americano for the same price.

7

a drink made by putting espresso in a cup and then adding steamed milk
that has a lot of air in it

Drew: Would you like our light or dark roast?
Jermaine: I’ll just have whatever’s freshly brewed.
Drew: Are you sure you don’t want to try an espresso, an Americano, or a ....?
Jermaine: No, just a decaf coffee.

Jillian’s favorite drink is a vanilla latte.

8

space; an area that is set aside for some particular purpose

Drew: Are you sure you don’t want to try an espresso, an Americano, or a latte?
Jermaine: No, just a decaf coffee.
Drew: Sure, no problem. Would you like it hot or cold?
Jermaine: Hot, please.
Drew: Would you like any .... for cream?

* Do you have room in your garage to store these boxes for a few months?

9

a high-fat dairy product; the fatty substance that rises to the top of a
container of cow’s milk

Drew: Are you sure you don’t want to try an espresso, an Americano, or a latte?
Jermaine: No, just a decaf coffee.
Drew: Sure, no problem. Would you like it hot or cold?
Jermaine: Hot, please.
Drew: Would you like any room for .....?

* Yevgeny’s doctor told him to try to lower his cholesterol by using nonfat milk
instead of cream in his morning coffee.

10

a substance that makes something taste sweeter, such as sugar,
honey, and saccharin

Drew: Sure, no problem. Would you like it hot or cold?
Jermaine: Hot, please.
Drew: Would you like any room for cream?
Jermaine: No, thanks.
Drew: Would you like some .....? A couple of pumps of syrup maybe?
Jermaine: No, I’ll add a couple of packets of sugar myself.

* People with diabetes need to use artificial sweeteners instead of real sugar.

11

the amount of liquid dispensed (released from a bottle) by pushing the
top of the bottle down one time

Drew: Sure, no problem. Would you like it hot or cold?
Jermaine: Hot, please.
Drew: Would you like any room for cream?
Jermaine: No, thanks.
Drew: Would you like some sweetener? A couple of ....of syrup maybe?
Jermaine: No, I’ll add a couple of packets of sugar myself.
* Becca uses one pump of lotion for her face and neck, and another pump for her
elbows.

12

a thick, sweet liquid used to sweeten other foods



Drew: Sure, no problem. Would you like it hot or cold?
Jermaine: Hot, please.
Drew: Would you like any room for cream?
Jermaine: No, thanks.
Drew: Would you like some sweetener? A couple of pumps of .....maybe?
Jermaine: No, I’ll add a couple of packets of sugar myself.* Do you want some maple syrup on your pancakes?

13

a small container made from paper or cardboard, usually containing a
single portion (something meant to be used or eaten by one person at one time)

Drew: Sure, no problem. Would you like it hot or cold?
Jermaine: Hot, please.
Drew: Would you like any room for cream?
Jermaine: No, thanks.
Drew: Would you like some sweetener? A couple of pumps of syrup maybe?
Jermaine: No, I’ll add a couple of ...... of sugar myself.

* Just pour the contents of the packet into a 20-ounce bottle of water to make
lemonade.

14

many very small bubbles in a liquid; froth

Drew: Oh, I’m sorry. I added some .....from another drink to your coffee by
accident. I’ll have to start over. Did you say you wanted the light or dark roast?
Jermaine: Forget it. Let’s keep it simple. Give me a cup of tea.

* Why do these ocean waves have so much foam on them?

15

to begin again, usually because one’s first attempt failed

Drew: Oh, I’m sorry. I added some foam from another drink to your coffee by
accident. I’ll have to ..... Did you say you wanted the light or dark roast?
Jermaine: Forget it. Let’s keep it simple. Give me a cup of tea.

* About one minute into her speech for her Italian class, Candy forgot what she
had planned to say. She asked, “Can I start over?”

16

small pieces of dried tea leaves that are put in hot water to make a
cup of tea

Drew: Oh, I’m sorry. I added some foam from another drink to your coffee by
accident. I’ll have to start over. Did you say you wanted the light or dark roast?
Jermaine: Forget it. Let’s keep it simple. Give me a cup of tea.
Drew: Would you like that hot or cold, sweetened or unsweetened, ....... or
in a tea bag?
* Randy used too much loose leaf tea, so the drink was really strong.

17

small pieces of dried tea leaves that are held in a small paper bag that
is put in hot water to make a cup of tea

Drew: Oh, I’m sorry. I added some foam from another drink to your coffee by
accident. I’ll have to start over. Did you say you wanted the light or dark roast?
Jermaine: Forget it. Let’s keep it simple. Give me a cup of tea.
Drew: Would you like that hot or cold, sweetened or unsweetened, loose leaf or
in a .......?

Mariah’s tea had a lot of small pieces floating in it, because the tea bag broke
open.

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