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food and drink

See also:
skills: dieting
skills: eating out / restaurants
vocabulary: food and drink
vocabulary: restaurants
skills: drinking
 
worksheets (3)
book references (10)
video (1)
audio (12)
pictures (1)
 


Worksheets for food and drink
 
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Describing food game (135)
Students take it in turns to read out descriptions of well known dishes. Others have to guess the dish.
 
 

 

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Quantity find someone who (312)
Topic of food and health
 
 

 

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Describing food game (Google version) (584)
Students take it in turns to read out descriptions of well known dishes. Others have to guess the dish.
 
 

 

 

Audio for food and drinkPage top ↑
 
Interview: a former chef (52)
A woman who used to be a chef talks about her experiences working in restaurants
 
 

 

Interview: types of sushi (53)
Japanese man talks about ordering sushi in restaurnats
 
 

 

Interview: a Brit on British food (54)
Ex pat Brit talks about food from home he misses
 
 

 

 
 

 

Interview: lunch (57)
Woman talks about her lunch preferences (eating out)
 
 

 

Interview: healthy drinks (59)
Canadian woman talks about her favourite drinks and their health benefits
 
 

 

Interview: Italian food (60)
Woman talks about different kinds of Italian food
 
 

 

Interview: a former baker talks (61)
...about baking BREAD! Routine, likes and dislikes
 
 

 

Interview: New Zealand food (62)
New Zealander talks about home favourites
 
 

 

Planning a meal (115)
An Australian and a Mexican discuss the ingredients they need to buy for a Mexican meal.
 
 

 

Sweet or savoury? (673)
Vox pops: Do you prefer sweet or savoury food?
 
 

 

Coffee or tea? (680)
Vox pops: What is best - coffee or tea?
 
 

 

 

Video for food and drinkPage top ↑
 
EF podenglish : diet (45)
Intermediate level teaching video with people talking about their diets.
 
 

 

 

Pictures for food and drinkPage top ↑
 
Slide show - famous dishes (108)
1. Paella 2. Borsch 3. Felafel 4. Tiramisu 5. Chicken Tikka 6 and 7. Haggis 8. Wurst and sauerkraut
 
 

 



Book references for food and drinkPage top ↑
 

General English course books (adults)


Inside Out Student's Book Advanced book cover Inside Out Student's Book Advanced 
Ceri Jones   Tania Bastow   
Unit 2 Taste  Pages 14 - 15  food
Students associate food with different situations and then listen to others doing the same
Unit 2 Taste  Page 17   A taste for travel
Four speakers talk about food in countries they have visited. Language for expressing enthusiasm and reservations
 

Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate book cover Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate 
Vaughan Jones   Susan Kay   
Unit 13 Home  Page 124 
Speaking : morning routines; breakfast Listening : different breakfasts from various countries.
 

New Inside Out Student's Book Advanced book cover New Inside Out Student's Book Advanced 
Ceri Jones   Tania Bastow   
Unit 2 Taste  Page 14   food associations
Speaking: If you were a food, what would you be? Listening: different speakers say what food associations certain situations have for them
Unit 2 Taste  Page 20   describing dishes
Four speakers talk about food in countries they've visited. Intonation for expressing enthusiasm and reservation.
 

New Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate book cover New Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate 
Susan Kay   Vaughan Jones   
Unit 6 Eat  Page 60   Is it time to give up meat
Unit 6 Eat  Page 62   Wasted food
Magazine article: What a waste. Throwaway Britain wastes GBP 9bn of food every year.
 

Speaking / listening skills books


Real Listening & Speaking 3 book cover Real Listening & Speaking 3 
Miles Craven   
Unit 2 Can I take your coat?  Pages 14 - 17
Language for ordering and describing food and drink, deciding who pays and complaining. Understanding (spoken) restaurant reviews
 

General English adult course resource packs


Reward Intermediate Resource Pack book cover Reward Intermediate Resource Pack 
Susan Kay   
26 Mixed recipes  Page 26 
Ss write recipes in pairs etc, then exchange recipes (without the name of the dish shown) and guess the dish.
 

Reward Pre-Intermediate Resource Pack  book cover Reward Pre-Intermediate Resource Pack  
Sue Kay   
35 Meal-times  Page 35 
Questionnaire about eating habits. Students question their partners and then make statements contrasting eating habits
 


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