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Module 9

Module 9. Food and refreshments

9 A. Food and Drink


1. Odd one out. Circle out the odd word and explain your choice.

  • milk juice water oil

  • onion banana garlic tomato

  • fish yoghurt milk sour-cream

  • meat lamb beef pork

  • apple orange carrot grape


2. Half a crossword. This crossword is half finished. Your partner has also a crossword that is only half finished. Take turns to ask each other about the missing words. (e.g.: What’s 2 across?/What’s 3 down?). Don’t give the answer – explain the word and let your partner guess what it is.


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Before you start, look at the words in your crossword and think of how you are going to explain them.

  • Olive oil

  • Egg

  • Meat

  • Biscuit

  • Cheese

  • Vegetables

  • Salt

You can ask your partner if you don’t know how to spell the word.

When you have finished, look at each other’s crosswords.

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Student B

This crossword is half finished. Your partner has also a crossword that is only half finished. Take turns to ask each other about the missing words. (e.g.: What’s 2 across?/What’s 3 down?). Don’t give the answer – explain the word and let your partner guess what it is.


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Before you start, look at the words in your crossword and think of how you are going to explain them.

  • Bread

  • Pepper

  • Banana

  • Apple

  • Fish

  • Potato

  • Cake

You can ask your partner if you don’t know how to spell the word.

When you have finished, look at each other’s crosswords.

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3. Put the words into the correct column.
Sugar, tomato, coffee, cup, oil, biscuit, bread, cottage cheese, strawberry, apricot.


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4. Match the words in two columns to get expressions with containers and quantities.

A bottle of

cereal

A carton of

olive oil

A box of

potato

A packet of

milk

A piece of

chocolate

A kilo of

crisps

A jar of

bread

A bag of

jam

A loaf of

cheese

A bar of

rice

What did you buy from this list last time you went shopping?

5. Use much or many.
  • Did you buy __________ food yesterday?

  • There aren’t __________ oranges left in the fridge.

  • Nick hasn’t got __________ money.

  • We haven’t got __________ olive oil.

  • How __________ milk do you want in your coffee?

  • How __________ chocolate bars are there on the table?

  • How __________ bread did you buy?

6. Use little/a little/few/a few.
  • There was __________ food in the fridge. It was nearly empty.

  • Do you want sugar in your cocoa? – Yes, ___________, please.
  • There’s very __________ rice left for pilaw (плов).
  • Would you like some soup? – Yes, __________, please.

  • You don’t need to buy bread. We’ve got _________ loafs of bread.

  • There’re _________ carrots in the fridge. We need to buy some.


7. Read the text at p. 87, SB and answer the questions.

  • Most people in the UK have enough time for breakfast, don’t they?
  • What is the traditional English breakfast?

  • What do they have for breakfast during the week?

  • What is a “packed lunch”?

  • What do they like to have for dinner?

  • Describe their desserts.

  • What’s your idea of Russian food? Is it different from the British one? What do you have for breakfast/lunch and dinner?


9 B. On the menu

1. Look at the adjectives and translate them. Use them to complete the sentences. Role-play the dialogues.


Salty – ____________
Sweet – ____________
Hot and spicy – ____________________
Delicious – _______________

1.

A: Let’s go to the Chinese restaurant!

B: Do you want to see me crying again?

A: Why? Are there any reasons?

B: Their cuisine is so _________________________.


2.

A: Oh, this baked fish is extremely ________________! Thank you, mom!!!

B: I am happy you like it!


3.

A: Mum, are you in love?

B: Why?

A: The soup is too ____________.


4.

A: Do you like candyfloss?

B: I love it! It’s so ____________.


2. Let’s arrange the menu in the form of a spidergram. Use the words below to complete it.


  • Main course, Starters, Desserts, Drinks.

  • Fruit, banana, grape, kiwi, peach, strawberry, vanilla, choc-ice, sorbet, tea, white coffee, black coffee, fruit juice, noodle soup, chicken soup, tomato soup, chef’s salad, Caesar salad, mashed potatoes, chips, cabbage, trout, tuna, salmon, lamb, roast beef, chicken curry, roast turkey.


3. Fill in the table and say what you always/usually/sometimes/never order at the restaurant. Share this information with your partner. How different are you? Report your preferences to the class. Start with: We both always order…

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4. Put the words in the correct order.

  1. still/fizzy/water/or/mineral? ____________________________________
  2. I/ like/would/the/pate. _______________________________________
  3. ready/you/are/order/to? ______________________________________________
  4. I’d/chicken/for/like/main/the/course. ____________________________________
  5. What/would/you/vegetables/like? ________________________________________


5. Use the sentences in exercise 4 to complete the dialogue. Role-play it.

A: ________________________________________________________________

B: Yes. ____________________________________________________________

A: Yes, sir.

B: And then, ________________________________________________________

A: Certainly. ________________________________________________________

B: Potatoes and peas, please.

A: How about drinks? Would you like some juice?

B: No, thanks. Some mineral water, please.

A: ________________________________________________________________

B: Still, please.


6. You are in the classroom. Where is your mum/dad/sister/brother now? What is he/she doing?
a. Make a list of at list 4 things that she/he is doing right now.

1. _______________________________________________________

2. _______________________________________________________

3. _______________________________________________________

4. _______________________________________________________


b. Does she/he do these things every time on this day? Say that she/he usually does on this day.

1. _______________________________________________________

2. _______________________________________________________

3. _______________________________________________________

4. _______________________________________________________


7. a. Read the words and the sentence out:
  • Song, sing, long, strong, thing, bang, ring, bring, drink, angry.

  • To sing that funny song is not an easy thing to do.


b. Work in pairs. Make up a sentence with words that have sounds [n] and [О]. The sentence may have no sense. Make it fun!


8. Read three restaurant ads. Which of the restaurant would you like to visit and why? How does the ad influence your choice? Use the two links to read the advertisements and read one advertisement of a restaurant for kids in Moscow.
  1. http://capetown.gumtree.co.za/c-Community-other-Christmas-Eve-Buffet-Dinner-W0QQAdIdZ95540470
  2. http://www.timeout.com/newyork/kids/articles/restaurants/68439/cafe-katja

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С аквагримом

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06-10-2006





9 C. Let’s cook!


1. a. Use the letters to make up the words. Translate them.
  • tlem – ___________ – ______________
  • loib – ____________ – ______________
  • orup – ___________ – _____________
  • tirs – ____________ – _____________
  • cide – ____________ – ____________


b. Rewrite the sentences in the past.

  • I usually stir together eggs, sugar and flour. – Yesterday, ___________________________________________________________
  • My mum usually bakes apple muffin once a fortnight. – Yesterday, ___________________________________________________________

  • I sometimes dice cheese for canapйs. – Yesterday, ___________________________________________________________


2. Do you like delicious cocktails? Then this recipe is right for YOU! Put the instructions in the correct order – and here we go! You get the recipe!

Wake-Up Breakfast Drink
from
Cooking Fun by Rae Grant

Not only for mornings, you can also serve this light and frothy (пенистый) orange juice and milk drink for a quick pick-me-up (тонизирующий) after school.

Ingredients:

1⁄2 cup cold orange juice
1⁄2 cup cold milk
1⁄4 teaspoon vanilla extract

Order the instructions:

___ Cover with the lid.

___Serve right away.

___Put the orange juice, milk, and vanilla in a blender.

___Pour the drink into a tall glass.

___Turn on the blender to high speed and blend until smooth and frothy.


Culture Corner


1. Read the sentences and say if they are true or false.
  • Sandwich bars are very popular in Britain because they save people’s time.

  • Sandwich bars serve only a takeaway meal.
  • Every Sunday British people go to a restaurant.

  • Although British food is popular, other cuisines are popular as well.

  • People like to add some spice to fish and chips because they are usually underdone.
  • Pie and mash shops sell traditional British dish – fish and chips.


English in Use


1. Match the English and Russian sentences.

I’d like to book a table, please.

Конечно, пятьсот шестьдесят девять восемьдесят четыре семьдесят семь.

When would you like it for?

Конечно. На чье имя мне зарезервировать столик?

Could I also have a contact number?

Я бы хотел зарезервировать столик.

Certainly, sir. What name should I book it under?

На какое число вы бы хотели зарезервировать?

Sure, it’s five six nine eight four double seven.

Вы могли бы оставить номер телефона для связи?


Extensive reading

1. a. Translate the words.
  • Калий –
  • Содержать в себе –
  • Защищать –
  • Сбалансированная диета –
  • Чайная ложка –
b. Answer the questions.
  • Why do you need to have bread and grains every day?

  • What can you get potassium from?

  • What can help you prevent heart disease?

  • What do you get from meat, fish and beans?

  • What products do you need to consume to protect your bones? Why?


с. Do you agree or disagree with the statements? Why?
  • An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

  • Drink with measure, eat with pleasure.

  • Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper.

  • There is no love sincerer than the love of food.






Keys

9 A


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  • oil

  • banana

  • fish

  • meat

  • carrot


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tomato

coffee

cup

sugar

biscuit

oil

apricot

bread

strawberry

cottage cheese


4.

A bottle of

olive oil

A carton of

milk

A box of

cereal

A packet of

crisps

A piece of

cheese

A kilo of

potato

A jar of

jam

A bag of

rice

A loaf of

bread

A bar of

chocolate


5.

  • Did you buy much food yesterday?
  • There aren’t many oranges left in the fridge.
  • Nick hasn’t got much money.
  • We haven’t got much olive oil.
  • How much milk do you want in your coffee?
  • How many chocolate bars are there on the table?
  • How much bread did you buy?


6.

  • There was little food in the fridge. It was nearly empty.
  • Do you want sugar in your cocoa? – Yes, a little, please.
  • There’s very little rice left for pilaw (плов).
  • Would you like some soup? – Yes, a little, please.
  • You don’t need to buy bread. We’ve got a few loafs of bread.
  • There’re few carrots in the fridge. We need to buy some.


7.

  • No, they don’t.

  • Eggs, bacon and sausages.

  • Cereal or toast with tea, coffee or fruit juice.
  • Lunch that they bring from home.

  • Spaghetti bolognaise and shepherd’s pie.

  • Home-made puddings like bread and butter pudding, apple pie and trifle.




9 B


1.

Salty – соленый
Sweet сладкий
Hot and spicy горячий и острый
Delicious очень вкусный

1.

A: Let’s go to the Chinese restaurant!

B: Do you want to see me crying again?

A: Why? Are there any reasons?

B: Their cuisine is so hot and spicy.


2.

A: Oh, this baked fish is extremely delicious! Thank you mom!!!
B: I am happy you like it!


3.

A: Mum, are you in love?

B: Why?

A: The soup is too salty.


4.

A: Do you like candyfloss?

B: I love it! It’s so sweet.


2.




4.

  1. Are you ready to order?

  2. I would like the pate.

  3. I’d like chicken for the main course.
  4. What vegetables would you like?
  5. Still or fizzy mineral water?


5.

A: Are you ready to order?
B: Yes. I would like the pate.

A: Yes, sir.

B: And then, I’d like chicken for the main course.
A: Certainly. What vegetables would you like?

B: Potatoes and peas, please.

A: How about drinks? Would you like some juice?

B: No, thanks. Some mineral water, please.

A: Still or fizzy mineral water?

B: Still, please.


6.

a. Sentences are written in the present Continuous Tense.
b. Sentences are written in the Present Simple Tense.


9 C


1. a.

  • tlem – melt – растапливать
  • loib – boil – варить, кипятить
  • orup – pour – наливать
  • tirs – stir – размешивать, помешивать
  • cidedice – нарезать в форме кубиков

b.

  • Yesterday, I stirred together eggs, sugar and flour.
  • Yesterday, she baked an apple muffin.
  • Yesterday, I diced cheese for canapй.

2.

1. Put the orange juice, milk, and vanilla in a blender.

2. Cover with the lid.

3. Turn on the blender to high speed and blend until smooth and frothy.

4. Pour the drink into a tall glass.

5. Serve right away.

Culture Corner


1.

  • True

  • False

  • False

  • True

  • False

  • False


English in Use


1.

I’d like to book a table, please.

Я бы хотел зарезервировать столик.

When would you like it for?

На какое число вы бы хотели зарезервировать?

Could I also have a contact number?

Вы могли бы оставить номер телефона для связи?

Certainly, sir. What name should I book it under?

Конечно. На чье имя мне зарезервировать столик?

Sure, it’s five six nine eight four double seven.

Конечно, пятьсот шестьдесят девять восемьдесят четыре семьдесят семь.


Extensive reading


1. a.
  • potassium
  • include

  • protect
  • balanced diet

  • teaspoon


b.

  • These foods give us fibre, iron and vitamin B.
  • From fruit and vegetables.

  • A little oil every day.

  • These types of food give us iron, magnesium and protein.

  • Dairy products, because they have lots of calcium and vitamin D.




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