ELSPOD 63: EATING AT A FAST FOOD RESTAURANT.


*Vocabulary:
- grab some lunch (exp): have lunch.
e.g.: 
- hop (v): jump, or jump in a vehicle in a hurried way.
e.g.: A joyrider hopped in his car and drove away then.
- swing by (v) : go to somewhere.
e.g.: On the way to the office, you swing by the Urban Station to get me one cup of coffee.
- a drive-through restaurant (n): a kind of takeaway service which the customers do not need to leave their car, normally do not stop their car.
-a drive-in restaurant (n): a kind of takeaway service which the customers do not need to leave their car, normally they can stop and have food in their parked car.
- inch towards/ up (exp): move or go up slowly due to the heavy traffic ahead.
e.g.: - we all got tired when we inched towards the PO.
        - The jewelry price inched up this morning.

* Construction in saying Prices:


That'll be [money] to do something: You need to pay that much to do something.
e.g.: After I'd driven my car to the shop, a mechanic examined my car and told me that'd be $250 to fix my car.


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