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  3. Англійська мова
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6.1. What’s for Dinner?

p. 158, ex. 1 b). Do you like cheese? You like sausage, don’t you?

Don’t you like borsch?

Do you like varenyks?

Don’t you like hamburger?

You like Coca-Cola, don’t you?

Don’t you like steak?

Do you like ice-cream?

p. 158—159, ex. 2b). We have got a lot of tomatoes at home.

We haven't got a lot of eggs left.

We have got a little cheese left.

p. 159, ex. la), the eating habits in your family.

Traditionally, we have a three-course din­ner.

Traditionally, we have fruit for dessert. Traditionally, Mum is good at making cakes.

p. 159, ex. lb), mum’s cooking style.

My mum often cooks meat dumplings for dinner.

My mum often cooks cabbage rolls for sup­per.

p. 159, ex. 3. I think the mother enjoys a cup of coffee for dessert.

I think the father enjoys a cup of tea and a cake for dessert.

I think the son enjoys a sandwich for des­sert.

I think the daughter enjoys fruit salad for dessert.

p. 159. At Home. Traditionally, we have a three-course dinner. Mum is good at cook­ing borsch. We usually eat it on Sunday. Mum also often cooks meat dumplings for dinner. We eat them with vegetables. We usually have fruit for dessert and drink tea or coffee.

p. 160, ex. 2. 1. What did Lucy's mother cook for the first course? — Lucy’s moth­er cook for the first course Ukrainian borsch with pampushkas.

2. Why does Lucy prefer vegetables to be­gin with? — They are full of vitamins and low in calories.

3. What do they usually have for the main course? — The main course of ten consists of chops and mashed potatoes for garnish.

4. Who has a sweet tooth in Lucy's fami­ly? — Lucy has.

5. Lucy’s mother is good at cooking tradi­tional Ukrainian dishes, isn't she? — Yes, she is.

p. 160, ex. 3. Example: Lucy has a three- course dinner. Me too.

1. Lucy's dinner starts with appetizers. Me too.

2. Lucy chooses vegetables. Me too.

3. For the first course they eat Ukrainian borsch. Me too.

4. The main course often consists of con­sists of chops and mashed potatoes for gar­nish. — I usually eat chicken.

5. Alternatively they may have varenyks stuffed with cottage cheese. — We may have meat dumplings.

6. For dessert she prefers a piece of apple pie and a glass of compote or just a cup of tea. — I usually prefer fruit.

p. 161, ex. 2. A: It’s dinner time. Are you hungry?

B: Of course. I am really hungry.

A: You usually have a three-course dinner, don't you?

B: Yes. This is our traditional dinner.

A: I bet, you start with appetizers.

B: Yes, I like to begin some vegetables.

A: Don't you have a sweet tooth?

B: Yes, I have/I really love sweets and cakes.

p. 161, ex. 3. As usual, it will start with appetizers, like cucumber or cabbage salad, ham or sausage, cheese or smoked fish. I’ll certainly choose vegetables- they are full of vitamins and low in calories. For the first course it will be my mum's specialty — Ukrainian borsch with pam­pushkas, naturally, mum serves them with garlic. The main course often con­sists of chops and mashed potatoes for garnish. Alternatively, we may have va­renyks stuffed with cottage cheese. For dessert, I prefer some fruit.

p. 161, ex. VIII. Traditionally, we have a three-course dinner. Mum is good at cook­ing borsch. We usually eat it on Sunday. Mum also often cooks meat dumplings for dinner. We eat them with vegetables. We usually have fruit for dessert and drink tea or coffee.

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