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1. VOCABULARY:


Complete the chart. Add other words that you may learn by yourself:

DRINKS:
BREAKFAST:

APERITIF:
MEAT:
FISH:
SEAFOOD:
VEGETABLE:
FRUIT:
DESSERT:
beer
bacon
salt
cheese






chocolate milk (colacao Am. Eng.)
bread
sugar
crisps(patatas fritas)
beef
anchovy(anchoa)
crab(cangrejo)
artichoke (alcachofa)
apple
cake
cocoa (cacao / colacao Br. Eng.)
buiscuit
olive oil
egg
chicken
cod(bacalao)
lobster(bogavante)
asparagus
apricot(albaricoque)

cocktail (cóctel)
butter
vinegar
nuts (frutos secos)
ham
salmon


avocado(aguacate)

coffee
cereal

pasta
lamb
sardine(sardina)
mussels(mejillón)
aubergine (berenjena)
banana
chocolate
gin and tonic (gin-tonic)
croissant

rice

squid(calamar)


blackberry(mora)

hot chocolate (chocolate a la taza)
jam (mermelada)



trout(trucha)
oyster (ostra)
broccoli (brócoli)
cherry(cereza)
ice-cream
juice (orange juice)
pastry (bollería)



tuna
prawn(gamba)
brussel sprouts (coles de Bruselas)
coconut(coco)

milk
scrambled eggs(huevos revueltos)




shellfish(crustáceos)
carrot
grape (uva)

milkshake (batido)
toast





cauliflower
fig (higo)

red wine
yoghurt





chard (acelga)
kiwi

rum and coke (ron con cola)






courgette (calabacín)
lemon

shot (chupito)






cucumber (pepino)
mango

soft drink (refresco)






garlic
melon

sparking mineral water (agua mineral con gas)






green beans (judías verdes)
orange

still mineral water (agua mineral sin gas)






leek (puerro)
peach(melocotón)

tea






lettuce
pear

vodka and lemon (vodka con limón)






mushrooms(champiñones)
pineapple

water






onion
plum (ciruela)

whisky and water (whisky con agua)






pepper (pimiento)
raspberry(frambuesa)

white wine






potato
redcurrant(grosella)

wine






pumpkin (calabaza)
strawberry(fresa)








spinach (espinacas)
tangerine(mandaria)








wild mushrooms(setas)
tomato









watermelon(sandía)












coffee:
black coffee
(café solo)


cappuccino
(capuchino)


white coffee
(café con leche)

coffee with milk

coffee with cream

milkshake (batido):
strawberry milkshake

vanilla milkshake



roast = asado, roast lamb (cordero asado)

chop = chuleta, the pork chops (chuletas de cerdo)

fillet = filete, chicken fillets (filetes de pollo)

toast is uncountable, for example, Tom is toasting two pieces of bread in the toaster (dos tostadas cuando aún no han sido tostadas), Tom is having two pieces of toast (colloquialmente se puede escuchar "two toasts"), Tom is having two slices of toast.
I want toast and butter = Quiero una tostada con mantequilla.
People in the USA say "I like toast with tomato".

Fruit: My favourite fruits are apples, bananas, figs and kiwis.

The apples are rotten. (podridas)

Verbs:
to be drunk
estar borracho
What's the matter with you? Are you drunk?
to toast
brindar
Let's toast the people who are here!





The weight or capacity:
250 grams of cheese
Half a litre of vinegar (medio litro de vinagre)
1 kilo of pasta
A tub of ice-cream (una tarrina de helado)
A packet of salt (un paquete de sal)


For breakfast:
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bagel /'beɪgl/ (rosca de pan)
doughnut /ˈdəʊnʌt/ (donut)
hash browns (croqueta de patatas); (hash = picadillo)


If you want to watch some videos about food vocabulary click here:
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breakfast = desayuno
brunch = breakfast + lunch (comida hecha entre el desayuno y el almuerzo como sustitutivo de ambos)
lunch = almuerzo
snack = aperitivo, tenten-pie, merienda
dinner = cena
supper = cena ligera

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tangerine = mandarina
honeydew melon = melón chino, melón de pulpa verde dulce
grapefruit = pomelo
raspberries = frambuesa
cranberry = arándano
blackberry = mora
cherry = cereza
apricot = melocotón
pineapple = piña
cucumber = pepino
zucchini = calabazín
celery = apio
Brussels sprouts = coles de Bruselas
dairy
lácteos
coriander cilantro
flour = harina


Pics about food vocabulary:
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broth = caldo / sopa
stew = estofado / guiso
roast = asado
potpie = pastel de carne
stir-fry = salteado / revuelto
tossed salad = ensalada variada

Shopping products:
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Listen to different kinds of food and review the present simple tense:



FOOD
  • Vegetables. Learn the names of some vegetables in English with this interactive picture dictionary exercise. Then click on "test" when you are ready to check your knowledge.
  • Vegetables. Choose the correct word for each picture.
  • Vegetables. What is in the picture? Type the word in English in the blank.
  • Fruits. Choose the correct word for each picture.
  • Fruits. What is in the picture? Type the word in English in the blank.
  • Dairy Products. What is in the picture? Type the word in English in the blank.
  • Meat. What is in the picture. Type the word in English in the blank.
  • Word-Find Puzzle - Food. Click at one end of the hidden word and drag the mouse to the other end of the word.
  • Food. Choose the correct word from the list. When you have finished, press "Check".

COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE



Food and Drinks





2. READING


If you want to read more articles from the series What I ate yesterday in The Times, click here: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/life/food/article3207101.ece

porridge /ˈpɒrɪdʒ/ (crema de avena, gachas). Definition: a dish made from oatmeal or another cereal, cooked in water or milk to a thick consistency.

oatmeal /ˈəʊtmiːl/ (avena). Definition: meal ground from oats, used for making porridge, oatcakes, etc.
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grilled chicken breast
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grilled fish with brown rice
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He is a good cook. He knows how to cook well in the cooker.
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a glass of sherry
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a bowl of popcorn
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peppers (plural) vs. pepper (singular)
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3. GRAMMAR


Countables / uncountables:
Some words are countable in English, but uncountable in other languages or vice versa, e.g. spaghetti is uncountable in English, but countable in Italian.

Uncountable nouns are things that cannot be counted in English. They have no plurals. We don´t use a / an before a countable noun.


a / an + singular contable nouns:
some (+) / any (- / ?) + plural nouns (countable and uncontable):

e.g.
· biscuit. / · apple
· vegetables (countable)
· sugar (uncountable)

+
I have a biscuit. / I have an apple.
I have some oranges.
I have some sugar.

-
I don't have a biscuit. / I don't have an apple.
I don't have any oranges.
I don't have any sugar.

?
Do you have a biscuit? / Do you have an apple?
Do you have any oranges?
Do you have any sugar?






?
Can I have a biscuit?
Would you like a biscuit?
Can I have some oranges?
Would you like some oranges?
Do you want some oranges?
Do you need some oranges?
Can I have some coffee?
Would you like some coffee?
Do you want some coffee?
Do you need some coffee?
some in ? to ask for and offer things

We can also use some in ? to ask for and offer things: Can I have some coffee? / Would you like some biscuits?


Some nouns can be countable or uncountable in these situations:
countable nouns:
uncountable nouns:
a chicken (a whole chicken)
some chicken (chicken pieces)
a beer (a can or glass of beer)
some beer (the liquid in general)
a coffee (a cup of)
some coffee (a quantity of coffee beans, powder in a jar or the liquid in general)


Here you have a list of:
· countable nouns:

a / an


X / (number) / some
apple
I want to buy an apple.

apples
I want to buy X / three / some apples.
banana
I want to buy a banana.

bananas
I want to buy X / three / some bananas.
biscuit
I want to buy a biscuit.

buiscuits
I want to buy X / three / some buiscuits.
cake
I want to buy a cake.

cakes
I want to buy X / three / some cakes.
carrot
I want to buy a carrot.

carrots
I want to buy X / three / some carrots.
egg
I want to buy an egg.

eggs
I want to buy X / three / some eggs.
lettuce
(as a whole)
I want to buy a lettuce.

lettuces
(as wholes)
I want to buy X / three / some lettuces.
mushroom
I want to buy a mushroom.

mushrooms
I want to buy X / three / some mushrooms.
onion
I want to buy onion.

onions
I want to buy X / three / some onions.
orange
I want to buy an orange.

oranges
I want to buy X / three / some oranges.
pineapple
I want to buy a pineapple.

pineapples
I want to buy X / three / some pineapples.
potato
I want to buy a potato.

potatoes
I want to buy X / three / some potatoes.
sandwich
I want to buy a sandwich.

sandwiches
I want to buy X / three / some sandwiches.
sausage
I want to buy a sausage.

saugages
I want to buy X / three / some sausages.
strawberry
I want to buy a strawberry.

strawberries
I want to buy X / three / some strawberries.
sweet
I want to buy a sweet.

sweets
I want to buy X / three / some sweets.
tomato
I want to buy a tomato.

tomatoes
I want to buy X / three / some tomatoes.

· things that you don't usually count, but work as countable nouns:

a / an


X / (number) / some
chip
I want to buy a chip.

chips
I want to buy X / three / some chips.
pea
I want to buy a pea.

peas
I want to buy X / three / some peas.
crisp
I want to buy a crisp.

crisps
I want to buy X / three / some crisps.

· uncountable nouns:

X / some
(very colloquial)
bread
I want to buy X / some bread.

butter
I want to buy X / some butter.

cereal
I want to buy X / some cereal.

cheese
I want to buy X / some cheese.

chicken
I want to buy X / some chicken.
(I want three chickens.)
chocolate
I want to buy X / some chocolate.

coffee
I want to buy X / some coffee.
(Three coffees, please)
fish
I want to buy X / some fish.
(I want five fish.)
fruit salad
I want to buy X / some salad.
(Three fruit salads, please).
ham
I want to buy X / some ham.

ice-cream
I want to buy X / some ice-cream.

jam
I want to buy X / some jam.

juice
I want to buy X / some juice.

meat
I want to buy X / some meat.

milk
I want to buy X / some milk.

oil
I want to buy X / some oil.

pasta
I want to buy X / some pasta.

rice
I want to buy X / some rice.

salad
I want to buy X / some salad.
(Three salads, please.)
sugar
I want to buy X / some sugar.

tea
I want to buy X / some tea.

toast
I want to have X / some toast.



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Online activities:
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/confusing_words/some_any.htm
http://www.adelescorner.org/grammar/any_some/any_some.html
http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/vocabulary/some-any/exercises
http://www.english-room.com/someany_01.htm
http://www.english-4u.de/some_any_ex1.htm
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/confusing_words/some_any.htm
http://s.mound.free.fr/skyblues67/fridges_some-any/some-anyeasy-1.htm
http://www.tolearnenglish.com/exercises/exercise-english-2/exercise-english-5768.php
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/confusing_words/some_any3.htm
10· http://suz.digitaleschulebayern.de/english/grammar/some2.htm
11· http://www.eflnet.com/grammar/anysome.php#.U2QpMaJyy8o
12· http://www.english-4u.de/some_any_ex3.htm
13· http://www.english-4u.de/some_any_ex3.htm
14· http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/200/grammar/somany1.htm
15· http://learningapps.org/228372
16· http://www.english-area.com/paginas/someorany.htm
17· http://www.myenglishpages.com/site_php_files/grammar-exercise-some-any.php#.U2QqX6Jyy8o
18· http://s.mound.free.fr/skyblues67/fridges_some-any/someanysons/somedictation.htm
19· http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/confusing_words/some_any2.htm
20· http://www.tolearnenglish.com/exercises/exercise-english-2/exercise-english-5845.php
21· http://www.funteaching.it/project/engl2005/basic/Some%20or%20any.htm
22· http://www.tolearnenglish.com/exercises/exercise-english-2/exercise-english-7881.php
23· http://oudwww.bonhoeffer.nl/engels/3eklas/unit1/wb275.html
24· http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/some-and-any-exercise-1.html
25· http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/some-and-any-exercise-2.html
26· http://www.nspeak.com/newbasic/grammatica/someany.htm
27· http://www.better-english.com/easier/someany.htm
28· http://www.esl-lounge.com/student/grammar/1g12-some-any-gapfill.php
29· http://exploringenglish.cappelendamm.no/c319631/flashoppgave/vis.html?tid=370057&strukt_tid=319631
30· http://speakspeak.com/english-grammar-exercises/intermediate/some-any
31· http://exploringenglish.cappelendamm.no/c319635/flashoppgave/vis.html?tid=370079&strukt_tid=319635
32· http://esl.fis.edu/grammar/multi/some.htm
33· http://baladre.info/english/sedaviwebfront/someAnyNo.htm
34· http://www.esl-lounge.com/student/grammar/3g34-some-any.php
35· http://www.tolearnenglish.com/exercises/exercise-english-2/exercise-english-5846.php
36· http://www.my-english.edu.pl/index.php?id=11
37· http://s.mound.free.fr/skyblues67/fridges_some-any/some-any.htm
38· http://exploringenglish.cappelendamm.no/c319635/flashoppgave/vis.html?tid=390365&strukt_tid=319635




4. PRONUNCIATION


steak:
Many students pronounce steak as /sti:k/, but this is incorrect:
· stick (verb) /sti:k/ = pinchar, pegar (con pegamento).
· stick (noun) /sti:k/ = palo, rama (e.g. walking-stick = bastón)
· sticky (adjective) /sti:ki/ = pegajoso

· steak /steik/ (= bistec, filete)




6. LISTENING



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Easy recipes with only three ingredients:

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Ingredients:
8 chicken wings
teriyaki sauce
sesame seeds
Directions:
  1. Grill 8 chicken wings (about 1½ pounds) over medium-low heat, covered, turning occasionally, until cooked through, 20 to 25 minutes.
  2. Brush with ¼ cup teriyaki sauce during the last 5 minutes of grilling. Sprinkle with ½ teaspoon toasted sesame seeds and serve with additional teriyaki sauce for dipping, if desired.
By Kate Merker and Sara Quessenberry. Adapted from http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/grilled-teriyaki-wings-00000000037449/


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Ingredients

Directions
  1. Heat oven to 400° F. Season the chicken with ½ teaspoon salt and ¼ teaspoon pepper.
  2. Heat the olive oil in a large pan over medium-high heat. Cook the chicken until golden brown, 5 to 6 minutes per side.
  3. Transfer the chicken to a baking sheet and bake until cooked through, 15 to 20 minutes. To the pan, add the lemon slices and cook until golden, 1 to 2 minutes per side. Mix in the olives and serve over the chicken.
By Dawn Perry. Adapted from: http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/chicken-lemons-olives-00000000060036/








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