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A. Match the questions and answers. Complete the sentences.

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  2. A Discuss these questions as a class.
  3. A friend has just come back from holiday. You ask him about it. Write your questions.
  4. A friend has just come back from holiday. You ask him about it. Write your questions.
  5. A Read the text again quickly and complete sentences 1-6.
  6. A Read the text. Discuss these questions with a partner.
  7. A Work with a partner and discuss these questions.
Questions Answers
1. When was Mary Alston’s birthday? a) She was …………… teacher.
2. ……………she have a party? b) She gets up at six o’clock.
3. Does she eat fresh food? c) It was yesterday.
4. What …………… she eat? d) ‘I …………… a cheeseburger and fries!’
5. What was her job? e) Yes, she did.
6. …………… was she born? f) She …………… to the hairdresser.
7. When did she marry? g) Popcorn, pizza and burgers.
8. What time does she ………….. up? h) No, she …………… .
9. Where does she go every Friday? i) On a farm in Pennsylvania.
10. what did she say to her granddaughter? j) She married …………… 1915.



  1. We all love food – but we don’t all like the same things! Read these amazing food facts from around the world and see how different we are.

Amazing food facts!

Ø People in China eat 134,800,000,000 kgs of rice a year – more than in any other country in the world.

Ø In Tibet, people don’t have sugar in their tea, they have butter and salt!

Ø In McDonald’s restaurants in India they don’t sell beef. All the meat in their burgers is chicken or lamb. They also sell vegetarian burgers.

Ø People in Ireland drink about 150 liters of beer a year. In Germany, people drink about 130 liters a year.

Ø American people eat about 10 kg of chocolate every year, but the Japanese eat only 3 kg a year.

Ø The Royal Dragon restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, has space for 5,000 customers at one time. There are 1,200 waiters and cooks, and over 1,000 items on the menu.

Ø The Solo per Due restaurant in Vacone, in central Italy, has only got one table – for two people!

a. Are these sentences true (T) or false (F)?

1. Chinese people eat a lot of rice.

2. Tea in Tibet is different to tea in the UK.

3. You can buy beef in every McDonald’s restaurant in the world.

4. Japanese people eat a lot of chocolate.

5. The menu at the Royal Dragon restaurant is very big.

6. It is easy to have dinner at the Solo per Due restaurant.


  1. Writing options. Try to make a story on the offered topics.

1. Are there any foods that you wouldn’t eat as a child that you eat now? Do you think that we eat better now than we did in the past?

2. Do you cook? If yes, what food do you cook the most often?

3. Do you like food from other countries? If yes, which do you like the most?

4. Do you like to eat at fast food restaurants? Do you think fast food, soda and sweets should be sold in school cafeterias?

5. Why can’t people stop eating? Why do you think obesity has become a world wide problem?

6. Have you ever had very bad customer service in a restaurant? Has the waiter / waitress ever mixed up your order / overcharged you / been very rude? Have you every complained to a manager about a waiter / waitress or refused to pay for your meal?

7. What are some foods that are considered unhealthy? Do you agree with genetically modified food we eat?

8. What do you usually like to drink when you go out?

9. What is the most unusual thing you’ve ever eaten? What foods have you tasted which you will never forget for the rest of your life?



A friend got some vinegar in his ear, now he suffers from pickled hearing.


Waiter, there’s a strange film on my soup.

Well, what do you expect for one Dollar, Star Wars?


Customer: Waiter, what’s this fly doing in my ice-cream?

Waiter: Looks like he’s learning to ski.


Which vegetable goes best with jacket potatoes?

Button mushrooms.


Customer: How often do you change the tablecloths in this establishment?

Waiter: I don’t know, sir, I’ve only worked here for six months.



At the Doctor’s

Commit to be fit.

Alert today, alive tomorrow.

Cigarettes are killers that travel in packs.

Sometimes I get the feeling the aspirin companies are sponsoring my headaches.

If your dog is fat, you’re not getting enough exercise.

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