Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson™
GM Foods Follow-Up One
Eating Out: GM Foods
This is the first follow-up to an Instant Lesson on Genetically Modified Foods (GM Foods), titled
"Please pass the GM potatoes".
A: Fill in the gaps
Use these words to fill in the gaps in the following sentence. (Do not use your dictionary:
ignore words you do not understand.)
in join and
on against other
Top TV chef ______ London restaurateur Antonio Carluccio will ______ 17 ______
members of Britain's culinary elite ______ a demonstration ______ gene foods ______
B: Eating Out Vocabulary
"Eating out" mean going out to eat a meal. Here are some other more difficult words to
do with food and restaurants. Find them in the article below then match them with their
meanings using their context in the article to help you.
a coffee shop (that often also serves
restaurateur a cook in a hotel or restaurant
culinary a restaurant
cafe connected to cooking and kitchens
eating establishment the owner/manager of a restaurant
Read the article carefully and answer the following questions:
1. How many chefs demonstrated against gene foods?
2. The fourth paragraph starts "this is imposing...". What does "this" refer to?
3. Does Greenpeace plan to help chefs in other countries do the same as the British
TEACHERS' NOTES AND ANSWER KEY
B: Eating Out Vocabulary - Answers
chef a cook in a hotel or restaurant
restaurateur the owner/manager of a restaurant
culinary connected to cooking and kitchens
a coffee shop (that often also
eating establishment a restaurant
C: Comprehension - Answers
2. The introduction of genetically engineered foods into the food chain.
3. Yes: "Although it's happening first in the UK, this is a Europe wide initiative."