vocabulary review cereal A food that is made from grain and eaten with milk, especially in the morning.
cheese vocabulary review A food made from milk, which can either be firm or soft and is usually yellow or white in color.
grilled vocabulary review You cook meat by putting it on a flat metal frame with bars across it, above or below strong direct heat.
Use adverbs of frequency to say how often you do something. Adverbs of frequency are often used with the present simple because they indicate repeated or routine activities. These are adverbs of frequency and include: always, usually, normally / generally, often/ frequently, sometimes, occasionally seldom / rarely, hardly ever, never
1. An adverb of frequency goes before a main verb. Subject + adverb + main verb People in South America usually eat something small.
2. An adverb of frequency goes after the verb To Be. 3. When we use an auxiliary verb (have, will, must, might, could, would, can, etc.), the adverb is placed between the auxiliary and the main verb. Subject + to be + adverb She isn't usually eat something small. Subject + auxiliary + adverb + main verb People in Russia would sometimes eat cereal with cheese.
Structure review 1. People in South America ________eat something small. 2. She isn't ________ eat something small. 3. People in Russia would ___________eat cereal with cheese. usually usually sometimes
- The main idea tells you what the story is about. - The main idea is the most important part of a story or paragraph. - The supporting details are the things that describe the main idea. - These supporting details make the main idea stronger. The title is the name of story.
Breakfast Around the World Most people eat breakfast. People in different countries eat different kinds of food for breakfast. For example, people in Vietnam and China often eat rice and soup for breakfast. In India, people like rice ,eggs, and vegetable for breakfast, but people in South America usually eat something small, such as a piece of bread. In the United States and England, people in Russia sometimes eat cereal with cheese. People all over the world drink tea or coffee for breakfast. People in Asia drink tea for breakfast, but in the U.S. and Europe people usually drink coffee. title Main idea Supporting detail
Most people eat breakfast. People in different countries eat different kinds of food for breakfast. For example, people in Vietnam and China often eat rice and soup for breakfast. In India, people like rice ,eggs, and vegetable for breakfast, but people in South America usually eat something small, such as a piece of bread. In the United States and England, people in Russia sometimes eat cereal with cheese. People all over the world drink tea or coffee for breakfast. People in Asia drink tea for breakfast, but in the U.S. and Europe people usually drink coffee.
Breakfast in Vietnam As in many parts of the Southeast Asia, there are usually not certain foods reserved for breakfast. Rice, curries, and noodle soups are popular morning foods, as are the plentiful and varied fresh fruits. For the most part in Vietnam, people make their breakfasts out of the same soups and spicy dishes that are common at other meals. Outside of the cities, many workers eat xoi, sticky rice (sometimes mixed with peanuts or mung beans) steamed in a leaf wrapper. Breakfast in China The breakfast hour in China is very early. In most areas, the foods eaten are the same as at lunch and dinner. This means, primarily a grain, often rice, which is supplemented with small amounts of vegetable and meat dishes. Tea is drunk throughout the day, although often not at meals. In Canton, dim sum, and congee in particular, can be considered primarily breakfast choices.
Breakfast in India There is great variety in cuisine, and popular breakfast foods vary from region to region. Eggs scrambled with spices, potatoes, and onions are popular in the morning, as are fresh fruits and yogurt. The Hindi breakfast dish, khichri is made with a mixture of rice, lentils, and spices. During their occupation of India, the English adopted this dish for their own, by adding smoked haddock, cream, and eggs, and renaming it, according to their phonetic translation of the original, kedgeree. Breakfast in South America The South American breakfast tends to be light in the Continental style, just a cup of coffee with plenty of milk and some bread or pan dulce (sweet bread). Medialunas, small croissants that are available either sweet or plain, are popular for breakfast. Those who prefer a less filling beverage drink tea or yerba mate. Many people follow up their light, early breakfasts with a midmorning snack. In Bolivia this snack might be something like sultanas. These are small, oval pastries that are filled with a juicy mixture of meats, peas, potatoes, chopped hard-boiled eggs, raisins, and olives.
Breakfast in the United States Americans have historically inclined toward the English tradition of substantial breakfasts, which first crossed the Atlantic with the Puritans. Over the years, as different cultures have made their culinary mark on American habits, we have put together an unusually large collection of foods associated primarily with the morning meal. In exchange, we have made our own contribution to breakfast in other countries with the concept of packaged, prepared foods. For better or worse, cereal has joined coffee, tea, eggs, and bread as a global breakfast food. Breakfast in England The British Isles are famous for multiple course breakfasts. A wide array of meats is always in evidence: bacon, sausage, grilled kidneys, mutton chops. There are also eggs in profusion, grilled tomato and mushrooms, oatmeal or cold cereal, various smoked fish, in addition to tea and coffee. Baked goods may include assorted buns, crumpets, and brown bread with butter, honey, jam, or marmalade. There is absolutely always toast.
Breakfast in Russia Some Russians do choose coffee for breakfast, but strong, hot tea is probably more popular. A variety of breads (black bread being the most associated with the country), blini, sausages, fried eggs, and cucumber pickles are also typical breakfast items. Kasha is particularly common, especially for children. The word means "cereal," and it is not made with a specific sort of grain, although Americans are most familiar with buckwheat kasha (millet, semolina, oats, or rice might also be used). It is often served with tvorog (a soft curd cheese similar to ricotta) or sour cream and sugar.
Text review Yes, he is. They are always eat bacon, sausage, grilled kidneys and mutton chops for breakfast. Yes, they are .
Does China often eat rice
- What kind of food that people in England eat? - Are eggs scrambled with spices, potatoes, and onions are popular in India?
1. Are people in different countries eat different kinds of food for breakfast? 2. Are people in Europe usually drink tea? Yes, they are. No, they aren’t Yes, they are. No, they aren’t
3. Are potatoes, eggs scrambled with spices and onions very popular in India? 4. Are many workers in China usually eat xoi, sticky rice steamed? 5. Are people in South America often eat bread, small croissants meat and boil eggs? Yes, they are. No, they aren’t Yes, they are. No, they aren’t Yes, they are. No, they aren’t
6. Have Americans historically inclined toward the English tradition of substantial breakfast? 7. Are people in England always eat bacon sausages and brown bread with butter? 8. Are people in Russia sometimes eat cereal with milk? Yes, they are. No, they aren’t Yes, they are. No, they aren’t Yes, they are. No, they aren’t