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PHONETIC EXERCISES [p] – plum, pear, apple [t] – nut, tomato, carrot [ei] – cake, grape, cocktail [i:] – pea, sweet, meat [ʤ] – jam, juice, cabbage
The appetite comes with eating.
Let’s check your “My future school canteen”
READ AND CHOOSE 1) The rabbit likes ... a)ham b)fish 2) The bird likes … a)sweets c)cabbage 3)The bear likes … b)lemon c)ice-cream 4) The cat likes … a)apple b)jam c)carrot b)corn a)honey c)milk
Fast food restaurants Fast food restaurants are popular all over the world. In Britain also there are Fast food restaurants. The food we eat there is hamburgers and cheeseburgers, a pie and milkshake and coke. These restaurants are not ordinary ones. There aren’t any waiters. You order your food at the counter and pay for at the same time. You get your food in a bag or a box. There are no plates, knives, forks or spoons there. You eat with your fingers. Drinks are in a plastic bag. You eat your meal then you throw bags and boxes and cups away. …
It is made from corn. But what about the first part of the word “pop”. Actually, when you put a kernel of corn on a fire, the water inside makes the corn explode. This makes a “pop” noise. That is why we call it popcorn.
Hotdog The original name of the hot dog was the frankfurter, after the German city of Frankfurt. In the United States frankfurters, sausages on buns, were first sold in the 1860s. But for Americans the name “dachshund sausage” seemed to be a good one for the frankfurter. In actual fact, a dachshund is a dog from Germany with a very long body and short legs.
The Hamburger has no connection to ham, but with the German town of Hamburg, which was famous for its ground steak. German immigrants to the United States introduced the “hamburger steak”. At the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904, hamburger steaks were served on buns for the first time. It was convenient and tasty and became a usual way of eating hamburgers.
The world famous fresh drink Coca-Cola first was an all-purpose medicine, made in 1886 by a druggist from Atlanta, who made a brown syrup by mixing coca leaves and cola nuts. The syrup wasn’t a success and then another druggist, Jacobs, had an idea of selling Coca-Cola as a soda fountain drink. He mixed the syrup with soda water.
Traditional American Food Salad Fried chicken Fried potatoes
Grammar: Would like [wud] I would like – Мен …. қалаймын; What would you like? – Не қалайсыз? Here you are – Мінекейіңіз! Алыңыз! What would you like? I would like a hamburger. Here you are?
menu Fruit salad Vegetable salad Yoghurt Orange juice Tea Mineral water Chocolate Kumis Besbarmak
Compare! Analyze! Decide! Ordinary restaurants Waiters You eat with spoon, fork, knife Expensive Wait the order Fast food restaurants No waiters You use your fingers Cheep Fast
How to order at a cafe or a restaurant Watching video lesson
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Ex-18, p- 72. Write a dialogue about restaurants.
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