A.: Peter and I are both free for lunch today. Would you like to have lunch in a pub, Corinne?
C.: Mm, that sounds like a good idea.
A.: Well, I think the easiest thing is to all meet in the pub. The Red Lion in the High Street.
P.: Corinne, I'm over here. Ann isn't here yet. But we can order. She always has a ploughman's lunch.
C.: What is a ploughman's lunch, Peter? I can never remember.
P.: Well, basically it's bread and cheese. Then you get some salad and pickles and things with it. It's quite good here. Are you going to have that?
C.: No, I don't think I want that. What are you going to have?
P.: I fancy the home-made soup followed by steak and kidney pie with chips.
C.: Mm. I think I'm going to have that too.
P.: What do you want to drink, Corinne? How about a lager?
C.: Yes please, half a pint for me. Mm, I'm hungry. I'm looking forward to this.