TYPES OF FOOD Ė Internet lesson

 

  1. Go to the following Internet site and search it for information that is necessary to fill the table below.

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http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/200/food/Intro2.html†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

 

Food

 

Fats, oils,

sweets†

Dairy

group

Meat

group

Vegetable

group

Fruit

group

Cereal

group

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. In the table below give a few examples of countable and uncountable food products. You can use our Internet site to make the task easier. Can you figure out what countable and uncountable mean?

 

 

Countable

Uncountable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do the following on-line exercise

http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/200/food/CNC.HTM

 

  1. Some and any.

 

 

SOME and ANY

 

SOME is used in positive sentences.

††††††††††† Iíd like some sugar.

ANY is used in questions and negatives.

††††††††††† Is there any sugar in this tea?

We sidnít buy any apples.

We use SOME in questions that are requests or offers.

††††††††††† Can I have some cake?

††††††††††† Would you like some tea?

 

Now, complete the following sentences with some and any.

 

  1. We need to buy __________ milk.
  2. Have we got __________ milk at home?
  3. We donít need to cook __________ soup.
  4. Would you like __________ coffee?
  5. Can I have _________ of that apple pie?

 

 

  1. Much and many.

 

MUCH and MANY

 

We use MUCH with uncountable nouns in questions and negatives.

††††††††††† How much money have you got?

††††††††††† There isnít much milk left.

We use MANY with countable nouns in questions and negatives.

††††††††††† How many people were at the party?

††††††††††† I didnít take many photos on holiday.

 

Now, complete the following sentences with much and many.

 

  1. How _________ cheese do you need to make this pie?
  2. There isnít __________ coffee in your cup.
  3. How __________ hamburgers can you eat a day?
  4. Tina did not eat __________ hot dogs yesterday. Just five.
  5. How __________ bacon do you use a week?

 

 

5. A few and a little.

 

A FEW and A LITTLE

We use A FEW with countable nouns.

††††††††††† There are a few carrots in the fridge.

We use A LITTLE with uncountable nouns.

††††††††††† Can you give me a little help?

 

 

Now, complete the following sentences with a few and a little.

 

  1. I need __________ water.
  2. Letís go and but __________bottles of beer.
  3. My sister ate __________ bananas and went to bed.
  4. Put __________ flour to the bowl and mix it with sugar.
  5. I broke __________ eggs.

 

 

http://www.better-english.com/easier/someany.htm - some/any

http://www.better-english.com/easier/much.htm - much/many

http://www.geocities.com/pccprep/afewalittle.htm - a few/ a little

 

 

Practice the food vocabulary

http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/200/food/FoodPra.html

 

THE GREAT TEST ON FOOD VOCABULARY

http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/200/food/FOODTEST.HTM

 

Each line below has a word that is different than the rest; cross it out.

 

  1. bacon, egg, fish, hamburger,†
  2. butter, cheese, bread, milk
  3. apple, banana, cherry, grape, aubergine
  4. tomato, carrot, cucumber, onion
  5. chocolate, cookie, doughnut, bread