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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122590: Some time in a pub
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    1. The term is generally taken to mean flavourful beer from small breweries.

    2. A traditional is a mixture of beer, usually lager, and lemon-lime soda.

    3. An is a food that stimulates the appetite,usually served before a meal.

    4. A is a person who formulates and serves alcoholic or soft drinks beverages behind the bar counter.

    5. is an informal noun for meals that are served in a pub.

    6. Buying your involves paying and ordering the drinks for your friends or colleagues.

    7. Many pubs menus offer one choice which varies from day to day, called .

    8. If you are still in a pub as it nears closing time, you might hear staff shout ": !

    9. A is the act of drinking in multiple pubs in a single night.

    10. If you ask the bartender to open a , some pubs will ask you to pay cash at the end.

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