Unit 3. Food
Ex. 2 p. 53
I like cheese sandwiches for lunch best.
I prefer a glass of orange juice.
I quite like chicken curry.
Omelette is OK.
I don’t like milk at all.
I don’t usually have porridge for breakfast.
Ex. 4 p. 53
1 — True; 2 — False; 3 — True; 4 — False.
Ex. 5 p. 54
Countable nouns: a bowl of cereal, a glass of orange juice, a cheese or sausage sandwich, an apple, a banana, meat balls, a plate of soup, a sausage roll, a packet of juice, crisps, sweets, buiscuits.
Uncountable nouns: cereal, toast, jam, tea, milk, mashed potatoes, fruit.
Ex. 7 p. 54
In my family we have four meals a day: breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper. I usually have breakfast at a quarter to eight. I have got a bowl of cereal with fruit and drink a cup of tea with a cheese sandwich. Sometimes I drink a glass of orange juice.
Ex. 1 p. 54
For breakfast she has got a bowl of cereal, some toast with jam and a glass of orange juice.
For lunch she has got a plate of soup, fish with mashed potatoes and vegetables and a glass of mineral water.
For dinner she has got chicken with chips and salad, a piece of cake and a cup of tea.
Her menu is healthy. But cake and chips are not healthy.
Ex. 2 p. 55
1. C; 2. E; 3. A; 4. B.
Ex. 3 p. 55
I. Alex; 2. Alex; 3. Alex;
4. Jane; 5. Jane; 6. Alex.
Ex. 4 p. 56
1. a lot of; 2. much; 3. many; 4. a lot of. 5. A lot of; 6. much.
Ex. 5 p. 56
1. Ann: Do you have any fruit?
Mum: Yes. We have grapes and bananas.
Ann: I’d like a banana, please.
Mum: Here you are.
Ann: Thank you.
2. Dan: Do we have any more tomatoes?
Mum: No, we don’t. I’ll get some more when I go shopping.
3. Alex: How do you like pears?
Jane: They’re delicious.
Ex. 6 p. 56
I like fruit very much. They are tasty and useful. Bananas and pears are the favourite ones. Pears grow here, but bananas don’t. My parents buy them in the supermarket.
Ex. 2 p. 57
A: What shall I do with the onions?
B: Peel them first andthenchop them. A: What shall I do with the potatoes? B: Peel them first, then boil and mash them.
A: What shall I do with the pepper?
B: Wash it first and then chop it.
A: What shall I do with the meat?
B: Slice it first and then grill it.
A: What shall I do with the beetroot? B: Wash it first and then bake it.
A: What shall I do with the mushrooms?
B: Slice them first and then fry them.
Ex. 4 p. 58
1. b); 2. c); 3. b); 4. a).
Ex. 5 p. 58
Ann: I’m hungry. Let’s make some egg sandwiches.
Dan: OK. I think we’ve got some eggs. How many eggs do you need?
Ann: Two. Have we got any cheese or tomatoes?
Dan: Yes, we have got some cheese and tomatoes. But how much cheese and how many tomatoes do we need?
Ann: 100 grams of cheese and two tomatoes.
Dan: Is there any ketchup?
Ann: There is some ketchup, but not much.
Dan: Oh, no! I love ketchup.
Ann: It’s OK, Dan. I’ll go and buy some.
Ex. 6 p. 59
Our mother’s birthday was coming and we wanted to make a surprise for her. We decided to make fruit salad. We peeled a banana and chopped it. Then we added some strawberries and grapes. We decorated it with some cream and grated chocolate.
Ex. 7 p. 59
Our sister’s birthday was coming and we decided to make it a special day for her. We cooked a lot of dishes. There were several kinds of pizza, different salads, mashed potato, cabbage rolls and varenyky.
Ex. 1(b) p. 60
1. True; 2. False; 3. False; 4. True.
Ex. 3 p. 60 A: May I help you?
B: Yes. I’d like the mushroom soup, please.
A: What kind of salad would you like? B: I’ll have a cucumber salad.
A: Anything to drink?
B: Yes. I’ll have a glass of orange juice. A: I’d like a sandwich.
B: What do you want on it?
A: Tuna fish, please.
Ex. 4 p. 61
What would you like for the main course?
What soup do you prefer?
What are your favourite vegetables and fruit?
What do you like for dessert?
What’s your favourite drink?
Ex. 5 p. 61
Thanks for your letter. In this letter, I would like to tell you about our school meals. I usually have breakfast at home but I have lunch at school. I prefer to have some fruit and a cheese sandwich. Sometimes I have a piece of cake. I usually drink orange juice or mineral water. We have got a very nice canteen and they cook tasty food here.
Please, write soon and tell me all your news.
Ex. 1 p. 62
1. dinner; 2. favourite; 3. cabbage leaves; 4. rice; 5. sour cream; 6. cook; 7. delicious; 8. recipe.
Ex. 2 p. 62
Kim: What day is it today?
Jane: It’s Friday.
Kim; Friday? Great. I love Fridays. Jane: Really?
Kim: Yes, Ido. We always have potato pancakes with sour cream on Fridays. I think it’s my favourite dish.
Jane: What — potato pancakes?
Kim: Yes, these are pancakes made of grated potatoes, eggs and flour. You can eat them with sour cream.
Ex. 4 a) p. 63
What is your favourite national dish? Who usually cooks it?
What do you need to cook it?
What is your mother’s favourite recipe?
Ex. 5 p. 64
To make vegetable salad take 2 tomatoes, 2 cucumbers and some spring onion. First, wash the vegetables, then peel the cucumbers and slice them. Next, chop the tomatoes. After that wash some spring onion and chop them. Finally mix the vegetables and sprinkle with some salt. The salad is tasty with sour cream.
Ex. 6 p. 64
1. lives; 2. decided; 3. liked; 4. joined; 5. got; 6. became; 7.don’teat; 8. don’t drink; 9. make; 10. make; 11. have; 12. can make.
Ex. 1 p. 65
1. meals; 2. breakfast; 3. marmalade; 4. eggs; 5. milk; 6. cup; 7. lunch; 8. chips; 9. lemonade; 10. packed lunch; 11. tea; 12. roll; 13. dinner; 14. plate; 15. chicken.
Ex. 2 p. 65
1. F; 2. F; 3. F; 4. F; 5. F; 6. T.
Ex. 3 p. 66
Countable: roll, eggs, potatoes, beans, carrots, cabbage, peas.
Uncountable: lemonade, tea, chicken, marmalade, milk, porridge, bread, butter.
Ex. 5 p. 66
I like varenyky for breakfast. As for drinks, I prefer orange juice.
For lunch I prefer sausages with potatoes and vegetables.
For dinner I usually have some meat with pasta and salad.
Ex. 6 p. 66
Mr. Parker likes a big English breakfast. He has some cereal, eggs and a glass of milk.
He usually has some soup, meat and chips and fruit for lunch.
For dinner he has some fish with vegetables.
Ex. 1 p. 67
Carrots, cereals, eggs, grapes, lemons, onions, apples, potatoes, cucumbers.
Ex. 2 p. 67
1. how much; 2. any; 3. some; 4. any; 5. some; 6. some; 7. how many.
Ex. 3 p. 67
Came, ordered, told, didn’t like, were, was, went, took, cut, put, came, said, were, became.
Ex. 4 p. 67
1. b); 2. c); 3. c); 4.b).
Ex. 5 p. 68
1. D; 2. E; 3. C; 4. B; 5.A.
Ex. 6 p. 68
Our family big meal is usually in the evening at about seven o’clock. My parents and I always have two courses. We usually have some soup or a bowl of borshch to begin with. The main course is either meat or fish with rice, potatoes or pasta or some vegetable salad. We enjoy fruit for dessert.
Ex. 7 p. 68
Could you, please, cook chicken curry for dinner tonight? If there is anything you want me to buy, I can do the shopping.
P. 69. Extensive reading Ex. 3 p. 70
1. George planned to have a picnic by the river.
2. George packed a basket with some sandwiches, cupcakes, and lemonade.
3. The basket was getting heavier all the time because animals came along with their food.
4. Rabbits would have carrots; bears would have three large jars of honey; monkeys would have two large bunches of bananas.
5. The friends got to the picnicking place on the elephant’s back.
6. The elephant ate George’s, the rabbits’, the bears’, and the monkeys’ food.
Ex. 4 p. 70
He — George, we — the rabbits, we — George and the rabbits, we — the bears, he — George, I — an elephant, you — George, the rabbits, the bears, the monkeys, they — George, the rabbits, the bears, the monkeys.
Ex. 5 p. 70
[k]: picnic, packed, came, asked, could, back.
[s]: basket, some, set, said, so, course, carrots.
[a]: come, some, cupcakes, honey, somehow, much.
[a:]: ask, afternoon, basket, jars, large.
Ex. 6 p. 70
Countable nouns: afternoon, basket, cupcakes, sandwiches, carrots, bananas.
Uncountable nouns: lemonade, food, honey.
Ex. 7 p. 71
1 — her, 2 — I, 3 — carrots, 4 — was, 5 — jars, 6 — much
Ex. 8 p. 71
One day my friends and I decided to go for a picnic. It was Sunday and the weather was fine. We took sandwiches, fruit and some juice. We came to the river bank and stayed there until it was getting dark. We swam a lot and played volleyball. It was great.