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