Unit 3 CAFES AND SHOPS
– Going Shopping
– What food is good for your he>
– Have you ever been on a diet?
– What do you know about British food?
– Do you like going shopping?
– What kinds of shops do you know?
– How do you choose clothes in the shop?
Lesson 1 YUMMY!
1 Look and match pictures with the words from the list.
2 Make two lists. Think of the food and drinks you like and don’t like.
3 Look at the items and fill in the gaps with the words from the box.
Bottle, tube, packet, can, box, carton, loaf, bar
1 а… of chocolate
2 a… of Cola
4 a… of bread
5 a… of macaroni
6 a… of cereal
7 a… of mineral water
8 a… of toothpaste
4 Solve the Vegetable Riddles using the words from the box.
Spinach, potatoe, apple, carrot, cucumber, mushrooms, corn, onion, tomato
1 It’s long and orange. Rabbits like it. Carrot
2 It’s green and we usually eat it in salads. …
3 It’s brown and we can make chips out of it. …
4 It’s long and green. It has a lot of water and it grows in summer. …
5 It’s round and we cry when we cut it. …
6 It can be red, yellow or green. It grows in summer. …
7 It’s red. We make ketchup out of it. …
8 It’s yellow and we make cornflakes out of it. …
9 It looks like an umbrella and usually grows in a forest. …
1 Match the words with their meanings.
A) very pleasant to eat or smell
B) not well, not strong or not showing good he>
c) to have great meaning or to be of great value
2 Read the article and match the headings to each paragraph.
FOOD FOR HE>
E Different food helps your body in different ways. Some kinds of food help your body grow. Other kinds of food give you energy.
□ Eat fruit and vegetables four or more times every day. This food helps keep you he>
□ Sometimes you are hungry between meals. You may ask for a snack. Food from the four food groups makes good snacks
□ There is more to the meat group than just meat. Fish and eggs are in this food group. Chicken and turkey are in it too. So are nuts and beans. All this food helps you grow and be strong. You need eating it twice a day.
□ Food in the milk group helps your teeth and bones stay he>
□ There are four food groups. The fruit and vegetable group is one. The meat group is another. The milk group is the third. The bread and cereal group is the fourth. You need food from each group every day.
□ Food in the bread and cereal group is made from plants called ‘grains’. Grains help give you energy. You can choose grain food you like.
□ Your diet is what you eat and drink. Good diet helps you stay he>
Choose food from the four food groups.
A YOUR DIET
В THE MILK GROUP
С GOOD SNACKS
D THE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE GROUP
E DIFFERENT FOOD
F THE MEAT GROUP
G THE BREAD AND CEREAL GROUP
3 Ask and answer in pairs.
1 What four food groups do you know?
2 Why should you eat different food?
3 Why fruits and vegetables are important for good he>
4 How does food in the meat group help your body?
5 How do they call food in the milk group?
6 What food comes from grains?
7 – Are apples and eggs in the same food group?
4 Read and say who eats potatoes (fish, eggs, chocolate, cheese). Say who never eats sweets (cakes, meat).
5 Read and make the sentences about Paula.
Paula eats a cooked breakfast every day. She eats a small lunch. In the afternoon she often has tea and biscuits. In the evening, when she is hungry, she eats a big dinner. In winter she has a hot drink at bedtime.
6 Complete the sentences.
There are four food groups.
They are…, … and… .
You need food from….
Eat fruit and vegetables. every day.
You need eating food from the meat group… a day.
You need… cups of milk each day.
Grains help give you….
Eat… and… food.
Choose food from….
When you are hungry between meals ask for a… .
1 a) Fill in. Use ‘is’ or ‘are’.
1 There… four carrots in the fridge.
2 There… some milk on the table.
3 There… some ham here for your sandwich.
4 There… some tomatoes in the fridge.
B) Listen to Anna and Cindy’s talk with Anna’s older cousin Eva and say if the statements below are true or false.
A) It’s good to drink eight glasses of water a day.
B) You can eat two bars of chocolate a day.
C) You can eat vegetables every day.
D) Hot dog is a he>
C) Speak on your eating habits in pairs.
2 Fill in these quiz questions. Use ‘much’ or ‘many’. Then ask and answer in pairs.
3 Work in pairs. Complete the dialogue and read it aloud.
A: Do you eat any_______ for breakfast?
B: Yes, I eat some_______ and some _______ for breakfast
A: Do you eat any _______ for lunch?
B: No, I don’t eat any______ for lunch.
4 a) Read the sentences and guess the meanings of the words in bold.
1 I like this food – it’s very good and tasty.
2 I don’t like boiled eggs, I like fried eggs better.
3 Cornflakes are cereals which come from grains.
4 A toast with marmalade is my usual breakfast.
B) Agree or disagree with the statements below.
Work in pairs.
1 People in other countries believe that British food is very good and tasty.
2 The British eat a traditional English breakfast every morning.
3 The British have a big meal only for brunch.
4 There are many places to eat out in Britain.
C) Listen about British food and check your answers.
Put the headings in the order as you are listening to them.
□ A Big Meal of a Day
□ British Breakfasts
□ British Food Beliefs
□ Places to Eat Out
5 Do the quiz in pairs or groups to find out how much you know about food. Match questions with answers.
ARE YOU FOODIE?
C 1 Why do kids love fast food?
□ 2 Why is breakfast important to you?
□ 3 What’s he>
□ 4 What’s not good for your he>
□ 5 What happens if you skip meals?
□ 6 Why do people go on diet?
□ 7 Why is it not good to eat a lot of fast food?
□ 8 What doesn’t a vegetarian eat?
□ 9 Which drink is good for your teeth and bones?
□ 10 What’s bad for your teeth?
B It’s not he>
С Because it’s tasty and cheap.
D To lose weight.
E You eat too many snacks.
F It gives you energy to start the day.
H Vitamins, proteins and fibers.
І Too much fat.
A) Read and compare the sentences.
How much money do you have?
How much ice cream have you got?
There is much milk in the fridge.
How many dollars do you have?
How many packets of ice cream have you got?
There are many bottles of milk in the fridge.
B) Work in pairs. Use the items from the box and ‘buy’ them.
A carton of macaroni, a loaf of bread, a packet of crisps, a bar of chocolate, a bottle of milk, a can of Coca-Cola
A: Can / Could I have (one, two, …) …, please?
B: Yes, certainly.
A: How much is it? (How much are they?)
B: It’s… (They are… .)
2 Listen and speak as in the examples.
A) A: We need some crisps.
B: How many packets?
A: We need some lemonade.
B: How many bottles?
Use: cola, tea, ham, sugar, bread, chocolate, to paste, butter
B) A: We need some crisps.
B: How much are they?
A: We need some milk.
B: How much is it?
Use: cheese, eggs, tomatoes, meat
WOULD / WOULDN’T LIKE
Would like is used to express1:
A) a wish: I would like a new bike.
B) an offer: Would you like some cake?
C) a polite request: We would like
To take your car, because our car Is old.
– I would like = I’d like
– We would like = We’d like
A) Read and compare.
Like = enjoy
I like cheese. (I enjoy eating cheese.)
I like vegetables. (I enjoy eating vegetables.)
Would like = want
I would like some cheese, please. (I want some cheese.)
I would like a cup of tea. (I want a cup of tea.)
1to express – виразити
B) Write offers using ‘would like’ and the words below.
4 Complete with ‘like(s) ‘ or ‘would like’.
1 Milk is great. I_____ milk very much. My brother it too. We to drink it cold. I_______ a glass now, but
There isn’t any in the fridge.
2 We to take a trip to the USA. We________ to see New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and many other cities. We to learn to speak with an American accent. We ____________ American accents.
3 My friends______ the Harry Potter books. I_ them too. I _________to read the latest one, because they say it’s super.
4 I_________to get a new bike for Christmas. I____my old bike but it’s too small for me. I___________________ to give it to my little cousin. He_________ to ________________ have it very much._ He_______________________ told me so.
5 Read and compare.
Shall / will
Be going to
– to make suggestions about future:
– Will you help me?
– I’ll help you tomorrow.
– Would you like fish or vegetable soup?
– I’ll have vegetable soup.
– for things we have decided to do in future:
He asked me for help. I’m going to help him tomorrow.
She told me she wanted a dessert for supper. 1 am going to make an apple pie.
6 Choose the correct verb form.
1 My dad’s got a new job in London.
We (‘II/’re going to) move there in July.
2 We (‘II/are going to) visit France next month. Mum’s already bought the tickets.
3 – It’s cold in here!
– I (‘II/am going to) close the window.
4 They booked their summer holiday last week. They (‘II/are going to) stay with their uncle.
5 – It’s a secret.
– OK. I (won’t/am not going to) tell anyone.
6 – Would you like cola or orange juice?
– I (II/am going to) have cola, please.
1 Ask and answer in pairs.
– Are you a vegetarian? Would you like to be one?
– Do you know anyone who is a vegetarian?
– What’s good about that?
– What’s bad about that?
– What’s your favourite food?
– What’s your favourite drink?
– What’s a typical Ukrainian dish? How is it prepared?
2 Read the talk and complete the sentences.
Oliver will make… and will take….
Emily will take… and she’ll ask her mum….
Mia will bring….
They should take….
They’re going to have….
FOOD AND DRINK
Oliver: I think we should take lots of food. I’m hungry.
Mia: You’re always hungry, Oliver. Emily, have you got the list of food?
Emily: Yes, here it is. (They read the list.)
Oliver: Ok, I’ll make the sandwiches. What kind shall we have?
Emily: Let’s have cheese and tomato sandwiches. They’re my favourite.
Oliver: Ok. And who’ll take care of the drinks?
Emily: I will. I’ll take orange juice and strawberry juice.
Mia: Good. And I’ll bring the fruit. Let’s see, I think I’ll take some apples, bananas and peaches.
Oliver: Right. What about something sweet for dessert?
Emily: I’ve got a huge bar of chocolate at home. I can bring that.
And I’ll ask mum to make some apple pie. I think that should be enough.
Oliver: Shall we have some cookies, too?
Mia: We’ve already got plenty of sweet things for dessert, Oliver. Do we need knives and forks?
Emily: Not really. But we could take some paper plates and napkins.
Oliver: Ok, I’ll take care of that. Do you think we should take vegetables too?
Mia: Yes, I think we should take some sliced carrots and a cucumber. We’re going to have a delicious, he>
3 Make up a similar dialogue using the sentences.
4 a) Write out the desserts and drinks that there are on the menu.
Harry: Cheese cake sounds delicious. Oh, and there are chocolate cookies too.
Mario: You can also have a piece of apple pie or strawberry pancakes. Yummy!
Harry: Oh, and they’ve got vanilla doughnuts. They’re my favourite. The choice here is great.
Mario: Look, there’s coconut ice cream as well. It’s so difficult to decide.
Mario: I know what I’ll have… A piece of apple pie. What about you? Have you decided yet?
Harry: Hmm, I think I’ll have a piece of cheese cake. And with it I’ll have a cup of cocoa with cream. Or maybe I should have a hot chocolate.
Mario: You can have a cold drink instead.
Harry: Let me see… lemonade, mineral water or fresh orange juice. Oh, I need to decide quickly, the waiter is coming. What will you have?
Mario: I’ll have a glass of lemonade and a cup of coffee.
Harry: OK, and I’ll have a hot chocolate and a piece of cheese cake.
B) Act out the dialogue in pairs.
5 Complete the dialogue.
Waiter: Good morning, Sir. May I take your order?
Mr Smith: Yes, I would like a (1)____________of orange juice and a (2)_____________of coffee, please.
Waiter: Certainly. I’ll bring it right away.
Shop Assistant: Good afternoon.
Can I help you?
John: I would like a packet of rice, a (3)__________of sardines and a (4)__________of olive oil, please.
Shop Assistant: Right away
6 a) Some people don’t like milk. Others don’t eat meat.
What about you? Work in groups.
1 Find out what people in your group eat and what they don’t eat or drink.
2 What is the favourite food in your group?
3 What does your group hate most?
C) Report the food likes and dislikes of your group in class.
1 Complete the sentences about yourself.
For breakfast I usually have…
For lunch / dinner I usually…
For a snack I usually…
For supper I usually…
2 a) Work with your partner. Answer the questions and then check them with him/her. How well do you know your friend?
1 Does he/she eat meat?
2 Is he/she a vegan?
3 Does he/she like vegetables?
4 Does he/she drink a glass of milk before going to bed?
5 Does he/she skip meals?
6 Does he/she eat many snacks?
7 Is he/she on a diet?
8 Does he/she know how to prepare a hamburger?
B) Write a report on the eating habits of your friend in your notebook.
3 Make a menu for your cafe. Design it with the drawings and cut-outs.