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UNIT 4 FOOD
Lear to write a blog something you know how to do.
making the order clear
Learn to arrive at and order a meal in a restaurant.
Changing what you say
A: No problem
B:Can we have a table by the window? A: Goog evening. Do you have a reservation?
A: yes, of course. This way, please.
B: no, we dont. We'd like a tablet for Four.
Learn to talk about the food you eat every day
Talking about food
Quantifiers: much, many, a lot /(of)
"A lot" is used with both countable and uncountable names to indicate a lot, it is used in affirmative sentences.
"Many" is used when we are talking about a plural noun. It is said for things you can count on, that is, for accounting things.
"Much" is used when we are talking about a singular noun. It is said for things that can not be counted, that is, for countless things.
Learn to talk about the food your want
Beans, lemon, onions, steak, grapes, lamb, chicken
Countable and uncountable a/an, some, any
The uncountable nouns are those elements that we can not count using numbers but using quantifiers or partitives.
The countable names are those elements that can be contained one by one using the numbers.