UNIT 5 FOOD CHOICES (LESSON A , LESSON B , LESSON C , LESSON D ), You can…
You can use exressions like these to refuse offers of food and drink politely.
No, thanks. Maybe later.
No, thanks. I´m fine. Really.
I´m OK for now. But thanks.
Talking about quanties of foof
We have a
butter in the fridge = some
food. = not a lot
I´m trying to eat
food in the house.
We have a few slices of cheese. = some
We eat very few frozen meals. = not a lot
1 percent milk has fewer calories.
There aren´t many vegetables.
Too,too much,too many, and enough
Too/ too much/ too many
With nouns: I ate too much food/ too many fries.
As pronouns: I ate too much/ too many.
With adjectives: He´s too full.
With adverbs: She eats too slowly.
With verbs: She talks too much.
I didn´t eat enough food/ fries.
I didn´t eat enough.
Her salad wasn´t filling enough.
She doesn´t eat fast enough.
Maybe she doesn´t listen enough.
Food containers / items
A carton of juice ---- two cartons of juice.
A loaf of bread ---- two loaves of bread.
Weights and measures
A liter of/ a quart of
A kilo of/ a pound of
The world´s favorite snacks
In Latin America the popular snacks are Empanada stand.
Popular throughout Ecuador countries is Encebollado.
They wrapped little ice cream balls in colorful sheets called Mochi.