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  • 1. Dinner timeTakeaway menu -Restaurant QualityTakeaway pricesrestaurant thatsells meals to beeaten at home orsomewhere else
  • 2. • a small amount of foodeaten at the start of ameal before the mainpartStartersSpring rolls Chicken wings Tuna saladMussels in blackbean sauce
  • 3. • a liquid food made byboilingmeat, vegetables, etc.in waterSoupssoupChicken & sweetcorn soupVegetablebean soupHot & Sour Soup
  • 4. • principal dish ofa mealMain courseSweet & sourchickenSliced beef &French friesRoast DuckFresh lobsterwith gingerEgg fried riceSteak & onions
  • 5. • food suitable forlight informaleatingSnackCheese burgerGrilled sandwich andFrench friesTuna sandwich
  • 6. • final course whichis served after themain mealDessertsChocolate cake Cherry pieFresh fruit saladPancakes Toffee appleIce cream
  • 7. • Diet Coke (also known asDiet Coca-Cola, Coca-Colalight or Cola zero) is a sugar-free soft drink producedDiet CokeDrinks
  • 8. Some methods of preparing food andcookingBoiled
  • 9. Some methods of preparing food andcookingFried
  • 10. Some methods of preparing food andcookingBaked
  • 11. Some methods of preparing food andcookingGrilled
  • 12. Some methods of preparing food andcookingroasted
  • 13. How can you cook …..?• Potatoes can beroasted, grilled, baked, boiled orfried.•Potatoes
  • 14. How can you cook …..?• Fishes can begrilled, baked, boiled or fried.•Fish
  • 15. How can you cook …..?• Rice can be boiled or fried.•rice
  • 16. How can you cook …..?• Beef can beboiled, grilled, roasted or fried .•beef
  • 17. How can you cook …..?• Chicken can beboiled, grilled, roasted or fried .•chicken
  • 18. How can you cook …..?• Egg can be boiled or fried .•egg
  • 19. Ordering food from takeaway
  • 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. • 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. Countable Nouns
  • 23. Countable nouns are easy torecognize.• They are things that we can count.For example:an eggone eggfour eggssome eggsa few eggs
  • 24. Uncountable Nouns
  • 25. • We cannot divide uncountablenouns into separate elements.• We cannot "count" them.
  • 26. For exampleSome milkA little milkTwo bottles of milkTwo liters of milk
  • 27. Here are some more uncountablenouns• music, art, love, happiness• advice, information, news• furniture, luggage• rice, sugar, butter, water• electricity, gas, power• money
  • 28. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A bag of sugar
  • 29. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A loaf of bread
  • 30. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A tub of butter
  • 31. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A tin of sardines
  • 32. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A jar of honey
  • 33. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A box ofchocolate
  • 34. Some uncountable nouns can bemade countable if we use thesewords.• A carton of milk
  • 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. Some and Any• Some and any are used withuncountable nouns and pluralcountable nouns.Example:Some milk Some potatoes
  • 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. Some and Any• Some is also used in interrogativesentences when we make an offer orrequest.Example:Would you like some coffee?
  • 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. Great national dishesHaggis
  • 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. Thank you!

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