Hi Beneath the Wheel,
I gather that that the basic morning and evening chants are fairly standard. You can find them, and most other common chants here: http://www.accesstoinsight.org/lib/auth ... nting.html
At my local Wat they do the basic morning and evening chant in morning and evening (:tongue:).
In the morning it's usually followed by:
Buddha-jaya-maṅgala Gāthā (The Verses of the Buddha's Auspicious Victories)
Jaya Paritta (The Victory Protection)
some other things I have not identified.
A variation of The Sublime Attitudes
In the evening they do various things, and often a discourse (usually one of the first three discourses).
If you take along a printed book in Pali/English, such as the one I've linked to above, and are a little familiar with what I've mentioned above and the other chants in the "Reflections" section you'll probably recognize quite a bit.
It's a nice feature that it doesn't matter so much what your usual language is if everyone is chanting in Pali. You can do the Pali chant and read the translation in your own language...