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Worksheets for food and drink
 
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Restaurant comlaint cards (747)
Twelve cards. Cut up. Students take it in turn to pick up a card. They must communicate the complaint on the card without using the underlined words.
 
 

 

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Food quiz (123)
 
 

 

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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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Food Vocabulary (285)
Multi-task worksheet. (1) Name a food for an occasion; (2) food adjectives - sweet, sour, spicy etc.
 
 

 

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Food quiz 2 (293)
The old food quiz with minor simplifications and error correction
 
 

 

 

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Food collocations quiz (312)
Nine-question multiple-choice quiz
 
 

 

 

Matching exercises for food and drinkPage top ↑
 
Food collocations quiz 2 (367)
Matching exercise for adjectives and nouns collocating with food, meal, dish, flavour, menu, plate
 
 

 



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
 

Inside Out Student's Book Intermediate book cover Inside Out Student's Book Intermediate 
Susan Kay   Vaughan Jones   
Unit 12 Basics  Pages 104 - 105
food words; adjectives; dishes;
 

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 15   Noun phrases
Food-related noun phrases: 'strong black coffee in a mug' etc.
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 58   food and meal collocations
 

Photocopiable resource books


Elementary Grammar Games book cover Elementary Grammar Games 
Jill Hadfield   
4 - Countable and uncountable nouns  Page 4 
(1) Ss arrange food cards into pilesL C and U. (2)Ss arrange food items in a kitchen picture, then describe picture to partner who has to replicate the arrangement.
25 - How much...? and How many...?  Page 25 
Pairwork. Find the differences between two pictures of food in cupboards.
 

Play Games with English Book 2 (1981-8) book cover Play Games with English Book 2 (1981-8) 
Colin Granger   John Plumb   
Spot the difference 1 page 2  Page 2 
Spot the difference with food pictures - countable and uncountable
 

Speaking / listening skills books


Real Listening & Speaking 3 book cover Real Listening & Speaking 3 
Miles Craven   
Unit 2 Can I take your coat?  Page 15 
Adejctives for describing food. Includes listening passage with waitress describing dishes on a menu
 

General English adult course resource packs


Reward Pre-Intermediate Resource Pack  book cover Reward Pre-Intermediate Resource Pack  
Sue Kay   
Progress check 11 - 15b Food, glorious food  Pages 11 - 15
Food crossword
 


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