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4' What is your favourite restaurant? What's your favourite meal there?
D Match the food and drink to the pictures in the menu.
a bread b orange juice c burgers d pasta e cheese
f salad g chicken h strawberries i coffee j water
k chips I' fruit m soup
a; p Listen and repeat.
D Ask and answer about foods you like and don't like.
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D !"3'i'l Listen and say how much the bill is.
e Listen again and tick what the customers order.
Date: q MarC/' Customer: 35
salad 0
soup 0
bread 0
Main courses
chicken pasta 0
vegetable lasagne 0
burger and chips 0
Desserts Drinks
fruit 0
fruit salad 0
strawberries and cream 0
orange juice
Countable and uncountable nouns
~ Look at the lists and circle the correct options in rules a and b.
I. chillIes,
~ . salad,
a The nouns in list 1are countable/uncountable. They have/don't have
a plural form.
b The nouns in list 2 are countable/uncountable. They have/don't have
a plural form.
D Match the rules to the examples.
I'll have a burger, and an apple jar dessert.
It has some tomatoes, some cream and a lot oj chillies.
a We use a or an before singular countable nouns.
b We use some or a lot oj before uncountable nouns and plural
countable nouns.
~ Now read page 8 of the Language Lift.
Complete the table with the words in 2 and 6.
Countable nouns Uncountable nouns
c V 1 ~ L L ~ e s
Ordering a meal
What can I get you? I'll have the pasta and some
salad, please.
And what would you like to drink? I'd like an orange juice, please.
And for dessert? I'd like some fruit salad,
What's in the fruit salad? It has apples, grapes, ...
How much is it? It's £13.50.
(!) 33 Listen and repeat. Then mark the main stress.
~ Create a menu and role-playa scene in a restaurant. Then swap roles.
Student A: You are the customer. Look at your partner's menu and order food.
Student B: You are the waiter. Take your partner's order.
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floor Junk food junkies
Number the foods according to their food groups.
apples,';; beans bread butter cheese eggs
fish grapes meat milk nuts pasta
peas rice tomatoes yoghurt biscuits chocolate
(!) p Listen and repeat.
D Look at the food pyramid and say which foods are healthy
and unhealthy.
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Match the headings to the paragrClphs.
a Are any snacks good for you?
b How much junk food do you eat?
c How many portions of vegetables are good for you?
d Are bread, rice and pasta good for you?
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Bread, 'cereal, 'rice and pasta all contain Eat three to five portions every day. Fruit
grains. Generally,'grqins are good for . and vegetable$ 'are very good for you.
you. Brown bread and brown rice, for They have alot of vitamins and minerals,
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example, have a lot Qf vitamins and and they ,don't have any fat.·
minerals. B'ut white bread, and pasta
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are not verY good for you, beca.use they
have 10ts;'of carbohydrates.
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Yes; of t:owrse! For a healthy snack, try '. '
some fruit, nuts or yoghurt, but don't eat
biscuits when you wanta snack -: they
Marlene Johnson says 'A lot! I eat chips are unhealthy and contain a lot of fat and
and drinkcQla every day.' 'Junk food isn't sugar.
healthy because it has a lot of sugar and
, fat, and if dO,esn't have any Vitamins or
_ Complete the table with foods from the text.
Healthy Unhealthy
b....owll\, .... b....eClol
two a day = two per day =
two every day
I don't drink any
milkl I don't like it.
I drink a two-litre
bottle every day!
I don't eat any rice,
but I eat some bread - with
chocolate biscuits.
burgers and hot dogs!
_ Ask and answer the questions in 7.
." Answer the questions.
a Does your partner eat a healthy diet?
b What healthy and unhealthy things does your partner eat?
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Expressions of quantity
Read the examples and circle the correct options.
How much junk food do you eat?
How many portions of vegetables are goodfor you?
a We use how much with countable/uncountable nouns.
b We use how many with countable/uncountable nouns.
Find one example in the text for each rule.
a We use some in affirmative sentences.
b We use any in negative sentences.
c We use any in questions.
Now read page 8 of the Language Lift.
Read the Look box. Then make questions to ask Marlene. Use how much
or how many.
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a portions offruit and vegetables d milk
b junk food e cola
c bread a'nd rice f biscuits
Match the questions in 7 to Marlene's answers.
A lot!
VI One or two a day.
I eat a lot. I love
floor Task: Prepare an international food festival
Do you like food from other countries? Where is the food in
the picture from?
(35 Listen to the dialogue and answer the questions.
a What's in risi e hisi? c What does the woman order?
b What's in pasta efagioli? d How much is it?
Work in pairs. Imagine that you have a stall at the food festival. Draw
pictures of three dishes from a country, list their ingredients and write
the prices.
Take turns ordering food from other stalls. Complete the table with
information about the stalls.
Stall 3 Stall 4
Stall 1 Stall 2
Answer the questions.
a Wh ich is the best dish? Where is it from?
b Which dishes are healthy? And which are unhealthy?
Writing an article about food
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What are your favourite foods? Are they healthy or unhealthy?
Read the article from a food website and say if Lucia has a healthy diet.
Answer the questions.
a What's her favourite food?
b What does she have for breakfast, lunch and dinner?
c Does she like fruit and vegetables?
d What's her favourite restaurant?
Make notes about your food preferences. Use the headings in the box
to help you.
Favourite food Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Healthy or unhealthy diet? Favourite restaurant
Write an article about your favourite food for the website.
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