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UNIT 6: FOOD AND DRINK
Transcript of UNIT 6: FOOD AND DRINK
Identify the form of used to in sentences 1-3 below. Which sentence describes...?
Take an adjective from box A and pair it with an opposite from box B
Listening: eating out
VOCABULARY: Food and Drink
GRAMMAR: Forms of Used to and Would
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Discuss these questions
Super Size Me
Are you careful about what you eat?
What food can't you do without?
How can world hunger be defeated?
What's your 'comfort food'?
Should governments encourage citizens to eat healthy?
If you knew you had one day left to live, what final meal would you choose?
If we take...
care of something,
something into account,
advantage of someone or something,
something for granted,
the opportunity to do something,
UNIT 6: FOOD AND DRINK
Do you think it matters
what you eat?
Picture A: Speaker___
Picture B: Speaker___
Picture C: Speaker___
Picture D: Speaker___
Picture E: Speaker___
Listen again and match speakers 1-5 to descriptions A-F. There is an extra letter which you do not need to use.
Which speaker describes...?
A. a preference for ordinary, simple food ___
B. the production of a traditional cheese ___
C. a huge meal ___
D. the finishing touches for a recipe ___
E. dealing with a difficult waiter ___
F. a mealtime in the olden days ___
a current habit ___
a developing habit ___
an old habit / something we no longer do ___
Her parents used to be so poor that they couldn't afford a fridge.
She is used to running around serving the customers
...but she gets used to consuming vast quantities by drinking a gallon and a half of cola before every meal.
The opposite of an adjective often depends on the context.
a light colour -------------------- a dark colour
a light bag -------------------- a heavy bag
a dry day -------------------- a wet day
a dry wine -------------------- a sweet wine
(v), or are cooking a meal, you prepare and heat food so it can be eaten.
(n) is a large metal device used for cooking food using electricity or gas.
(n) is a list of ingredients and a set of instructions that tell you how to cook something.
(n) is a piece of paper that you get from someone as confirmation that they have been paid.
Your sense of
(n) is your ability to recognise the flavour of things with your tongue.
(adj) is pleasing to the eye, like the way a room is decorated.
(adj) is pleasing to the taste-buds in your mouth. It ahs a strong and pleasant flavour that makes it good to eat.
Imagine that you are going to spend the evening together in one of these places.
to ask about and state your preferences.
READING: Competitive eating
Competitive eating involves the consumption of large quantities of food in a fairly short amount of time (usually 15minutes). Although food type varies, it is usually a dessert or type of junk food. Competitive eating is most popular in Japan and the United States. The International Federation of Competitive Eating hosts more than 100 Major League Eating events annually worldwide. This organisation first established eating as a sport in the 1990s
Make nouns from the following words
1. Optimistic (adjective) ____________________ (noun)
2. Astonish (verb) ____________________ (noun)
3. Concentrate (verb) ____________________ (noun)
4. Appear (verb) ____________________ (noun)
only notice it when it is no longer there.
exploit someone or a situation to our benefit (often unfairly)
include it in our consideration.
take a chance which presents itself.
look after them.
Use the expressions from the previous exercise to add comments on these situations
Phrasal Verbs: TAKE
When I lived at home, I never cooked a meal or ironed a shirt. My mum used to do everything. Now that I live on my own I really miss that.
Last year's holiday cost more than I had planned. i had forgotten to include the cost o petrol and motorway charges.
She isn't nice to her brother. She borrows money from him that she has no intention of paying back.
When I was in Paris on business I had an unexpected free afternoon so I visited the Louvre museum.
When I go away, my neighbour feeds my cat and waters the plants.
Look at the pairs of sentences (1-2) below.
Discuss the different meanings of the phrasal verbs in bold.
1a She took off her watch
1b The idea has taken off
2a They have been able to take on some blind members of staff.
2b Sonya hasn't been afraid to take on the men at their own game.
Look for the meanings of the following phrasal verbs:
Take back - Take in - Take on - Take after - Take off -
Take apart - Take away - Take to - Take up - Take over