Підручник Англійська мова 5 клас (5-й рік навчання) - А.М. Несвіт - Генеза 2018 рік

Unit 3. Food

Lesson 1

1. a) Listen and repeat.

• rice • fruit • meat • pizza • potatoes • salad • bread • cheese • beans • chocolate • vegetables • a sandwich • yoghurt • pasta • ice cream • a piece of cake • a pudding • biscuits • crisps • toast • fish • sweets • jam • chicken • meat balls • sausage • tea • coffee • orange / apple / carrot juice • milk •

b) Speak in class. Talk about food you usually have for breakfast.

Example:

I usually have toast and jam for breakfast.

2. Work in pairs. Tell each other which foods you like / don’t like to have for breakfast. Use the following phrases:

I like … best. / I prefer … . / I quite like … . / … is / are OK. / I don’t like … . / I don’t usually have … for break fast.

3. Listen and read what Ann and Dan like to eat.

Ann: For breakfast I usually have a bowl of cereal, toast and jam and a cup of tea. I don’t like milk, but sometimes I drink a glass of orange juice. I have my lunch at school after the third lesson. I usually eat a cheese or sausage sandwich and an apple. Sometimes my mum puts a banana into my lunch box. I have my dinner when I come home from school. As a rule, I eat a plate of soup, mashed potato and meat balls.

Dan: I never feel hungry when I get up in the morning, so I just have a cup of tea and a cheese sandwich - that’s enough for me. I have a snack after the second lesson - that’s about ten o’clock. I buy a sausage roll and a packet of juice in the school canteen. I have a proper lunch at half past two. I usually eat a meat or vegetable dish, followed by crisps and fruit. I also buy sweets on the way home from school - not too many. I have something for a bite when I get home - usually a cake or some biscuits.

4. Agree or disagree.

1. Ann and Dan both have something for breakfast.

2. Ann and Dan both take lunch boxes to school.

3. Ann takes some fruit to school.

4. Both children buy sweets on the way home after school.

Grammar Lab: Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Affirmative

Negative

Question

Countable

nouns

There are some apples on the table.

There aren’t any apples on the table.

Are there any apples on the table?

Uncountable

nouns

There’s some milk in the fridge.

There isn’t any milk in the fridge.

Is there any milk in the fridge?

5. Look through the texts of Ex. 3, page 53. Find the examples of countable and uncountable nouns in it. Write the lists into your exercise book.

Example:

Countable nouns: cereal, … .

Uncountable nouns: a bowl of cereal, … .

Conversation Lab

6. Listen to these opinions. Work in small groups. Act out a dialogue as in the example.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

You can skip breakfast.

Example:

A: Breakfast is the most important meal of the clay.

B: I think so, too. You must have enough energy during the day. C: I don’t think so. I don’t want to eat early in the morning.

7. Write what you usually have for breakfast. Start like this:

In my family we have four meals a day: breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper. I usually have breakfast at a quarter to eight. I have got





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