Book p.44. Unit 4. Favourite Foods and Drink. Book p.44. “Let’s read about favorite foods of people around the world,” said Mrs. Chan. Favorite Foods Around the World
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Favourite Foods and Drink
“Let’s read about favorite foods of people around the world,” said Mrs. Chan.
Favorite Foods Around the World
People from different countries have their own favorite foods. These foods may be very different, but they are all delicious. This is because, when people cook the same type of food every day, they often become experts at doing it .
Rice is an important part of the Asian diet ,but people from different countries have come up with many ways of cooking rice .For example, China is famous for its fried rice and porridge while Japan is well known for sushi.
People living in western countries often eat bread. Americans love hot dogs while the French prefer croissant. They may both be bread, but they taste very different.
In some countries, beef dishes are very popular. In New Zealand, roast beef with vegetables is an all-time favorite. Australians also love all sorts of beef dishes like steak pies.
Mrs. Chan took her class on a picnic to the park .”Great! Everyone has brought lunch-boxes!” exclaimed Mrs. Chan. “What have you got in your lunch-boxes?”
I’ve got burgers in mine.
I’ve got croissants in mine. What's in yours?
I wonder what’s in theirs.
Pierre has got croissants in his and Florence has got burgers in hers.
Let’s share the noodles and dim sum in ours with them.
Mrs. Chan asked some of the children about their families’ eating habits.
Where does your familyusuallyeat at the weekend?
Wealwayseat at restaurants at the weekend.
What do youusuallyeat at restaurants?
We always order dim sum.
Sometimes we have rice and noodles.
Do you parents ever cook?
My parentsnevercook on weekdays ,but theysometimes make porridge at the weekend.
What about you? Do you also dine out at the weekend?
My family is different. We seldom dine out at the weekend. My mother is a great cook so we often eat her home-made dishes.
Words that show how often something happens
All the time
Not at all
We add --- erto the end of some words to compare twothings.
The strawberries are sweet but the grapes aresweeter.
For some words, we repeat the last letter before adding—er to the end of the words.
The honeydew melons are big but the watermelons are bigger.
Watch out for words ending with y ! For these words, we drop theyand add –ier to the end of the words.
The pears look so juicy but the peaches look juicier.
We add more in front of some words to compare two things.
The apples are beautiful but the cherries are more beautiful.
I think I will have a slice of pizza and a glass of iced lemon tea.
May I take your order?
Could I have a plate of fried rice, a bowl of soup and a cup of tea, please?
Shall we share a jug of fruit juice?
The next day, Mrs. Chan asked the class to create a menu of their favorite food. Polly and Richland came up with their menu for day.
Breakfast: A bowl of porridge
A cup of tea
Lunch : A plate of seafood fried rice
Dinner : A glass of water
Dessert : A slice of chocolate
Breakfast : A piece of cheese
A glass of milk
Lunch : A slice of pizza
Dinner : A plate of spinach pasta
A glass of orange juice
Dessert : A box of cookies
Let’s make a survey form and pass it around for them to complete.
.I wonder what our classmates like to eat and drink.
what the survey is about.
people what to do.
Column labels help to
organizes the survey.
The byline show who
the survey is done by.
We use guide words to find words in a dictionary. The first guide word shows us the first dictionary entry on the page. The second guide word shows us the last entry on the page.
So `delicious’ is on the page with the guide words `defrost’ and `delighted’ !
First guide word
Second guide word