In this scenario, people order various dishes in a restaurant, but the waiter continues to bring the wrong thing!
In completing this worksheet, students will practice two common E to I stem-changing "boot" verbs: pedir and servir. Students will also use indirect object pronouns to indicate to whom each item is served. Common food vocabulary is also used in this activity.
Example: Mi madre pide la ensalada, pero el mesero le sirve la sopa.
After writing a series of guided sentences, students will also have the opportunity to invent two of their own silly scenarios.
This listing includes the student worksheet and answer key with answers in bold, red text. If you prefer to adjust the worksheet to fit your class's vocabulary, this Word document can be edited.
Please see my the listing here (https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Un-Mesero-Equivocado-ServirPedir-Practice-with-Indirect-Object-Pronouns-1777170) for a PowerPoint presentation to review the answers with visual support. In the PowerPoint, the forms of pedir and the indirect object pronoun are in red, to direct attention to them.
This worksheet is designed for Spanish 1 or 2, but may be used as a review or warm-up activity for higher levels, as well.