Англійська мова 6 клас - Несвіт Алла
Unit 3. Food and Drinks
1. a) Listen and repeat.
• bread and butter • porridge • sausage • sandwiches • cocoa powder • borshch • pampushki • fish soup • chicken broth • noodle soup • pea soup • mushroom soup • cutlets • boiled meat • fried meat • roast meat • fried / boiled / mashed potatoes • vegetables • pancakes • compote • sour milk •
b) Speak in class. Talk about food you usually have for breakfast and dinner.
I usually have boiled eggs and porridge for breakfast.
2. Work in pairs. Tell each other which foods you like and don’t like to have for dinner. Use the following phrases:
I like …I quite like..I don’t like....... I prefer...........
3. Listen and read what children say about meals and what they prefer to eat.
Ann: I eat three times a day. Dinner is the biggest meal of the day for me. Soup (traditionally borshch) is a must during dinner. It is served with dark bread or pampushki with garlic. My mum cooks chicken broth, noodle soup, pea soup or mushroom soup for dinner. All of them are very tasty. I like borshch most of all.
Tom: Dinner is the biggest meal of the day for me, too. I start my dinner with a salad. Then my mum serves a bowl of soup or chicken broth. After that we have a meat or fish dish. As a side dish we usually have fried, boiled or mashed potatoes and vegetables cooked in different ways. We finish our dinner with ice cream or apple pie.
1. Some people like a light breakfast, others prefer.....
2. Dinner is the biggest..........
3. Soup is a must during........
4. As a side dish we usually have........
5. We finish our dinner with..........
5. Read and act out the dialogues.
Ann: What kind of breakfast do you usually have in the morning? Jane: I usually have a cup of tea and a cheese sandwich. And what about you?
Ann: I don’t eat much. Just some cornflakes, an egg and toast with jam and butter. Sometimes I drink a cup of coffee and eat biscuits.
Jane: Oh, it’s too much for me.
Mother: Dan, it’s lunchtime. Wash your hands and sit down at the dinner table.
Dan: OK, Mum. I am really hungry. What’s for lunch today?
Mother: Vegetable salad, chicken soup and then meat and potatoes. Dan: Oh, that’s wonderful! What are we having for dessert? Mother: Some ice cream.
Dan: Thank you, Mum, for a tasty lunch.
Mother: I’m glad you like it.
6. Work in groups. Take turns to read an opinion and give your response. Add information.
A: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
В: I don’t think so. I don’t eat a big breakfast.
C: What do you usually have for breakfast?
В: I usually have a sandwich and a glass of juice.
1. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
2. It’s important to have hot soup for dinner.
3. You can eat as many sweets as you want.
7. Write a short letter to your English-speaking friend. Tell him I her what your family members usually eat for dinner. Ask him I her questions about their family dinners. Start like this:
Thank you for your letter. It was interesting for me to learn about your favourite dishes. I’m going to tell you what my family usually have for dinner.