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World Link
UNIT 2
LETS EAT
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Contents:
Topic: Food
Vocabulary: Adjectives describing
foods; restaurants experiences
Grammar: The comparative and
superlative form of adjectives.
Functions: Offering and Suggesting

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Glos
sary
Let's Eat!
appetizer a small amount of food served before the main meal
bland having little taste
buttery having a lot of butter
crispy having a firm texture that is easily broken
crunchy having a firm texture that makes a loud noise when
eaten
dessert the last course in a meal, usually something sweet
like cake or fruit
doggie a bag to hold and carry away leftover food from
bag a meal at a restaurant
drive-
a service area of a restaurant, bank, etc., in which
through
customers can remain in their cars
window

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entree the main part of the meal at dinner or lunch


healthy in good health, not sick
juicy full of juice, succulent
junk food foods that are usually considered bad for one's health due to high the
high amounts fat, calories and preservatives
and low nutritional value
oily covered by or containing a lot of oil
salty having a heavy taste of salt
sour having a sharp acidic taste
spicy having a heavy flavor of spices that are hot to the taste
sweet having a taste like sugar or honey
takeout food ordered from a restaurant to be carried away and eaten
elsewhere

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Foods we like

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MORE ADJECTIVES:

Peppery (spicy)
Hot
Savory/sweet
Bitter (acid)
Stale (not fresh)
Tasty: delicious
Raw (uncooked)
Rich

Appetizing/ unappetizing

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Unit 2 Page 12 Lesson A: Vocabulary Link


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delicious, crispy, juicy oily, good,


bland tasty, too sweet

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Why dont we
Why dont we
How about
How about
Why dont we

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simple relaxing

larger spicier more delicious


crowded more interesting

sweeter
more delicious
nicer
more crowded
redder

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Lesson B Eating out

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Lesson B Eating out!

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b
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fast
life
farmers
Europe
members

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water gardening deep breathing exercises


vegetables green tea
fish walking massage

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researcher

centenarians
habits
attitude

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* You can use prepositional phrases after the superlative:


Mount Everest is the highest mountain un the world.

*You can use one of to show that something or someone is part of a group:
Jim, Kim, and Amy scored 100% on the test. Amy is one of the best
students in our class.
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Down home: Just like in your home region

sweet the simplest


the largest The spiciest the most delicious
the most interesting

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the most romantic

the most difficult


the most popular

the noisiest the most exciting

the best
the largest
the cheapest

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CONTINUOUS EVALUATION

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