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Title
Wasted Food
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary and Discussion
Level
Upper-Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
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Why do we throw so much food away? Is there anything lurking at the back of your students' refrigerators that needs dealing with?

Food wastage has become a popular talking point in recent years, and this worksheet has a reading, vocabulary exercises and lots of discussion practice. There is vocabulary and collocations including:

ancient leftovers
lurking
mouthwatering
past (its) expiration date
make the most of

This worksheet is written for upper-intermediate level students.

 


 

Title
Having Friends Round
Target Structure
Various / Situation Lesson
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
How confident are your students when visiting someone's house and having to speak English?

This worksheet looks at some common expressions. Your students will learn about making comments ("What a great apartment!"), emphasising ("Do go through!") and accepting offers of food and drink ("That would be wonderful!").

There's a discussion, gap-fill exercises and lots of role-play practice.

It's great for lower to intermediate level students.

 


 

Title
How many bottles?
Target Structure
Much | Many | Countable | Uncountable
Level
Elementary to Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Help your students to master 'much' and 'many' with this worksheet.

There's a gap-fill conversation with two people making a shopping list for a party. There are practice exercises to improve accuracy and fluency with the target language, as well as vocabulary building. (A loaf of bread, a carton of millk etc.)

Your students will have the opportunity to role-play, using food and drink which they would want at a party.

Finally, there are a number of discussion questions, so that your students can talk about the topic more.

This worksheet is written for elementary-level students. It would also make good revision for pre-intermediate classes too.

 


 

Title
What would you take to a desert island?
Target Structure
Second Conditional
Level
Pre-intermediate to Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Get your students using the second conditional with this fun handout. Who would they bring to the desert island? What food, drink and luxury items would they want?

Ideal for pair or group practice, and can be set as homework ("Think about it") if your students aren't so chatty.

 


 

Title
Talking about Food
Target Structure
Adjectives for Food
Level
Elementary
Time
30 minutes
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Description
Was your breakfast crunchy? Chewy? Or was it simply bland? Your students can express their thoughts on food to their heart's desire with this worksheet.

A great lesson for building some more interesting vocabulary. This worksheet can be used for upper elementary to intermediate-level students.


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