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B) Work in pairs. Find out which of the above dishes your partner

would or wouldn't like to try and why.


2 Use the reporting verbs in brackets to report the following statements.

1 Robert : I'll tell the teacher! (threaten)

2 James (to Cheryl} : You should see a doctor. (advise)

3 Charles (to Ben): No, I won't lend you my Walkman . (refuse)

4 Michael: I'm sorry I broke the window. (apologise)

5 Colin: Yes , I did go out with Jennifer on Saturday. (admit)

6 Mark (to Eliza): You've taken my pen! (accuse)


3 Work in pairs. Complete the dialogue with the sentences below (a-f) and dramatise it.

Ron: Do you want an appetiser?

Linda: Hmm. I think I'll have a shrimp cocktail. I'm crazy about shrimp.

What about you?

Ron: I'm not sure. I can't decide.

Linda: Oh, if I were you , I'd have smoked salmon. You always say you like smoked salmon , and you haven't had any for a long time.

D Waiter: ...

Ron: Yes, one shrimp cocktail and one smoked salmon, please .

D Waiter: ...

Ron: Well, we can't decide between veal and chicken .

What do you recommend?

D Waiter: ...

Linda: Yes. Some zucchin i, some carrots , and some boiled potatoes .

D Waiter: ...

Linda: Bring me a mixed salad with the entree , please.

D Waiter: ...

Linda: Can we order that later?

D Waiter: ...



aBoth are good, but if I were you I'd have the veal. It's the speciality of the house. What would you like with the veal? Maybe some vegetables?

bOf course.

c Are you ready to order now?

dFine. And the entree?

eAll right. Do you want a dessert?

fAnd a salad?


t;) Think of three popular Ukrainian dishes and prepare a description of them for foreign guests. Follow the Useful Tips.

The following phrases are useful when explaining dishes.  
• name the dish Polio at ajillo ... • name the main ingredient and how it is prepared is fried chicken ... is made with ... • say how it is served served with white wine or garlic comes with a salad • always sound enthusiastic when recommending dishes It's served with a delicious white wine sauce. The chicken is our house speciality.















5 Work m groups.

a) Read the information and discuss the problem.

"One man's meat is another man's poison ," one English proverb says. There is a wide range of nutritious

foods in the world. However, eating habits differ from country to country. In some societies certain foods are taboo . An eccentric millionaire once invited guests from several countries to a banquet and

offered them the menu below. All the foods are popular in some parts of the world , but are not eaten in others .

B) Look at this menu and answer the questions on page 120.



Snail Frogs' legs Pigs' feet

Shellfish Caviar

100-year-old eggs Tripe (cow's stomach)

Black pudding (made from blood) SOUPS

Bird's nest soup

Shark fin soup Sea-weed soup


Jellied eels Octopus DESSERT

Chocolate-covered ants Salad of flower petals



Whole stuffed camel Grilled songbirds Roast snake

Bat stew

Horsemeat Kangaroo Whale Roast dog Pork

Beef Lamb Veal












1 If you had been there, which items could you have eaten?

2 Which items would you have eaten?

Which items couldn't you have eaten? Why not?

3 Do you know which countries they are popular in?

Would you eat them if you were starving?

4 What unusual things are eaten in Ukraine?

How do you make it one of our national dishes?

6 Role-play the situation in groups.


One of you is a restaurant waiter. The waiter greets the customers , presents the menu and takes

their orders. The other students are the restaurant customers .


7 a) Read the magazine article. Seven sentences have been taken out of it. Complete the text with the appropriate sentences (A-H) after the article. An example (OJ has been done for you at the beginning. There is an extra sentence that you do not need.


A vegetarian is a person who doesn't eat meat. This aJso includes fish. A vegan, on the other hand, does not eat any kind of animal produce, such as butter, eggs , milk or even honey. (0) In addition. thev also avoidusing other animal products like leather.

About five percent of the British population is believed to be vegetarian, while only one in four hundred is vegan.

People become vegetarians for many reasons. Some people simply dislike the taste of meat.

(1) ... They point to the overcrowded conditions that chickens, for example , are kept in. It is also argued that vegetarianism is healthier. (2) ... One of the main reasons for this is that they consume less animal fat.

Another health reason for being a



vegetarian is the number of recent diseases connected with animals M

killed for food. (3) ... Vegetarians point to modern-day food scares such

as 'mad cow's disease' or 'bird flu' to support this view. z

(4) ... For instance, vegetarianism is one of the central beliefs of Hin­ G1

duism. In fact, most of the planet's vegetarians are Hindus and live in India.0

Of course, there are also strong arguments against vegetarianism. c:


(5) ... In addition, many animals are killed in the production of food other

than meat. For example, small animals like mice are frequently killed during the harvesting of

crops such as corn. Does this mean that we shouldn't eat bread?

However, if you are

going to become a vegetarian, there are some issues that you need to consider beforehand. In particular, it is potentially unhealthy to stop eating meat.

(6) ... Therefore it is important that you eat other types of food which can replace meat in this respect, such as nuts, beans and lentils'.

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