5.2. Shopping for Food
p. 135, ex. 1. 1. Yes, I’d be glad to.
2. Of course. I will.
3. I’m sorry, but I can’t.
4. With pleasure.
6. Sure I will do that.
p. 136, cx. 2b). Would you like an apple? Would you like some tea?
Should I buy some milk?
Would you like this cake?
Could I help you?
p. 137, ex. la). At the grocer’s we can buy sugar, salt, tea, macaroni and things like that.
At the greengrocer’ sweeanbuya bunch of bananas/grapes a head of cabbage.
At the dairy we can buy a carton of milk/ sour cream; a container of yogurt/cottage cheese.
At the baker’s we can buy a loaf of bread a long loaf/rolls/buns.
At the confectionery we can buy a bag of cookies, a box of sweets, a bar of chocolate. At the butcher’s we can buy a kilo of meat/ poultry, a can of meat.
At the grocer’s we can buy a package of sugar/tea/salt, a kilo of macaroni/rice/ buckwheat, a bag of flour, p. 138, ex. 3. We should go to the greengrocer’s and to the butcher’s if we want to cook Ukrainian borsch.
We should go to the greengrocer’s and to the butcher’s if we want to cook and to the dairy if we want to cook meat salad.
We should go to the greengrocer’s if we want to cook cabbage rolls.
We should go to the greengrocer’s and to the grocer’s if we want to cook an apple pie.
p. 138, ex. VI. Canadians visit the grocer s, the greengrocer's, the dairy, the baker's once a week. Children like to shop at the confectionary. They usually buy maple syrup which they like to eat with pancakes or bread. Sometimes they buy a butter tart or chocolates. For some Canadians many products are high priced that’s why they do the shopping at the market place. They believe the quality of products is higher there and the prices are lower.
|Things to buy||Department|
|a long loaf||at the baker’s|
|a bag of flour||at the grocer’s|
|a bar of chocolate||at the confectionery|
p. 140, ex. 1. Don't get lost at the supermarket. Take a shopping cart, look around and read the names of the departments. Then choose the products, put them into the shopping cart and go to the cash-desk. For some Canadians many products are high priced that's why they do the shopping at the market place. They believe the quality of products is higher there and the prices are lower. Besides, you shouldn't stand in a line. There is a special market day in every town and village.
p. 140, ex. 2. A: Hey, Ben, how often do you do food shopping?
B: As for me I do it twice a week.
A: Is it common to visit a supermarket? What department do you prefer?
B: Sometimes I do shopping at the baker’s and sometimes at the dairy. And what about you?
A: As a rule, we go to the nearest shop. The products are cheaper and there are not many people.
B: Do you like markets?
A: Not at all, but sometimes I go there.
B: I go there on a Market Day. All the products are fresh and the prices are lower.
A: To each his own.
p. 140, ex. 2. We can buy sugar at the grocer’s.
We can buy bread at the baker.
We can buy milk at the dairy.
We can buy meat at the butcher’s.
We can buy fruit at the greengrocer’s.