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UNIT 5 Food choices

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In unit 5, you learn how to: Talk about food using expressions like a bottle of, a quart of, a loaf of, etc. Use quantifiers like a little, a few, very little, and very few. Use too, too much, too many, and enough. Talk about eating habits and different ways to cook food. Respond to suggestions by letting the other person decide. Refuse offers politely using expressions like No, thanks. I’m fine . Aims of the unit

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Unit achievement Describe your eating habits Talk about healthy eating Discuss different ways to cook and prepare food. By the end of the unit, you will be able to…

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CONTENTS: Themes: 1.1 “Healthy food” 1.2 “A question of taste” 1.3 “Whatever you are having” (ONLINE) 1.4 “The world´s favorite snacks” (ONLINE)

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Complete the question with the appropriate vocabulary. a bag of potato chips Have you eaten ____________ recently? Have you bought ________________ recently? a bottle of ketchup

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Complete the question with the appropriate vocabulary. a package of frozen peas Have you sold ____________ recently? Have you bought _____________ recently? some cartoons of juice

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Complete the question with the appropriate vocabulary. a box of cereal Have you sold ____________ recently? Have you bought _____________ recently? a jar of mustard

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Complete the question with the appropriate vocabulary. a can of soup Have you sold ____________ recently? Have you bought _____________ recently? some cans of tuna fish / tu:nə / [' tjʊ : nə ]

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Lesson A Healthy Food Brainstorm a list of healthy foods fruit carbohydrates vegetables lipids proteins minerals vitamins

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Lesson A Do you think these foods are healthy? Spaghetti - noodles Yogurt - strawberries Too many   Snacks   Will …

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Lesson A Healthy Food What does David have in his refrigerator? A carton of eggs A quart of milk, A pound of hamburger, A few slice of cheese A little butter A few green peppers

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Lesson A Healthy Food What does Marta have in her refrigerator? Fruit - oranges, mangoes, a pineapple Plenty of fresh vegetales - brocolli , tomatoes, and carrots Some milk

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Lesson A Healthy Food What does Chris have in his refrigerator? He has very little food. a loaf of bread a bottle of soy sauce a jar of hot peppers There is not much food. Who has the healthiest food? Marta She has a lot of fruit and fresh vegetables. She buys skim milk.

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Lesson A Healthy Food What does David have in his refrigerator? A carton of eggs A quart of milk, A pound of hamburger, A few slice of cheese A little butter A few green peppers Who has the healthiest food? What did he forget to mention? a bottle of ketchup a jar of mustard

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Lesson A Healthy Food What does Marta have in her refrigerator? Fruit- oranges,mangoes , a pineapple Plenty of fresh vegetales - brocolli , tomatoes, and carrots Some milk Who has the healthiest food? What did she forget to mention? A loaf of bread Few apples

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Lesson A Healthy Food What does Chris have in his refrigerator? He has very little food. a loaf of bread a bottle of soy sauce a jar of hot peppers There is not much food. Who has the healthiest food? What did he forget to mention? A little butter A quart of orange juice

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Lesson A Healthy Food Who has the healthiest food? Marta She has a lot of fruit and fresh vegetables. She buys skim milk.

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Lesson A Measurements   1 pound ( lb) = 453.59237 grams Pound ( mass ) It is a  unit  of  mass  used in the  imperial ,  United States customary  and other  systems of measurement .  0.45359237  kilograms .

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Lesson A Quantities The following expressions are often used in place of 'much' and ' many ', especially in positive sentences. a lot of lots of  plenty of  a great deal of a large number of the majority of

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Lesson A Quantities A Little  /  A Few ( some )   If a noun is in singular, we use  a little: a little money If a noun is in plural, we use  a few: a few friends   http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/vocabulary/little-few/exercises

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Lesson A Quantities Much  / Many (a lot of)   If a noun is in singular, we use   much Example : much money If a noun is in plural, we use   many Example: many friends http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/vocabulary/much-many/exercises

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Quantities of food Uncountable Nouns We have a little butter =some

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Quantities of food There’s very little food = not a lot

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Quantities of food I’m trying to eat less fat.

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Quantities of food

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Quantities of food We have a few slices of cheese= some

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Quantities of food We eat very few frozen meals = not at all

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Quantities of food Skim milk has fewer calories

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Quantities of food There aren ’t many vegetables

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QUANTIFIERS UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS COUNTABLE NOUNS A little A few Very little Very few Less Fewer Not much Not many

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There are a lot of books in the bookcase . There isn´t much orange juice in the bottle . Betty writes lots of letters every week . How much sugar is there in the cake? I want a little milk in my coffee , please . There are only a few boys in my English class . How much money do you have ? 8 T here is a lot of cheese in the fridge . Talking about quantities of food

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I have much / a lot of things to do and only a little / a few time to do them. 2. There are only a few / a little eggs in the fridge but there is a lot /a lot of milk. 3. Are there much / many people on the beach? Yes, there are a lot / a lot of. 4. How much / many are those shoes? They´re $ 50. 5. There isn´t many / much sugar in the cake. There´s only a few / a little. 6. I take a lot of /many sugar in my coffee. I love sugar. 7. A lot of /a lot my friends like music but only a little / a few can play a musical instrument. 8. Oh, I don´t want a few / much milk. Just a little / a lot of .

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We use many and a few with countable nouns. We use much and a little with uncountable nouns. We use a lot of and lots of with both countable and uncountable nouns. WE USE . . . Much only in questions and negative sentences. Many usually in questions and negative sentences. A few, a little, a lot of, lots of only in affirmative sentences

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A CARTON OF JUICE A LOAF OF BREAD SLICES OF BREAD

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A LITER OF MILK A KILO OF MEAT

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Steamed vegetables Boiled Noodles

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Roasted chicken Baked potatoes Barbecued pork Raw fish

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Smoked fish

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Ways to cook food Fried Grilled Steamed Boiled Baked Roasted barbecued Eggs fish Vegetables noodles Potatoes Chicken pork potatoes steak fish eggs apples beef beef Chicken vegetables Rice Potatoes Lamb chicken

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TOO MANY/TOO MUCH

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TOO MANY

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TOO MUCH

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TOO With adjectives.- He’s too full. With adverbs.- She eats too slowly.

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ENOUGH There wasn’t enough salad for the whole family

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ENOUGH They didn’t have enough food to eat yesterday.

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Let’s practice now!

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