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  1. Read the text; look at the picture and the numbers in the text with the letters in the picture. Do you always lay the table for guests like this?



How to Lay the Table


First you spread the table cloth and put the plates. Then you take soup spoons for the soup, spoons for the sweet and all the knives and forks. You should put the knife and the soup spoon on the right of plate and the fork on the left. On the left of each guest you put a small plate for bread and on the right – a glass. Don’t forget to put out the table napkins for each guest.


  1. Parents often teach their children table manners. Are table manners the same all over the world? Read and compare the different attitudes to these table manners: plates, noises, hands. What are they in Russia?



Table Manners


Table manners are very different in different countries. For example, in Britain, you mustn’t lift your soup plate to your mouth. In Japan, however, lifting your plate to your mouth is a traditional way of drinking your soup. And in Japan you needn’t worry about making a noise when you drink it. It shows that you are enjoying the food. That’s not true in Britain.

In Britain people don’t put their hands on the table at all during a meal. In Mexico however guests keep their hands on the table throughout a meal. But in Arab countries we really must be attentive about what we do with our hands. You see, in Arab countries you mustn’t eat with your left hand. This is very-very impolite.

So what should you do if you visit another country? Well, you needn’t worry. Look at your host and hostess and try do as they do.



  1. Do a quiz. Fill in the blanks with the correct word.



1. Orange juice is a _____.

a) drink b) soup c) meal

2. Pizza is a favourite dish in _______.

a) France b) Spain c) Italy

3) Breakfast is a ______ meal.

a) evening b) night c) morning

4) Porridge is eaten in _______.

a) France b) Spain c) Britain

5) Hamburger is _______.

a) fish and chips b) a chop in a bun c) a sausage in a bread

6) Yorkshire pudding is a _____.

a) dish b) bus station c) street in London

7) Varenyky is a _______.

a) dessert b) first course c) second course

8) Pork is _______.

a) fish b) fruit c) meat



  1. Read the text.

Tea-Leaves


Many years ago tea was unknown in European countries. Many people didn’t even know the word tea, though drinking tea was very popular in the East. Once a young sailor came back from India. He was the only son of an old woman and every time he returned to Great Britain from a far-away country he brought his mother a gift. Of course, he tired to bring her something unusual, that she could show to her friends. This time he brought her a box of tea. The old woman didn’t know anything about tea, but she liked the smell, and invited all her friends to come and try it.

When her guests arrived, she invited them to the dining table. The old woman treated them to cakes and fruit and tea-leaves.

When the sailor entered the room and saw a big plate filled with tea-leaves, he understood everything. He smiled when he saw his mother’s friends eating tea-leaves with butter and salt. They pretended they like it, but it was clear they didn’t enjoy eating the leaves.

Where is the tea, Mother?” the sailor asked. His mother pointed to the plate in the middle of the table. “No, this is only the leaves of the tea”, the sailor said. “Where is the water?”

The water?!” his mother said. “I threw the water away, of course”.


  1. Match waiter’s questions and visitors’ answers :

  • Questions:

1. What would you like to drink?

2. Is everything OK?

3. Can I bring you anything else?

4. Are you ready to order?

5. Smoking or nonsmoking?

6. Do you want separate checks?

7. How many are you?

8. Do you want a table near the window?


* Answers:

a) Six.

b) One check would be fine

c) No, thank you.

d) Nonsmoking.

e) At the window, please.

f) Everything is all right.

g) Mineral water and juice,

please.

h) Just a minute, please.



  1. Remember the phrases.

  • to eat decent food at reasonable price

  • to take someone for lunch on business

  • to eat on the run

  • to experience the dishes

  • to be in a hurry

  • to have a snack


Прилично поесть по разумной цене

Пригласить кого-либо на бизнес-ланч

Поесть на бегу

Попробовать блюда

Спешить

перекусить


  1. MAKE UP DIALOGUES :

It’s time for dinner already. Let’s go to the nearest café.

2. What do they usually serve for dinner?

3. They have a wide choice of sandwiches, salads, meat and fish dishes.

4. I would recommend our specialties-roast duck and goulash. Would you like soup?

5. Two clear soups. And two helping of roust duck.

6. As for me, I’ll take some salad.

7. If there are any fish courses on the menu?

8. We have stuffed pike, salmon and fish in aspic.

9. I shall take a jellied fish, potato soup and pork chop with vegetables.

10. Will you have anything for drink?




  1. Fill the gaps with the words from the box.


fry, carefully, take, pan, put, wash


  1. 5oo g of fish. 2. it. 3. Then slice it …. 4. Then fish on the hot , add some salt, oil and it. 5. Wait till the fish starts having a golden cover.


  1. Read the text and answer the questions.


Meals in Britain

Since the 1970's eating habits in Britain have undergone a change. People have been encouraged by doctors, health experts and government advertisements to eat less fat and more fibre. Fat is believed to be one of the major causes of obesity and heart disease. Forty per cent of adults in Britain are overweight and Britain has one of the highest death rates due to cardiovascular disease in the world. Britons have also become more aware of calories, the energy value of food. Some people count the number of calories they eat every day, so that they can try to take in fewer calories and lose weight. Food manufactures have started to help the general public to make more informed choices about what they eat.

So the traditional British breakfast is bacon, eggs or sausages, preceded by fruit and followed by toasts. Britons may eat this breakfast at weekends or on special occasions but prefer a smaller and healthier meal to start a day. Lunch is a light meal and is eaten at school or work. Lunch takes 40 minutes. Dinner is usually the main meal of the day and consists of two courses.

In recent years, foreign foods have become a regular part of the British diet. Indian and Chinese dishes are particularly popular for evening meals. Take-aways became extremely popular in the 1980's. The traditional British take-away is fish and chips eaten with salt and vinegar and served in an old newspaper. The British are famous r their love of sweet things and afternoon tea with sandwiches; scones, jam and several kinds of cake, was once a traditional custom. Most working people don't have tea as an afternoon "meal", but they do have a short break in the middle of the afternoon for a cup of tea. Tea is often also drink with lunch and dinner.


Questions:

1. Eating habits in Britain have undergone a change, haven't they?

2. Why do some of people count the number of calories they eat?

3. What is the traditional British breakfast?

4. What do the British have for the main meal of the day?

5. What are Britons famous for?


Vocabulary:

fat - жир

fibre - грубая пища

obesity - ожирение

cardiovascular disease - сердечно-сосудистое заболевание­

to be aware of - быть осведомленным

scone – лепешка



10. Make up the words.



C, N, E, H, K, I, C

R, A, E, P

P, L, P, A, E

U, I, E, C, J

M, O, T, A, T, O

S, I, F, H

E, H, S, E, C, E

F, E, C, E, O, F

R, G, O, N, E, A

N, A, A, B, N, A

K, I, L, M

C, W, S, D, A, I, N, H

M, E, U, C, R, C, B, U

L, U, P, M


11. Make up three-four questions and ask your classmates.


What kind of

Which kinds of

soup

pies

sandwiches

desserts

drinks

fruit



do you like

would you like


for breakfast?

for dinner?



12. Read the text and the statements below. Are those statements true or false?


What is your favourite food? Some people love pizza. Some people love ice cream. Not many would say broccoli is their food.

But you can’t eat only pizza and ice cream all the time. You also need fruits, vegetables, and other kinds of foods. Water is also very important for your body.

You need all kinds of foods to keep your body strong and healthy. Nutrionists (scientists who study food and nutrition) say you should eat grains, such as bread, pasta, and cereal. You should eggs, milk, cheese, and other dairy products. You should not eat too many foods with lots of fats or sugars.

You need to eat some of each of these different kinds of foods to get chemicals called nutrients. Carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water are nutrients.


  1. The text describes the right food to eat.

  2. Everybody loves pizza.

  3. To be healthy you should eat only fruits and vegetables.

  4. To be healthy we need different kinds of food.

  5. Scientists who study food and nutrition are called nutrionists.

  6. Eating foods with lots of fats and sugars is not bad for one’s health.

  7. Milk and cheese are dairy products.













13. Read the text and complete the gaps.


Table Manners


Table _______(1)_are very different in different countries. For example, in Britain, you mustn’t lift your __(2)___ plate to your mouth. In Japan, however, lifting your plate to your mouth is a __(3)______ way of drinking your soup. And in Japan you needn’t worry about making a noise when you drink it. It shows that you are ____(4)_____ the food. That’s not true in Britain.

In Britain people don’t put their hands on the table at all during a meal. In __(5)_____ however guests keep their hands on the table throughout a meal. But in Arab countries we really must be __(6)_____about what we do with our hands. You see, in Arab countries you mustn’t eat with your left hand. This is very-very__(7)_____.

So what should you do if you visit another country? Well, you needn’t__(8)____. Look at your host and hostess and try do as they do.


KEYS:



  1. manners 5 Mexico

  2. soup 6 attentive

  3. traditional 7 impolate

  4. enjoying 8 worry


14. Read the text and write if the statements true or false.


  1. The text describes the right food to eat.

  2. Everybody loves pizza.

  3. To b healthy you should eat only fruits and vegetables.

  4. To be healthy we need different kinds of food.

  5. Scientists who study food and nutrition are called nutrionists.

  6. Eating foods with lots of fats and sugars is not bad for one’s health.

  7. Milk and cheese are dairy products.


KEYS:

1. true 2 false 3 false 4 true 5 true 6 false 7 true


15. Read the text and answer the question.


Do you know where potato chips came from?


George Crumb, an American Indian, who was the chef in a restaurant in New York in the 19 th century had a visitor who didn’t like his fried potatoes. The visitor repeated that the slices of potatoes were very thick. George Crumb didn’t know what to do but he cut the slices very thin and fried them in very much oil. The guest liked it very much. The dish called potato chips became famous all over the world.



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