1. complete the puzzles with the types of food in each picture.
1) bread 2) apples 3) pasta 4) cheese 5) cucumber
6) sausages 7) tomatoes 8) lettuce 9) pineapple
10) onions 11) carrots 12) melon
2. Complete the shopping lists. Use a, e, i, o and u.
1) beef 2) lamb 3) mushrooms 4) rice 5) sandwiches
6) crisps 7) strawberries 8) olives 9) chicken
10) lemons 11) peppers 12) prawns
3. Listen to four couples in the supermarket. Match three of the couples with the shopping lists (A-C) in exercise 2. (One couple does not match any of the lists.)
1) Jack and Mary: List ________.
2) Leo and Darcy: List ________.
3) Arthur and Megan: List ________.
4) Finley and Amber: List ________.
1) B 2) (does not match any of the lists) 3) A 4) C
4. Listen again. What does the other couple buy? Write the four food items.
fish, potatoes, peas, cheese
1 Jack and Mary
Jack Come on, hurry up. We need to buy some lunch quickly.
Mary I know, I know. Where are the snacks?
j Over here, come on. So, here are the sandwiches.
m OK. Two sandwiches. And some crisps?
j Yes, great. Ooh ___ and olives.
m I don’t like olives.
j Well I do. You can choose something different.
m Strawberries! They look really nice.
j OK! Let’s go!
2 Leo and Darcy
Leo What do we need? What’s for dinner?
Darcy We need fish. It’s over here.
l What else? Potatoes?
d Yes, potatoes. And we need a vegetable.
l Potatoes are a vegetable!
d A green vegetable!
l OK. Peas?
d Fine. Get some peas. Oh, and we need cheese too.
l Cheese? With fish?
d No. The cheese is for your sandwiches tomorrow.
3 Arthur and Megan
Megan What are you planning for dinner?
Arthur Curry, I think. I need lamb – and beef.
m Lamb and beef?
a For two different dishes, yes.
m Is that all?
a No, I need mushrooms too.
m OK. They’re over there, with the vegetables.
a And rice.
m OK, let’s get the rice first. Then the mushrooms.
4 Finley and Amber
Amber What do we need for the barbecue?
Finley We need chicken. It’s here, look.
a And what about some other meat?
f This beef looks nice.
a OK. We have to get some peppers too, one of each colour.
f And we have to buy prawns. I love prawns on a barbecue!
a Me too.
f We need lemons, of course. You can’t have prawns without lemons.
a OK, where are the lemons?
f The fruit is over there, by the door. Come on!
5. Listen to the phone call in a hotel. Which breakfast does the guest order? Tick the correct picture.
Waiter Can I help you?
Guest Oh, hello. Can I order some breakfast, please?
W Of course. What can I get for you?
g Some cereal, please. With milk.
W Certainly. Anything else?
g Yes. Can I have some toast?
W Toast. Yes. With butter and jam?
g Yes, please.
W Any eggs?
g Eggs? No, thank you. Just cereal and toast.
W And would you like some tea or some coffee?
g No, thanks. Just orange juice.
6. What do you usually have for breakfast? Describe it.
On school days, I usually have _________
At weekends, I usually have _________
your own answer
1. Circle the word that is different
1) apples onion pineapple strawberries
2) carrots mushrooms peas prawns
3) beef chicken eggs lamb
4) bread milk pasta rice
5) crisps cucumber lettuce tomatoes
6) butter cheese fish yoghurt
1) onion 2) prawns 3) eggs 4) milk 5) crisps 6) fish
2. Complete the sentences with the words below.
chef customers fork knife menu service tray waiter
1) The __________ was bad, because the waiters were very slow, so we aren’t leaving a tip.
2) I can’t cut this meat because I haven’t got a __________
3) I can’t eat salad because I haven’t got a __________
4) Let’s ask the __________ for the bill.
5) That restaurant always has a lot of __________ It’s very popular.
6) Would you like to see the dessert __________?
7) Please tell the __________ that the fish was excellent.
8) We often have dinner on a __________ in front of the TV.
1) service 2) knife 3) fork 4) waiter 5) customers
6) menu 7) chef 8) tray
3. Match the first parts of the sentences (1-8) with the second parts (a-h).
1) Let’s leave
2) Can we see
3) Is everything
4) Would you like
5) Can we have a
6) I’d like
7) Can we
8) Does it include
a table for two, please?
c some water, please.
d OK for you?
e a tip.
f have the bill, please?
g a coffee or a tea?
h the menu, please?
1) e 2) h 3) d 4) g 5) a 6) c 7) f 8) b
4. Complete the invitations with the phrases below.
can make it can you bring celebrate birthday
I’m planning put it would you like
1) _________ a sleepover at house on Friday night with some friends.
2) _________ to join us? I’ve got Pictionary and Tanya is bringing another game, so it should be a lot of fun.
Hope you 3) _________
I’m having a party to 4) _________ next month. It’s on Saturday 3 February at house. I’m organising the drinks, but 5) _________ some food?
6) _________ in your diary!
1) I’m planning 2) Would you like 3) can make it
4) celebrate birthday 5) Can you bring 6) Put it