What can you see in the picture? • Do you like ... ? • What do you usually have for breakfast / lunch / dinner? • What do you like best? • What do you think of ...? (I think ... delicious / horrible.)
noodles fried eggs roast beef chicken
Listening and Writing. A: What do you want for s , Janet? B: I don’t k . I like Chinese c s. What about you, Ben? A: I don’t like s , and I don’t like t soup, e . B: What do you want for main course? A: I like p , h and c. B: Wow! You eat too much! A: Yes, because they are very d . tarters abbage oup now alad omato ither asta amburgers hips elicious
According to the information, make a dialogue in pairs. Mike, 10, American, go to Mcdonald have breakfast with his father delicious Jiamin, 14, Chinese, go to school, have chocolate with his friends delicious Sally, 12, British, go to KFC have lunch with her mother horrible Jack, 9, Australian, go home, have dinner, with his parents horrible
What do you think of this breakfast? Is it Chinese breakfast or British Breakfast?
China: Starters Britain: China: Main course Britain: Food China: Dessert Britain: China: Drinks Britain:
Design a menu: School's Menu Name:
Main structures: • What do you want for … ? • What do you think of … ? • Do you like … ? • What do you like best? • … … • This is my breakfast / lunch / dinner. I want … for starters. I want … for main course. I want … for dessert. I want … for drinks. I like … best. I think they are … .
Homework: (1) Make some dialogues according to the exercise 1 on P66. (At least 8 groups, Book B) (2) Design 3 meals for your family and tell your parents.