Food. Квітковська Ольга Анатоліївна вчитель англійської мови СЗОШ І-ІІІ ступенів № 2 м. Яготина. Good morning, pupils!. How are you?. Try to divide these words and write this sentence correctly. People. must. eat. the. healthy. food.
Квітковська Ольга Анатоліївна
СЗОШ І-ІІІ ступенів № 2
How are you?
and write this sentence correctly
Arein a verygoodmood.
Theyarein a verygoodmood,
In 1762, there was a very famous English politician. Everybody knew about him because he enjoyed playing cards very much. One night he stayed at the card table for 24 hours. And he ate nothing but slices of bread with pieces of meat inside. His name was John Sandwich. The English name for a sandwich comes from this man.
Sandwiches were great favourites in Victorian England. It was the custom to “take” afternoon tea at about four o’clock. Many rich families ate sandwiches at that time.
Cucumber sandwiches were very popular. The servants always cut the edge of the bread, so the sandwiches were very small and delicate.
Sandwiches are less elegant now and often much bigger.
The English eat millions of sandwiches every day. They are a typical “snack” meal because they are easy and quick to prepare. You can buy sandwiches if you don’t want to make them yourself. There are thousands of “sandwiches bars” and cafés and even some restaurants that sell them.
Some sentences are true (T) according to the text, some sentences are false (F) and some information (SI) is not given in the text. Try to decide.
e. g. one apple – two apples
e. g. some coffee, some cheese
We can use the following nouns in front of some uncountable nouns to show quantity:
We use somein the affirmative with plural countable nouns and with uncountable nouns.
e. g. We need some pears and some milk.
Note:We use some in the interrogative for offers or requests.
e. g. Would you like some cake?(offer)
e. g. Can I have some orange juice?(request)
e. g. There is a man. There isn’t an orange.
Is there acar?
We use any in the negative and the interrogative with both countable nouns in the plural, and uncountable nouns.
e. g. Are there any apples in the fridge? There isn’t any lemonade.
A: How much sugar do you want?
B: A kilo. (= amount)
A: How many brothers do you have?
B: Two. (=number)
1. coffee / the cup
2. Coke / the bottle
3. eggs / the fridge
4. tea / the cup
5. tomatoes / the bag
How much Coke is there in the bottle?
How many eggs are there in the fridge?
How much tea is there in the cup?
How many tomatoes are there in the bag?
I eat a little every day
Milk or dark, I just don’t mind
I’ll eat whatever I can find
Chocolate is the food of kings
There are so many chocolate things
Chocolate ice cream, chocolate pie
Chocolate treats for you to try
Chocolate, chocolate, tastes so sweet
So good to drink, so good to eat
With lots of milk and cocoa, too
I’m sure it’s very good for you
We can do something
e.g. We can spread butter
The most famous chain of fast food restaurant in Britain is “Fish & Chips”.
After today’s lesson we can:
See you tomorrow