Coffee shops are popular， reasonably priced restaurants for breakfast， lunch， dinner or just a snack.
1.A： You're having coffee， aren't you？
B： Yes， I always have coffee in the morning.
A： What are you going to have to eat？
B： I'm going to order scrambled eggs and toast. What about you？
A： That sounds good to me. I'll have the same.
2.A： You'd like coffee， wouldn't you？
B： I think I'd rather have tea this morning.
A： What else are you going to have？
B： Just an English muffin. What are you going to have？
A： That sounds good. I'm going to order the same thing.
3.A： You're going to have coffee， aren't you？
B： Yes. I could use a cup of coffee.
A： Are you going to have anything to eat？
B： French toast sounds good. What are you going to order？
A： I'll have that too.
4.A： A cup of coffee sounds good， doesn't it？
B： Yes， but I think I'll have orange juice first.
A： Do you feel like having anything to eat？
B： Well， I think I'll try the pancakes. How about you？
A： Sounds great. That's just what I feel like having.