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Answer the questions with words from the box in exercise 1.

Look at the list of food and complete the task.

Make up the proverb and translate it.

1) The proof of the pudding a) with eating.
2) You can't eat a cake b) by bread alone.
3) The appetite comes c) spoil the broth.
4) Man does not live d) and have it.
5) Too many cooks e) without breaking eggs.
6) First catch your hare f) is in the eating.
7) You cannot make an omelette g) then cook him.
8) . Hunger is h) the best sauce.

Part 2

Fruit and Vegetables Meat and Fish Other
lemons, oranges, cherries, grapes, peaches, tomatoes, spinach, carrots, aubergine, peas, mushrooms, red peppers, cucumber, onions,garlic,beans, chicken, sausages, trout, prawns, sardines, salmon, a steak, tuna, ham. tea, soup, sparkling water, still water, coffee, milkshake, brown bread, soft drinks, strong drinks, herbs, spices, cream

1) Circle the items of food you have eaten in the last three days.

2) Underline the items you really like.

3) Cross out the items you don’t like very much.

1) Which are the fruits that grow on trees?

2) Which is used to make wine?

3) Which is a river fish?

4) Which lives in the sea, but is not a fish?

5) Which is a vegetable that can be red or green?

6) Which looks like a small onion?

7) Which is an orange vegetable that grows underground?

8) Which is purple on the outside and white inside?

9) Which can be black and green?

10) Which is a bird?

1. a bottle of biscuits orange juice
2. a tin of tuna Coke
3. a can of milk shampoo
4. a carton of tissues matches
5. a box of beer chocolates

6. a packet of beans crisps


4. For each sentence, circle the ending which isn’t possible, as in the example.

1. The dish is made with ……. onions / chicken / / rice.

2. The tomato is filled with ………. cream / coconuts / sauce / spices.

3. Pizza is topped with ………….. cheese / tomato / cream / chocolate sauce.

4. It’s cooked ………… in wine / under the grill / in the oven / in lettuce.

5. It’s served …………. in the oven / with salad / raw / with bread.


5. Choose words for each question, as in the example. One word is left. What is it?

knife beans menu chef waiter
sorbet glass onions fork pear
cheese juice wine cup cream
chicken orange beef fruit salad  

1. types of vegetable - beans, ………

2. types of meat - ……….………

3. types of drink - ………..………….

4. dairy products (made from milk) - …………..

5. you use these for drinking - …………….

6. they work in a restaurant - ……………

7. types of dessert - …………….

8. types of fruit - ……………

6. Work in groups. Read the text quickly and find the foods in exercise 1. How many other foods can you find?

Global pizza by Connie Odone. It’s kind of silly to talk about the moment when pizza was “invented”. It gradually evolved over the years, but one thing’s for certain – it’s been round for a very long time. The idea of using pieces of flat, round bread as plates came from the Greeks. They called them “plakuntos” and ate them with various simple toppings such as oil, garlic, onions and herbs. The Romans enjoyed eating something similar and called it “picea”. By about 1000 A.D. in the city of Naples, “picea” had become “pizza” and people were experimenting with more toppings: cheese, ham and finally the tomato, brought to Italy from Mexico and Peru in the sixteenth century. Naples became the pizza capital of the world. In 1889, King Umberto I and Queen Margherita heard about pizza and asked to try it. They invited pizza maker, Raffaele Esposito, to make it for them. He decided to make the pizza like the Italian flag, so he used red tomatoes, white mozzarella cheese, and green basil leaves. The Queen loved it and the new pizza was named “Pizza Margherita” in her honour.

Pizza migrated to America with the Italians at the end of the nineteenth century. The first pizzeria in the United States was opened in 1905 at Spring Street, New York City, by Gennaro Lombardi. But the popularity of pizza really exploded when American soldiers returned from Italy after World War II and raved about “that great Italian dish”. Americans are now the greatest producers of pizza in the world.

Interesting facts:

1. Americans eat 350 slices of pizza per second.

2. There are about 61,269 pizzerias in the United States.

3. October is national pizza month in the United States.

4. The world’s first pizzeria, the Antica Pizzeria Port’Alba, which opened in Naples in 1830, is still there.

5. In America, pepperoni is the favourite topping.

6. In Brazil, they like green peas on their pizza.

7. In Australia the favourites are shrimps and pineapple.

8. The English love tuna and sweetcorn.

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