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Fruits & Vegetables

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Survival English

Hello everyone! My name is ________. Im from ________.


I currently live in ________. I am a/an ________. I enjoy studying ________. I joined Open English ________ ago. I(enjoy / dont enjoy) eating fruits and vegetables.

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Beginner: Warm-up
What fruit do you like the most?

I like ___________ the most.

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Beginner: Vocabulary

apple orange grape cherry

lemon
potato

corn
onion

carrot
lettuce

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Beginner: Matching
Match the listed words to the images

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

cherry

potato

apple

carrot

onion

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Beginner: Vocabulary Practice


Fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary words orange The main ingredient in salad is ____________. Wine is made from ________. ______ syrup is very sweet. _____________ are very sour.

corn
grapes

lettuce
lemons

An __________ is a citrus fruit.

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Beginner: Discussion
Complete the following sentences according to your opinion
I like to eat . A. apples B. oranges C. cherries D. grapes E. I dont like to eat any of these fruits. I eat vegetables. A. frequently B. sometimes C. never I eat healthy foods. A. always B. sometimes C. never

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Beginner Question & Picture Matching

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

1. Isnt it really sour?

2. Did you know that wine is made from these? 3. Does it burn your eyes to cut it?
4. Can we save some to make french fries with later? 5. Doesnt your father make cider with these?

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Picture Fill-in-the-Blank
Choose the correct verb and conjugate as needed

pick

chop

peel

squeeze

grate

1. Will you __________ these potatoes for me? 2. She __________ the carrots and put them in her salad. 3. He __________ up an onion and fried it in oil. 4. I __________ the apple off the tree and ate it. 5. She __________ the lemon and dropped it in her water.
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Beginner: Creating Sentences


Create a sentence by using a subject, a verb and a complement

I You

slice

them in a pot it before eating it

We
He She

wash
taste

the buttered corn


carrots in water

the carrot cake


them with soap it with a knife it in half

They
Lisa boil

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Beginner: Choose One


Read the sentence with the correct answer
1. She (drinks / were drinking) carrot juice every morning for breakfast.

2. I (mixes / mixed) the lemon juice, water, and sugar together.

3. He (loves / was loving) corn on the cob.

4. You (have / has) to rinse the lettuce well before serving it.

5. There (are / is) an apple tree in their backyard.

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Beginner: Match the Answer


Match each question to the correct answer

1. Whats your favorite fruit?

__ Im going to make lemonade with them.

2. Do you have any grapes?


__ No, he doesnt. 3. What are you going to do with those lemons?

__ I like cherries more than any other fruit.

4. Does he want onion in his salad? __ She ate a sandwich and two apples.

5. What did she have for lunch? __ Yes, there are some in the refrigerator. Help yourself!

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Beginner: Lets Talk!

Ian: Jim: Ian: Jim:

Hey, Jim. Are you hungry? Hi, Ian. Yes, Im a little hungry. Why? Im going to eat a salad and some fruit. Would you like some? Yes, sure. Do you always eat healthy food?

Ian: Jim:
Ian: Jim:

No. Im on a diet right now. Im trying to lose some weight. Really? When did you start your diet?
I started it last Thursday. Ive already lost one pound. Thats fantastic! Keep up the good work!

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Beginner: Lets Talk! Follow-up


Answer the following questions about the previous passage
What are Ian and Jim going to eat? A. cheeseburgers and fries B. salads and fruit C. steak and eggs
When did Ian start his diet? A. last Friday B. last Sunday C. last Thursday How much weight has Ian lost since he started his diet? A. Hes lost five pounds. B. Hes lost one pound. C. Hes lost three pounds.

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Whats Missing?
Complete each sentence with a word from the list love eat remember took than are loving was taking remembers then eats

1. Did you _________ to buy a bag of potatoes?

2. It _________ fifteen minutes to make the salad.

3. He likes orange juice better ________ lemonade.

4. I ________ lots of vegetables every day. 5. We both________ the smell of fresh lemons.
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Beginner: Q & A Formation


Complete the question using the underlined words as hints, then choose the correct option to complete the sentence

_____ onions did he put in the soup?

1. He ____ three onions in the soup. a. puts b. put c. were putting

_____ often does she bake a cherry pie?

2. She ____ a cherry pie every Sunday. a. bakes b. was baking c. bake

_____ you like?

3. I dont ____ grapes.


a. likes b. am liking c. like
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Beginner: Categories
Match each word to its corresponding category

Fruits

Vegetables

carrot

spinach

lettuce

orange

grapes

corn

apple

onion

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Beginner: Pronunciation Pairs


Listen to the difference between each pair of words and practice pronouncing each pair grape cherry corn gripe sherry born

eat
yam

it
ham

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Beginner: Who Said It?


Match each sentence to its appropriate picture
A. B. C.

Were drinking juice. Im wearing a red top.

Im eating a green apple.


Im holding a knife and fork. Im with my sister.

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Beginner: Related Lessons


Ask a Teacher 8:00 am to 12:00 am
Community Conversation Classrooms 3:30 pm to 11:30 pm

Live Sessions 3 times a week! Now open 24/7! Food & Groceries- Vocabulary (#0037)
Food & Groceries- Present Tense Verbs (#0039) Food & Groceries- Quiz (#0040)

At the Supermarket (#0329)


The apple pie is our second dessert! (#0389) Basic English Vocabulary: Food and Drinks (#0667)

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Intermediate Lesson Content

Intermediate Lesson Content

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Intermediate: Warm-up
What are some of your favorite fruits & vegetables?

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Intermediate: Vocabulary

strawberry blueberry kiwi watermelon fig mushroom

cucumber
cauliflower

tomato
cabbage

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Intermediate: Matching
Match the listed words to the images

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

mushroom

strawberries

watermelon

tomato

blueberries

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Intermediate: Vocabulary Practice


Use the words below to create your own sentences tomato blueberry kiwi watermelon fig Ex: I like to eat tomato sandwiches.

mushroom
cucumber

cauliflower
strawberry

cabbage

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Intermediate: Synonyms & Antonyms


Match the synonym & antonym to each listed word Synonym nutritious economical Word fresh healthy Antonym artificial disgusting

vital
new delicious

natural
tasty cheap

unhealthy
expensive unnecessary

organic

essential

old

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Intermediate: General Discussion


In your opinion, what fruits and vegetables are the healthiest? Why? How often should we eat fruits and vegetables? What kinds of fruits and vegetables are native to your country?

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Intermediate: Lets Talk


Alice: Hey, Jared. Wow! You look fantastic. Did you lose weight? Are you on a diet? Jared: Hi, Alice. Yes. Im on a diet, and Ive already lost twenty pounds. I no longer eat junk food of any kind.

Alice: Wow! Maybe I should go on a diet, too. I need to slim down a little myself.
Jared: I think you look great, but if you want, I can help you get started. My secret is lots of fruits, vegetables, and lean meat. Alice: That doesnt sound too hard. What fruits and vegetables do you eat most? Jared: I eat a lot of broccoli, carrots, beans, blueberries, and oranges. I eat six servings of fruits and vegetables a day.

Alice: Really? I love all those fruits and vegetables. With your help, Ill be ready for bikini season in no time.
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Intermediate: Lets Talk! Follow-up


What does Alice notice about Jared?

What kind of food does Jared no longer eat?


What fruits and vegetables does Jared eat most?

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Intermediate: Q & A
Match each question to the correct answer

1. What are you eating for dessert?

__ Dont call it that. Its just lettuce.

2. What did Michelle have for breakfast?

__ You combine water, juice, and sugar in a pitcher.

3. Whats that green stuff on your plate, Mom?

__ Im having a piece of pumpkin pie.

4. How do you make lemonade?

__ They belong to the fungi family.

5. What are mushrooms?

__ She drank a fruit smoothie this morning.

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Intermediate: Story Sequence


Put the sentences in the correct order to form a short story
_ Eric searched on the internet for a list of healthy foods. _ Eric frequently ate junk food and felt terrible all the time. _ Eric only eats healthy foods now and feels fantastic. _ Eric decided it was time to change his eating habits. _ Eric printed out the list and went grocery shopping.

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Intermediate: Expressions & Phrases


Match the idiom to its meaning
1) Every time Jake spends time with Carl his attitude gets worse. Carl is a bad apple. 2) No matter how stressful the situation is, Ana remains as cool as a cucumber. 3) Sending an email is easy as pie. Anyone can do it.

a) a bad purchase, something that doesnt function b) to be very calm c) someone who behaves in an odd manner

4) My old Aunt Bertie is as nutty as a fruitcake. She believes in ghosts and has 15 cats!
5) The used car I bought was a total lemon! It wouldnt even start!

d) not very difficult to do


e) a person who has a negative influence on others

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Intermediate: Error Correction


Choose the correct answer

1. My mother is making fried zucchini every Thanksgiving. A. makes B. making C. maked

2. Blueberries are filledof antioxidants. A. stuffed B. abundant C. full 3. People cutpumpkins for Halloween. A. chisel B. carve C. whittle
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Intermediate: Lets Talk Pictures!


What are your thoughts about this picture? Do you think it takes a lot of talent to carve a potato?

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Intermediate: Related Lessons


Ask a Teacher 8:00 am to 12:00 am
Community Conversation Classrooms 3:30 pm to 11:30 pm

Live Sessions 3 times a week! Now open 24/7! Food & Groceries- Vocabulary (#0037)
Food & Groceries- Word search (#0038) Fruits and Vegetables (#0487)

The short /o/ (#0264)


The short /a/ (#0258) The long /a/ (#0259)

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Advanced Lesson Content

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Advanced: Warm-up
What are your least favorite fruits and vegetables?

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Advanced: Someone Once Said


Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon. Doug Larson

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Advanced: Vocabulary

pomegranate tangerine pineapple passion fruit

raspberry
asparagus

zucchini
squash

pumpkin
turnip

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Advanced: Matching
Match the listed words to the images

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

tangerines

turnips

zucchini

asparagus

raspberries

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Advanced: Vocabulary Practice


Use the words below to create your own sentences pineapple tangerine pomegranate passion fruit raspberry asparagus zucchini squash Ex: Pineapple is a delicious tropical fruit.

pumpkin
turnip

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Advanced: Synonyms & Antonyms


Match the synonym & antonym to each listed word Synonym decayed crisp Word ripe juicy Antonym fresh dry

bright
sugary succulent

sweet
colorful crunchy

mushy
sour dull

mature

rotten

green

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Advanced: Sentence Rewording


Read each sentence and replace the word with a synonym or antonym
1. Beth doesnt like lemons because they are sweet.
A

2. Gabriella thinks that blueberry smoothies are delicious.


S

3. I love watermelon because it is such a dryfruit.


A

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Advanced: General Discussion


Name some specific health benefits associated with eating fruits and vegetables. Are fruits and vegetables more important than meat in a persons diet, or are they equally important? Explain. Do you think its healthy or unhealthy to be a vegetarian?

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Advanced: Lets Talk


Nutritionist: Hello, Natalie! How are you? Please come into my office, and have a seat so that we can talk. Natalie, tell me why youve come to see me. How can I help you today? Natalie: Hello! Im doing fine, thanks. Im here today because Ive been an unhealthy eater for a long time, and I would really like to change my eating habits. Id like to experience the benefits of good nutrition. Nutritionist: Excellent! Im so glad to hear you say that. You have definitely come to the right place. Natalie, tell me about your personal and nutritional goals. Natalie: Okay, Ill try to explain what I want. I would really like to look and feel better. I wake up every day feeling sluggish and overweight. I really want to shed the extra pounds and start feeling energized. Nutritionist: Thats a great goal! One of the most vital parts of our nutritional program is the incorporation of at least five servings of fruits and vegetables each day. Do you think you can handle that?

Natalie: Yes, I am sure I can do that. It sounds very realistic. It may actually be easy for me to do since I love fruits and vegetables. Which fruits and vegetables should I eat the most?
Nutritionist: Well, that depends on your preferences. My personal favorites are blueberries and pomegranates because they are great sources of antioxidants. I also like tangerines because they are full of vitamin C.

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Advanced: Lets Talk! Follow-up


If you were the nutritionist, what would you recommend Natalie do in order to improve her health? What nutritional programs do you believe are most effective? Why?

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Advanced: Error Correction


Correct the mistake 1. Apples are the favorite fruit of Jim.

2. Strawberries and cream are a classic dessert.

3. Ashton is liking fresh mushrooms on his pizza.

4. Ketchup is made on tomatoes.

5. When you eat a cherry, you have spit out the pit.

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Advanced: Reading Comprehension


"Eat your fruits and vegetables" is one of the tried and true recommendations for a healthy diet, and for good reason. Eating plenty of vegetables and fruits can help you ward off heart disease and stroke, control blood pressure, prevent some types of cancer, avoid a painful intestinal ailment called diverticulitis, and guard against cataract and macular degeneration. It can even have a stabilizing effect on blood sugar and can help keep your appetite in check. It's hard to argue with the health benefits of a diet rich in vegetables and fruits. Doctors agree that its vital to ones health. And although not everyone loves consuming these foods regularly, we should still make them part of our daily diet. But how much is enough?

Most people should aim for at least nine servings of vegetables and fruits a day. Go for a variety of kinds and colors of produce in order to give your body the mix of nutrients it needs.
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Advanced: Reading Discussion

What is the main idea of this passage? The article states that a person should consume at least nine servings of fruits and vegetables a day. What do you think about that?

The article uses the phrase "tried and true. What do you think that means?

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Advanced: Expressions & Phrases


Match the idiom to its meaning

1) Dont tell Mel about Saras surprise party. He always spills the beans and mentions things! 2) Work hard and well, and you will see the fruit of your labor. 3) Jake flirts with his brothers girlfriend only because shes forbidden fruit.

a) something that is appealing because its not allowed


b) the results of your work c) to reveal a secret d) to compare two totally different things e) people who are very similar and usually together

4) Our daughters have so much in common! Theyre two peas in a pod.


5) Comparing a man to a woman is like comparing apples and oranges.

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Advanced: Question Formation


Form a question based on the response
Ex: How much money would you like to deposit?

1. Erin had three full glasses of orange juice this morning.

2. Cucumbers are one of the vegetables that people put in salads.

3. Bananas are yellow when theyre ripe.

4. Apples are used to make cider.

5. Raspberries grow on bushes.


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Advanced: Related Lessons


Ask a Teacher 8:00 am to 12:00 am
Community Conversation Classrooms 3:30 pm to 11:30 pm

Live Sessions 3 times a week! Now open 24/7! Fruits and Vegetables (#0487)
Making Polite Offers - business lunch (#0213) Pronunciation: /ch/ vs. /sh/ (#0296)

Pronunciation: Silent /h/ (#0306)


Pronunciation: /y/ vs. /j/ (#0315) The 'sh' Sound (#0481)

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This is the complete content for the lesson. It includes beginner, intermediate and advanced slides. The experience during each live session will vary depending on the level of the class and not all slides will be covered.

Este es el contenido completo de la leccin. Se incluye diapositivas bsicas, intermediarias, y avanzadas. La experiencia durante cada sesin en vivo variar en funcin del nivel de la clase y no todas las diapositivas sern cubiertas.
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