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Unit 9: food you like!

Starter

Whats your favourite fruit ? .


vegetable ?
drink ? ..

TB 66: Food and drink


1. Match the food and drink with the pictures.
A

tea
coffee
wine
beer
apple juice
pasta
fish
pizza
cheese
chocolate

apples
oranges
bananas
strawberries
peas
carrots
tomatoes
hamburgers
chips
biscuits

GRAMMAR SPOT countable and uncountable nouns


Some nouns are countable
a book
two books
an egg
six eggs
some nouns are uncountable
bread
rice
some nouns are both
Do you like ice-cream ?
Wed like three ice-creams, please.
2. Listen to Daisy and Piers talking about what they like and dont like. Tick ()
the food and drink that they both like in exercise 1.
Who says these things? Write D. or P.

I dont like wine but I like beer.


I really like apple juice. Its delicious.
I quite like peas.
I dont like tomatoes very much.
I dont like cheese at all.

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Food and drink


Food and drink

1
2
3
4
5
6

ice-cream
eggs
jam
chocolate
milk
biscuits

7 bread
8 olives
9 butter
10 pasta
11 olive oil
12 noodles

13
14
15
16
17

cheese
cake
sugar
soup
rice

Meat and fish


animal
cow
lamb / sheep
pig
chicken
duck
fish

meat
beef
lamb
pork
chicken
duck
fish

Fruit

1
2
3
4

grapes
strawberry
apple
avocado

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5
6
7
8

mango
pineapple
banana
lemon

9 pear
10 cherry
11 orange
12 peach

13 melon

Vegetables

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

TB 67: I like. And Id like ..


GRAMMAR SPOT would like
Would is the same in all persons. We use would like in offers and requests.
Positive
I, you, he, she, it, we, they

d like

a drink

( d = would )

Yes/no questions
Would

you, he, she, it, they

Short answers

yes, please.

like a biscuit ?
No, thank you.

1. Choose would/ Do you like .. or Id like .. .


1

Would / Do you like a ham sandwich?


No, thanks/ Im not hungry.

Do/Would you like Ella?


Yes. Shes very nice.

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Do/Would you like a cold drink?


Yes, cola, please.

Can I help you?


Yes. I / Id like some stamps, please.

What sports do you do?


Well, Id / I like swimming very much.

Excuse me, are you ready to order?


Yes. I / Id like a steak, please.

2. Listen and choose the correct answers.


1
2
3
4
5
6

I like all sorts of fruit.


Yes, Id like some fruit, please.
Id like a book by John Grisham.
I like books by John Grisham.
Id like a new bike.
I like riding my new bike.
Id like a cat but not a dog.
I like cats, but I dont like dogs.
I like Italian wine, especially red wine.
Wed like a bottle of Italian red wine.
No, thanks/ I dont like ice-cream.
Id like some ice-cream, please.

TB 68: a or some?
GRAMMAR SPOT some and any
We use some in positive sentences and in questions (offers) when you know the
answer is going to be yes.
There is some bread on the table.
There are some oranges on the table.
Can I have some coffee, please? (I know there is some coffee.)
Would you like some grapes? (I know there are some grapes.)
We use any in negative sentences and in questions when you dont know what
the answer is going to be.
Is there any water? (I dont know if there is any water.)
Does she have any children? ( I dont know if she has any children.)
I cant see any rice.
There arent any people.

3. Write a, an, or some.


1 strawberry
2 fruit
3 banana

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4 bread
5 milk
6 meat

7 apple
8 toast
9 money

10 dollar
11 notebook
12 homework

4. write a, an or some.
1 . egg

3 . biscuit

5 . cup of coffee

7 . ice-cream

2 eggs

4 . biscuits

6 . coffee

8 . ice-cream

TB 68: much, many, a lot of


GRAMMAR SPOT much, many , a lot of
We use a lot of in positive sentences.
I eat a lot of pasta.
We use much and how much with uncountable nouns.
How much rice is there?
in questions
There isnt much rice.
in negative sentences
We use many and how many with countable nouns.
How many apples are there?
in questions.
There arent many apples.
in negative sentences
1. Complete the questions using much or many.
1. How ... people are there in the room?
2. How ... petrol is there in the car?
3. How ... money do you have in your pocket?
4. How ... eggs are there in the cupboard?
5. How ... milk is there in the fridge?
6. How ... apples do you want?
2. Choose an answer for each question in exercise 1.

A kilo, please.

Just five euros.

There are two bottles.

Twenty. Nine men and eleven women.

There are only two left in the box. Its full.


Check it ! Correct the sentences.
1. How much potatoes do you want?

2. I dont like an ice-cream.

3. Can I have a bread, please?

4. Im hungry. I like a sandwich.

5. There isnt many milk left.

6. Id like some fruits, please.

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7. How many money do you have?

8. We have lot of homework today.

TB 70: READING AND SPEAKING: Food around the world.


1. Read the text. Write the correct question heading for each paragraph.
1) ..
2) ..
3) ..
2. Answer the questions.
1. ..
2. ..
3. ..
4. ..
5. ..
6. ..
7. ..
8. ..

TB 73: Everyday English: polite requests


1. Match the questions and responses.
1. Would you like some more rice?

Black, no sugar, please.

2. Could you pass the salt, please?

Yes of course. Im glad you like it.

3. Could I have a glass of water, please?

Do you want sparkling or still?

4. Does anybody want more wine?

Yes, please. Its delicious.

5. How would you like your coffee?

Yes of course. Here you are.

6. This is delicious! Can you give me the

Yes, please. Id love some.

No, of course not. We have a

recipe?
7. Do you want help with the washing-up?

dishwasher.

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2. Complete these requests with Can/ Could I. ? or Can/ Could you. ?


1. . have a cheese sandwich, please?
2. . tell me the time, please?
3. . take me to the station, please?
4. . see the menu, please?
5. . lend me some money, please?
6. . help me with your homework, please?
7. . borrow your dictionary, please?

TB 120: WRITING: filling in a form.


1. Read the email and answer the questions.
a) Who is it from? ..
b) Who is it to? ....
c) What is it about? ..
d) How does it begin and end? ...
2. Where do the lines go?
1) ..
2) ..
3) ..
3. Look at the hotels online booking form. Complete the form with information
about Peter West in exercise 1.

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Unit 9: Food you like!

Name:
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Class: 2 MO E
Date:

Task:
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Write an email to book a room at the hotel.

Book a double room for four nights next month.

Ask for a room with the view of the sea.

Ask about internet and car parking.

Give your personal details.

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