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APPETITE COMES WITH EATING




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UNIT 7. FOOD AND DRINK

EXERCISE 1. DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS

1. Look at the title. Look at the cartoon. What do you think the issue of the unit will be?

2. What is the message of humour of the cartoon?

3. Do you know about any traditions regarding food and meals in your native culture?

I. BASIC VOCABULARY: FOOD STUFFS. COOKING. EATING OUT

EXERCISE 2. MATCH THE WORD WITH THE DEINITION

A B
1. breakfast 2. lunch 3. dinner 4. supper 5. snack 6. appetite 7. starvation 8. barbeque a) the desire for food b) the main evening meal c) dying of hunger d) when you grill food outside e) a quick and easy meal f) the first meal of the day g) the meal eaten around midday h) a small meal eaten just before you go to bed

EXERCISE 3. MATCH THE SENTENCE WITH THE COMMENT

A B
1. Is dinner nearly ready? 2. I don't know what's wrong with me. 3. No more for me, thanks. 4. I'm glad we went for that walk. 5. I shouldn't really be eating this chocolate before dinner.     a. I've lost my appetite. b. It's really given me an appetite. c. It'll spoil my appetite. d. I'm starving. e. I'm full.  

 

EXERCISE 4. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH THE WORDS BELOW

a) stale sour burnt rotten ripe fresh

 

1. The toasts are ……… . I’ll make some more.

2. I wouldn’t drink that milk if I were you. It doesn’t smell very ……… .

3. This milk tastes a bit ……… . Did somebody forget to put it back in the fridge?

4. But I bought this bread yesterday. It’s ……… already!

5. Some of these apples are ……… and I only bought them at the weekend.

6. I’d leave these pineapples for another day. They’re not ……… yet.

 

b) tasty/delicious flavour/bland flavour/tender wonderful/revolting

off/disgusting

 

1. This fish smells a bit ……… . – Yes, it’s absolutely ……… .

2. The chicken looks ……… . – It’s absolutely ……… .

3. This sauce hasn’t got much ……… . – No, it’s a bit ……… , I’m afraid.

4. I’ve just discovered a ……… blue cheese. – How ………! I hate blue cheese.

5. I’ve never tasted lamb with so much ……… . – yes, it was so ……… . wasn't it?

 

a) a bit dry/stale b) too strong/weak/sweet c) a bit overdone/underdone

d) too hot/spicy

 

1. My coffee is ……… . I don’t like it.

2. This dish is ……… .

3. The steak is ……… .

4. The cake is ……… .

EXERCISE 5. PUT THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF MEAT BELOW INTO THE CORRECT PLACE

beef lamb pork chicken ham turkey liver

veal bacon duck kidney fowl

 

Pig Sheep poultry cow inside an animal
1. 2. 3. 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 1. 2.

 



EXERCISE 6. MATCH A WITH B

 

A B
1. salmon 2. sole 3. trout 4. tuna 5. lobster 6. crab 7. prawn 8. plaice a. форель b. лосось, сьомга с. камбала d. омар, рак e. тунець f. морський язик g. креветка h. краб

 

EXERCISE 7 . MATCH THE WORDS WITH THE PICTURES





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