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Study the following definitions and examples.


  1.    basic adj., serving as a starting point or basis; simple

         a. The new restaurant offers a very basic menu.

         b. The restaurant manager ordered enough basic supplies to get through the first month.


  2.   complete v., to finish or make whole

         a. We ordered some dessert to complete our meal.

         b. Some restaurants want to hear their customers' opinions and ask them to complete a short evaluation form.


  3. excite v., to arouse an emotion

         a. Exotic flavors always excite me.

         b. The new Asian restaurant has excited the interest of many people.


  4.  flavor n., a distinctive taste

         a. Fusion cooking is distinguished by an interesting mix of flavors.

         b. The cook changed the flavor of the soup with a unique blend of herbs. 


  5.   forget v., to be unable to remember

         a. The waiter forgot to bring the rolls, annoying the customer.

         b. Don't forget to tell your friends what a great meal you had tonight.


  6.   ingredient n., an element in a mixture

         a. The chef went to the farmer's market to select the freshest ingredients for tonight's menu.

         b. I was unfamiliar with some of the ingredients in the dish.


  7.  judge v., to form an opinion

         a. Hector was not familiar with Asian cooking, so he was unable to judge if the noodles were cooked correctly.

         b. The restaurant review harshly judged the quality of the service.


  8.   mix-up n., a confusion

         a. There was a mix-up in the kitchen so your order will be delayed.

         b. There was a mix-up about the ingredients and the dish was ruined.


  9.   patron n., a customer, especially a regular customer

         a. Once the word was out about the new chef, patrons lined up to get into the restaurant.

         b. This restaurant has many loyal patrons.


10.   predict v., to state, tell about, or make known in advance

         a. I predicted this restaurant would become popular and I was right.

         b. Kona was unable to predict what time Andy, who is always late, would show up at the restaurant.


11.   randomly adv., without any specific pattern

         a. We randomly made our selections from the menu.

         b. That chef chooses his spices randomly, but his dishes always taste great.


12.   remind v., to cause to remember

         a. Ms. Smith was annoyed at having to remind the waitress to bring the check.

         b. I reminded the client that we are meeting for dinner tomorrow.


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