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Mmm... Food!

ESL lesson about food adjectives and adverbs.
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Dan Mahony

on 30 May 2013

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Transcript of Mmm... Food!

Mmm... Food! 양념 맛이 강한 맛이 쓴 짭짜름한 꼭꼭 씹어 먹어야 하는 질감 무맛인 맛 Describing and talking about food taste texture opinion more sweet savory salty bland spicy bitter sour hard soft crunchy juicy dry greasy chewy delicious tasty disgusting How does it taste? How does it taste? How does it taste? How does it taste? It tastes sweet. It tastes sour. It tastes bitter. It tastes spicy. What's the texture like? What's the texture like? What's the texture like? What's the texture like? It's crunchy. It's hard. It's soft. It's chewy. Describe this food Describe this food Describe this food Describe this food Describe this food Describe this food Describe this food Describe this food What do you think about kimchi fried rice? What do you think about insects? What do you think about barbecue? What do you think
about American fast food? Today, we have studied adjectives. Now, we will look at some words that can change these adjectives. Ice cream is sweet. Bubblegum is really chewy. very / really a little (bit) too not... enough extremely summary good or bad only bad extremely
very
really
a little (bit) too
not... enough To make an adjective stronger, we can use really and very. To make an adjective a lot stronger, we can use extremely. To make an adjective weaker, we can use a little and a little bit. To say that an adjective is stronger than we like, we can use too. To say that an adjective is weaker than we like, we can use not... enough. This coffee is not sweet enough. This sandwich is too salty. I don't like it. Japanese pork cutlet is a little greasy. This kimchi soup is extremely delicious. This cake is really sweet.
Mexican food is very spicy. Marshmallows are really sweet.
Marshmallows are really soft. Marshmallows are really... Steak is a little... Steak is a little juicy. Fast food is extremely... Fast food is extremely greasy. Chili peppers are too... Chili peppers are too spicy. It's spicy.
It's a little salty. It's really greasy.
It's a little salty.
It's crispy. It's a little salty.
It's soft. It's a little spicy.
It's a little sweet. It's very juicy.
It's a little soft.
It's sweet.
It's a little sour. It's soft.
It's a little salty.
It's very greasy. It's really crunchy.
It's very salty.
It's a little bland.
It's very dry. It's very sweet.
It's soft. Describe this food Describe this food It's soft.
It's a little greasy.
It's a little salty. It's soft.
It's really sweet.
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