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  • Thursday, the 20th of March Class Work The theme: “Taste and liking of different nations. Past Continuous Tense”
  • By the end of our lesson you should be able: to actively use the knowledge of the vocabulary studied on the topic; to use the Past Continuous Tense; not only to speak, but to read, listen and understand the menus in different countries, the recipes of the dishes and many other useful things.
  • Plan of our lesson. 1. Rating of cuisines in the world; 2. Game “Role play” a) presentation of the Arabic restaurant owner b) presentation of the English restaurant owner c) presentation of the Japanese restaurant owner d) presentation of the Ukrainian restaurant owner
  • TASK: I group – name the fruits and vegetables which have green color and their benefits II group – name the fruits and vegetables which have orange and yellow color and their benefits III group – name the fruits and vegetables which have red color and their benefits IV group – name the fruits and vegetables which have blue and purple color and their benefits
  • A national dish (food, cuisine) is a dish that is strongly associated with a particular country.
  • Countries with the Best Food India Mexico Italy France China 1 group – what cuisine is in the 5th place and why? 2 group – what cuisine is in the 4th place and why? 3 group – what cuisine is in the 3d place and why? 4 group – what cuisine is in the 2d place and why?
  • A Week of Groceries in Different Countries Peter Menzel photographed different families from all over the world with a week's worth of groceries. Also check out these great breakfast from all over the world!
  • Mexico
  • Great Britain
  • USA
  • Australia
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Canada
  • FRANCE
  • JAPAN
  • CHINA
  • Poland
  • Kuwait
  • Mongolia
  • Turkey
  • Mali
  • India
  • Chad
  • Ecuador
  • GUATEMALA
  • Cuisine is one of the most essential part of any country’s culture.
  • There are 262 countries in the world.
  • All in all, every man has its own taste. But we have to respect all cuisines of the world.
  • A dish that you can feed the most fastidious child. In fact, it's a fun sandwich. Slices of white bread cut into triangles, spread butter and sprinkle with colored pills (which are used to decorate pastries). Fairy Bread
  • AUSTRALIAN SALAD Light salad, cooked ham, cucumbers, boiled celery and apples, Served with orange juice and mayonnaise.
  • STEAK "MARSUPIAL" 
  • BUSH TUCKER The most Australian food - food of native aborigines, cooked over charcoal. In the course are kangaroo meat, crocodile or someone else and Australian fruit.
  • VEGEMITE
  • LAMINGTON Biscuits covered with chocolate chips and coconut
  • Latin American cuisine refers to typical foods, beverages, and cooking styles common to many of the countries and cultures in Latin America. Some items typical of Latin American cuisine include maize-based dishes and various salsas and other condiments Salsa is the Spanish term for sauce, and in English- speaking countries usually refers to the often tomato- based, hot sauces typical of Mexican cuisine Maize known in some English-speaking countries as corn
  • Sofrito, a culinary term that originally referred to a specific combination of sauteed or braised aromatics, exists in Latin American cuisine. It refers to a sauce of tomatoes, roasted bell peppers, garlic, onions and herbs.
  • Latin American beverages are just as distinct as their foods. Some of the beverages can even date back to the times of the Native Americans. Some popular beverages include mate, hibiscus tea, horchata, chicha, atole, cacao . traditional South American caffeine- rich infused drink an herbal tea consumed both hot and cold by people some recipes call for milk, and others do not. Other ingredients often include sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla may also be named corn juice beer the drink typically includes corn, water, sugar, cinnamon, vanilla and chocolate or fruit hot chocolate
  • Desserts in Latin America are generally very sweet in taste. They include dulce de leche, alfajor, rice pudding, tres leches cake, tejaand flan.
  • North American cuisine consists of foods native to or popular in countries of North America, such as  Canadian cuisine,  American cuisine,  Mexican cuisine,  Central American cuisine. North American cuisines display influence from many international cuisines, including • Native American cuisine, • Jewish cuisine, • Asian cuisine, • and especially European cuisine.
  • Apple pie is one of a number of American cultural icons. Chicken, pork and corn cooking in a barbecue smoker.
  • New York-style pizza. Blue crab was used on the eastern and southern coast of what is now the U.S. mainland.
  • Fried chicken An American hot dog
  • Canadian peameal bacon Deep fried pork skin and fat
  • Spruce beer is a beverage flavored with the buds, needles, or essence of spruce trees. Spruce beer can refer to either alcoholic or non- alcoholic beverages. Ice wine (or icewine) is a type of dessert wine produced from grapes that have been frozen while still on the vine
  • The continent of Africa is the second largest landmass on Earth, and is home to hundreds of different cultural and ethnic groups. This diversity is also reflected in the many local culinary traditions in terms of choice of ingredients, style of preparation and cooking techniques. Traditionally, the various cuisines of Africa use a combination of locally available fruits, cereal grains and vegetables, as well as milk and meat products.
  • Depending on the region, there are also sometimes quite significant differences in the eating and drinking habits and proclivities throughout the continent's many populations: Central Africa, East Africa, the Horn of Africa, North Africa, Southern Africa and West Africa Each have their own distinctive dishes, preparation techniques, and consumption mores.
  • Ful Medames, one of Egypt's national dishes, served with sliced eggs and vegetables.
  • Fufu (right) is a staple food of Central Africa, pictured with some peanut soup.
  • Kitcha fit-fit, a mainstay in Eritrean cuisine, is presented with a scoop of fresh yoghurt and topped with spice.
  • Xalwo, the Somali version of halva, is a staple of Somali cuisine.
  • Traditional South African cuisine
  • Jollof rice is a popular dish throughout West Africa
  • Beef and chicken are favorite meat dishes, but game meat preparations containing crocodile, monkey, antelope and warthog are also served occasionally.
  • Steak in particular is a common dish across the West. European cuisine, or Western cuisine, is a generalised term collectively referring to the cuisines of Europe and other Western countries The cuisines of Western countries are diverse by themselves, although there are common characteristics that distinguish Western cooking from cuisines of Asian countries and others.
  • French bread Italian pasta Home fried potatoes Polish pierogi Russian pirozhki Ukrainian borscht Italian spaghetti alla carbonara Neapolitan pizza
  • Asian cuisine styles can be broken down into several tiny regional styles that have rooted the peoples and cultures of those regions. The major types can be roughly defined as: • East Asian • Southeast Asian • South Asian • Central Asian • and Middle Eastern.
  • Peking duck, a kind of national food in China
  • Japanese sushi platter
  • Uzbek palov (pilaf)
  • Nepalese momos (a type of dumpling native to Nepal) served in a tomato-based broth
  • Chicken tikka, popular in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh Main ingredient(s) Chicken, yogurt, red chili powder, ginger and garlic paste, lemon juice
  • Appam is a type of South Indian pancake made with fermented rice batter and coconut milk
  • Persian chelow kabab is the national dish of Iran
  • Tom yam is a spicy clear soup typical in Laos and Thailand. The basic broth is made of stock and fresh ingredients such as lemon grass, kaffir lime leaves, galangal, lime jui ce, fish sauce, and crushed chili peppers.
  • İskender kebap from Turkey Main ingredient(s) thinly cut grilled lamb, tomato sauce, pitabread, melted sheep butter and yogurt
  • Playing game I am a restaurant critic You are the national cuisine restaurant owners
  • Imagine you are asked to describe Ukrainian meals in a three-minute clip for one English television company. Homework