Work in pairs. Talk with your friend as in the example.
A: What shall I do with the onions?
B: Peel them first and then chop them.
onion - peel / chop meat - slice / grill
potato - peel / boil / mash beetroot - wash / bake
pepper - wash / chop mushrooms - slice / fry
A: What shall I do with the potatoes?
B: Peel them first, boil ana then mash them.
A: What shall I do with the poppers?
B: Wash them first and then chop them.
A: What shall I do with meat?
B: Slice it first and then grill it.
A: What shall I do with the beetroots?
B: Wash them first and then bake them.
A: What shall I do with the mushrooms9
B: Slice them first and then fly them.
Choose the correct items to complete the sentences.
1. All the family was busy because their ..... had a birthday.
2. ..... wanted to please their nearest and dearest.
c) Steve and Molly
3. The children and their father cooked ..... .
a) a birthday cake
b) hot toasts
c) honey sandwiches
4. The family had a special holiday ..... together.
1. All the family was busy because their mother had a birthday.
2. Steve and Molly wanted to please their nearest and dearest.
3. The children and their father cooked hot toasts.
4. The family had a special holiday breakfast together.
Complete the dialogue and write it down. Use the words: some, any, much, many.
Ann: I'm hungry. Let's make some egg sandwiches.
Dan: OK. I think we've got.....eggs. How.....eggs do you need?
Ann: Two. Have we got..... cheese or tomatoes?
Dan: Yes, we have got ..... cheese and tomatoes. But how ..... cheese and how.....tomatoes do we need?
Ann: 100 grams of cheese and two tomatoes.
Dan: Is there ..... ketchup?
Ann: There is ..... ketchup, but not......
Dan: Oh, no! I love ketchup.
Ann: It's OK, Dan. I'll go and buy
A: I'm hungry. Let's make some egg sandwiches.
D: OK I think we've got lots of eggs. How many eggs do you need?
A: Two. Have we gol any cheese or tomatoes?
D: Yes, we have got some cheese and tomatoes But how much cheese and how many tomatoes do we need?
A: 100 grams of cheese and two tomatoes.
D: Is there any ketchup?
A: There is some ketchup, but not much.
D: Oh. no! I love ketchup.
A; It's OK. Dan, I'll go and buy some.
Say what you did for your mother's birthday. Use the verbs in the box in the correct tense form.
• to make • to get • to plan • to beat • to fry • to decorate • to set • to clean •
My mum celebrated her birthday last week. The day be'oro oirthday I cleaned our house and decorated it with flowors and balloons. My father and I planned to organize a surprise for her in the morning. We got up early, set the table and made a birthday cake. We also fried some pancakes. The mother was very surprised and happy!
Write what you cooked for a special day in your family. Use Ex. 3, pp. 57-58 as an example. Start like this:
Our ..... 's birthday was coming and we decided to make it a special day for her / him.
My brother's birthday was coming ano we decided to make it a special day for him. We organized a birthday party. It took place at home. I with my younger sister and parents made all preparations. We liked the idea of a balloon parly most of all. I wrote the warm thanks to the guests on the cards. Then I put the cards into 100 balloons and blew them up. I used the balloons to decorate the house. I also made a fortune tree for the guests. My sister made colourful banners. She also prepared many contosts and games. Tho winners got different lovely prizes. My mother baked a big birthday cake with 8 candles. Ana my father prepared delicious desserts for us. We danced and sang songs. I think the party was a true fun and joy for everybody.