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You already learnt some food vocabulary in:
· Básico 1: Unit 9A - food
· Básico 1: Unit 9B - food containers
· Básico 1: Unit 9Practical English - At a Restaurant



apple
candy
corn
hamburger
onion
sausage
banana
carrot
cucumber
juice
orange
tea
broccoli
chicken
eggplant
lettuce
potato
tomato
cake
cookies
grapes
milk
rice
watermelon






a pineapple
a kiwi
a lemon
cherries
grapes
bananas
an apple
a grapefruit
blueberries
a pear
a watermelon
plums
a strawberry
an orange
a peach





· meat:

rare-medium-well-done.jpg


· water

still mineral water (agua mineral sin gas)
still mineral water.jpg
sparking mineral water (agua mineral con gas)
sparkling mineral water.jpg


Other food:
baked potato

chips (Br.) / (french) fries (Am. Eng.)
baked potato.jpg

french-fries.jpg



vegetables.jpg

fruits.jpg
squash (calabacín, calabacita)
marrow (calabacín)

quince = membrillo



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Activities:
3Practical English - Window on Britain (FOOD) wiki.JPG



Food



MEALS VOCABULARY:



RESTAURANT VOCABULARY:







· Dialogues At a Restaurant


















Do the quiz:




At the Restaurant


GOING FOR LUNCH:





AT A BAR:





Remember, you can say:
I would like ...
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I will have ..., please.
(I'd like ...)

(I'll have ..., please.)



You may use these sentences (they are not in order):
WAITER
Welcome to Amando's. My name is Tom.
Can I get you something to drink?
I'll be right back with your drink.
Are you ready to order?
Do you need a little time to decide?
Let me tell you about our specials today. We have roasted chicken with a side of mashed sweet potatoes and sauteed spinach.
That comes with either fries or a baked potato. Which would you prefer?
Would you like fries with that, or a baked potato?
Sure. / Of course. / Certainly.
Can I get you anything else?
Enjoy your meal, sir.
How was everything?


You may practise your own dialogue using these ideas:

3Practical English diálogo restaurante.jpg




Remember, besides the vocabulary, try to include all the verb tenses and other grammar you have learnt in the dialogues you practise (look at these examples):
Present Simple
Are you ready to order?
Present Continuous
The cook is working on a new dish right now.
Past Simple
I ordered a tomato soup before, not an omellete.
Past Continuous
I was eating my soup when I found a fly.
Time Sequencers and Connectors
I was eating my soup when I found a fly.
Be going to (plans and predictions)
It's very dark today. It is going to rain.
Present Continuous (future arrangements)
I hope it doesn't rain today, I'm riding my bike to go back home.
Defining Relative Clauses
The waiter who lost your reservation will come to apologize.




Do the quiz:




Do the quiz:




Do the quiz:




Cutlery language:
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