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food & some, any

  1. 1. Dinner timeTakeaway menu -Restaurant QualityTakeaway pricesrestaurant thatsells meals to beeaten at home orsomewhere else
  2. 2. • a small amount of foodeaten at the start of ameal before the mainpartStartersSpring rolls Chicken wings Tuna saladMussels in blackbean sauce
  3. 3. • a liquid food made byboilingmeat, vegetables, etc.in waterSoupssoupChicken & sweetcorn soupVegetablebean soupHot & Sour Soup
  4. 4. • principal dish ofa mealMain courseSweet & sourchickenSliced beef &French friesRoast DuckFresh lobsterwith gingerEgg fried riceSteak & onions
  5. 5. • food suitable forlight informaleatingSnackCheese burgerGrilled sandwich andFrench friesTuna sandwich
  6. 6. • final course whichis served after themain mealDessertsChocolate cake Cherry pieFresh fruit saladPancakes Toffee appleIce cream
  7. 7. • Diet Coke (also known asDiet Coca-Cola, Coca-Colalight or Cola zero) is a sugar-free soft drink producedDiet CokeDrinks
  8. 8. Some methods of preparing food andcookingBoiled
  9. 9. Some methods of preparing food andcookingFried
  10. 10. Some methods of preparing food andcookingBaked
  11. 11. Some methods of preparing food andcookingGrilled
  12. 12. Some methods of preparing food andcookingroasted
  13. 13. How can you cook …..?• Potatoes can beroasted, grilled, baked, boiled orfried.•Potatoes
  14. 14. How can you cook …..?• Fishes can begrilled, baked, boiled or fried.•Fish
  15. 15. How can you cook …..?• Rice can be boiled or fried.•rice
  16. 16. How can you cook …..?• Beef can beboiled, grilled, roasted or fried .•beef
  17. 17. How can you cook …..?• Chicken can beboiled, grilled, roasted or fried .•chicken
  18. 18. How can you cook …..?• Egg can be boiled or fried .•egg
  19. 19. Ordering food from takeaway
  20. 20. A: Hello! Laura’s takeaway! Can I help you?B: Hello. I’d like to order for four people, please.A: What exactly would you like, madam?B: I’d like to have one roast duck, one steak andbaked potato, and two cheeseburgers andFrench friesA: Would you like anything else?B: Yes, I’d like two cherry pies and two fresh fruitsalads.
  21. 21. • A: Your address and phone number?• B: Bayanzurkh, building block-11th, bulding-9, door -38 and the number is 95125448• A: And the name?• B: Saruul.• A: Thank you.
  22. 22. Countable Nouns
  23. 23. Countable nouns are easy torecognize.• They are things that we can count.For example:an eggone eggfour eggssome eggsa few eggs
  24. 24. Uncountable Nouns
  25. 25. • We cannot divide uncountablenouns into separate elements.• We cannot "count" them.
  26. 26. For exampleSome milkA little milkTwo bottles of milkTwo liters of milk
  27. 27. Here are some more uncountablenouns• music, art, love, happiness• advice, information, news• furniture, luggage• rice, sugar, butter, water• electricity, gas, power• money
  28. 28. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A bag of sugar
  29. 29. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A loaf of bread
  30. 30. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A tub of butter
  31. 31. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A tin of sardines
  32. 32. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A jar of honey
  33. 33. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A box ofchocolate
  34. 34. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A carton of milk
  35. 35. Uncountable nouns take a singularverb and are not used with a /an.For example:This news is very important.Your luggage looks heavy.
  36. 36. Some and Any• Some and any are used withuncountable nouns and pluralcountable nouns.Example:Some milk Some potatoes
  37. 37. Some and Any• Some is normally used inaffirmative sentences.Example:There is some honey in the jar.There are some apples on the table.
  38. 38. Some and Any• Some is also used in interrogativesentences when we make an offer orrequest.Example:Would you like some coffee?
  39. 39. Some and Any• Any is usually used in interrogativeand negative sentences.Example:Have we got any sugar?There isn’t any milk left.
  40. 40. Great national dishesHaggis
  41. 41. Vocabulary• Ingredients (n) – any of the foods that arecombined to make a particular dish.• Serve (v) – to give/ offer to customer• Recipe (n) – list of ingredients and instructionson how to cook something• Typically(adv) – usually• Pot(n) – a deep round container used forcooking
  42. 42. Thank you!

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