Student or Learner
—Why, this is nothing but common vegetable soup!
—_____, madam. It’s our soup of the day.
A. Let me see B. So it is
Could I choose answer A in this context?
What does "Our soup of the day " mean? Does it mean "the soup offered today"?
In some smaller restaurants and cafés, you will find that there is only one soup on offer each day. The flavour of soup will change from day to day. Each day, it's called "Soup of the Day" - the variety will either be listed on the menu/blackboard or you will need to ask the waiter/waitress "What's the 'Soup of the Day' today?"
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Thanks for all of your replies.
So answer B means "Yes, it is common vegetable soup. And it is our soup on offer for today."
Is it so?
It is so.
You could argue that there might be more than one vegetable soup available and on seeing it, the waiter realised it was the special. I only said it was possible; I didn't say it was very convincing.