Teens|Grammar activating|El|7. It’s time for lunch!

Lunch boxes

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Look at the photos and discuss the questions

1. What food in the pictures can you name?

2. What is the difference between the lunch boxes?

3. Which box would you choose for lunch? Why?

Different food

Match the words with the pictures

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Finish the sentences about yourself

Children’s lunches

Listen to the recording and tick what the children have in the lunch boxes

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A. Simon is from England. He takes a packed lunch to school. In his lunch box there are usually two sandwiches, some fruit, a chocolate bar, and some juice. In the summer, Simon eats his lunch with his friends in the playground. Today, Simon has got some cheese sandwiches, an orange, and some apple juice, but he says, «I’m not happy because I haven’t got a chocolate bar.»

B. Juliette is from France. She has a hot lunch in the school canteen with her friends. They usually have soup, then some meat or fish with vegetables and a salad. For dessert, they have some ice cream, or a piece of fruit. Juliette says, «Today I’ve got tomato soup, chicken with salad, an apple and some ice cream.»

C. Kazuo is from Japan. She takes a bento box to school. In it there is usually some rice, vegetables and fish or meat. It’s healthy and fun. Japanese parents make rice into different shapes: popular cartoon characters, animals, flowers and buildings. The children have fun eating them. Kazuo says, «I’ve got some rice and some fish, but I haven’t got any meat today. My rice is in the shape of a panda. It’s really cute!»



Listen to the recording one more time and choose the correct options

Additional information

pic4_Grammar act|El|L7 A Bento Box is the name given to a Japanese packed lunch.
Presentation of food is important in Japan, so the food is usually designed in some unusual ways.


A. Simon is from England. He takes a packed lunch to school. In his lunch box there are usually two sandwiches, some fruit, a chocolate bar, and some juice. In the summer, Simon eats his lunch with his friends in the playground. Today, Simon has got some cheese sandwiches, an orange, and some apple juice, but he says, «I’m not happy because I haven’t got a chocolate bar.»

B. Juliette is from France. She has a hot lunch in the school canteen with her friends. They usually have soup, then some meat or fish with vegetables and a salad. For dessert, they have some ice cream, or a piece of fruit. Juliette says, «Today I’ve got tomato soup, chicken with salad, an apple and some ice cream.»

C. Kazuo is from Japan. She takes a bento box to school. In it there is usually some rice, vegetables and fish or meat. It’s healthy and fun. Japanese parents make rice into different shapes: popular cartoon characters, animals, flowers and buildings. The children have fun eating them. Kazuo says, «I’ve got some rice and some fish, but I haven’t got any meat today. My rice is in the shape of a panda. It’s really cute!»


Countable and uncountable nouns

Divide the words into the right categories

Countable and uncountable nouns

Most nouns are countable. They have singular and plural forms.

Example: one apple — five apples, one boy — a lot of boys

Some nouns are uncountable. They don’t have a plural form.

Example: bread, milk, homework, music


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Divide the words into the categories


Study the table and the rule


🔹We use a with singular countable nouns, or an if the noun starts with a vowel.

🔹We use some and any with plural countable nouns and uncountable nouns when we don’t know how much there is of something or it’s not important.

🔹We usually use some in affirmative sentences, and any in negative sentences and in questions.

We’ve got some fruit

Complete the texts with a/an, some or any

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Ask and answer about what food there is in your fridge

Example:

— Have you got any milk in your fridge?
— Yes, I have. Have you got any fish in your fridge?
— No, I haven’t.


fruit
fruit

 

meat1
meat

 

vegetables
vegetables

 


eggs1
eggs

 

cake
cake

 

ice cream
ice cream

 

There is a fast food place

Listen to the recording one more time and match the parts to make the sentences

There is / There are with countable and uncountable nouns

🔹We use there is with countable singular and uncountable nouns.

Examples:

  • There’s a cinema.
  • There’s some money on the desk.

🔹We use there are with plural countable nouns.

Example: There are some apples in the fridge.

🔹In questions and negatives we use any with plural and uncountable nouns.

Examples:

  • Are there any eggs?
  • Is there any time before lunch?


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Tim: Hey, Michelle! Are you ready for the trip?
Michelle: Hi, Tim! You bet! I’ve got my packed lunch and 5 pounds to spend on presents.
Tim: Oh, I haven’t got a packed lunch. There are a lot of cool places to eat in London.
Michelle: Well, I haven’t got much money. That’s why I’ve got a packed lunch. I don’t want to spend any money on food.
Tim: I’m hungry now. Are you?
Michelle: No, I’m not. I always have a big breakfast.
Tim: Oh, I want a snack. Is there a fast food place near here?
Michelle: No, there isn’t.
Tim: Oh dear! How much food have you got, Michelle?
Michelle: Let’s see. I’ve got a lot of food. My mum is very good! Let’s see… There’s a small salad and a starter. Then I’ve got some chicken sandwiches as my main course and… yogurt with fruit for dessert.
Tim: That’s very healthy. Are there any sweets?
Michelle: No. My mum never gives me unhealthy food.
Tim: Michelle… How many sandwiches have you got?
Michelle: I haven’t got many sandwiches. Only four.
Tim: Can I have one, please?
Michelle: Hmm… I don’t’ know. This is my lunch. How much money have you got?
Tim: I’ve got 20 pounds.
Michelle: OK. Give me 5 pounds for a chicken sandwich.
Tim: 5 pounds! That’s a lot of money for a chicken sandwich.
Michelle: I know. I want to buy a burger for dinner on the way home.
Tim: But there isn’t fast food place on the way home and you haven’t got any money.
Michelle: Ha,ha! There’s a great fast food place on the way home and you’ve got a lot of money!


Complete the questions with is or are and answer them

Much, many or a lot?

Complete the sentences with the words from the box

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Match the quantifier with its function

Much/many/a lot of  

 

Countable plural 

Uncountable 

+  There are a lot of apples.  There’s a lot of cheese. 
  There aren’t many apples.  There isn’t much cheese. 
?  How many apples are there?  How much cheese is there? 
  • We use much/many/a lot of to talk about quantity. 
  • We use much in negative sentences with uncountable nouns and many in negative sentences with countable nouns. 
  • We use a lot of to describe a large quantity of something. 
  • We use how many / how much to ask about quantity. 


 

How much?

Look at the pictures and make short dialogues about them


Choose a button and talk about yourself

What things are there in your bag?

Make sentences about the following:

  • pens and pencils,
  • paper,
  • money,
  • books,
  • keys.

Example: I’ve got a lot of pens and pencils in my bag.

Useful language

  • There is some … / There are some …
  • I’ve got a lot of …
  • There isn’t much …
  • There aren’t many …

What food is there in your fridge?

Make sentences about the following:

  • fruit,
  • vegetables,
  • meat,
  • milk,
  • eggs.

Example: There isn’t much milk in the fridge.

Useful language

  • There is some … / There are some …
  • I’ve got a lot of …
  • There isn’t much …
  • There aren’t many …

What is there in your room?

Make sentences about the following:

  • books,
  • toys,
  • plants,
  • space,
  • windows.

Example: We’ve got a lot of plants in the classroom.

Useful language

  • There is some … / There are some …
  • I’ve got a lot of …
  • There isn’t much …
  • There aren’t many …

Emma’s order

Listen to the track and underline the things Emma orders

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Waiter: Yes, please?
Emma: Can I have a cheeseburger and chips, please?
Waiter: Anything else?
Emma: Yes, can I have an ice cream, please?
Waiter: Do you want anything to drink?
Emma: Yes, orange juice, please.
Waiter: Is that everything?
Emma: Yes, thank you.
Waiter: That’s 7 pounds 80, please.
Emma: Here you are.
Waiter: Thank you.

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Listen to the recording one more time and complete the dialogue

Waiter: Yes, please?
Emma: Can I have a cheeseburger and chips, please?
Waiter: Anything else?
Emma: Yes, can I have an ice cream, please?
Waiter: Do you want anything to drink?
Emma: Yes, orange juice, please.
Waiter: Is that everything?
Emma: Yes, thank you.
Waiter: That’s 7 pounds 80, please.
Emma: Here you are.
Waiter: Thank you.

What I can do

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The things you have learnt today:


  • identify countable and uncountable kinds of food;
  • use a/an, some/any, much/many, a lot of correctly;
  • order food and drinks in a cafe.

Food

Drinks

Other

Useful language

  • packed lunch
  • How much is … ?
  • Can I have some … ?
  • Anything else?

Complete the text with the words from the box | Составь текст со словами из вложения

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Read the clues and write the names of the food | Прочитай ключи и напиши названия еды

Example: Tomatoes are red and round, you add them in a salad.

 

Tick the countable and uncountable nouns | Отметь исчисляемые и неисчисляемые существительные


Read the sentences and do the task | Прочитай предложения и выполни задание

Example:

Choose the correct sentence.

  • There are some child.
  • There are some children.

Look at the picture and choose the correct option | Посмотри на картинку и выбери правильный вариант

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Example: (There’s a/There’s an/There’s some/There are some) table.

Listen to the dialogue and complete it with some or any | Послушай диалог и составь его с some или any

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Jane: Is there any lemonade?
Dad: No, sorry, there isn’t any lemonade, there’s some water.
Jane: Are there any crisps?
Dad: No, sorry, there aren’t any crisps.
Jane: Oh, are there any sandwiches?
Dad: Yes, there are. There are some sandwiches and some apples.

Listen to the recording and complete the sentences | Послушай запись и составь предложения

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1.
How much cheese is in the fridge?
A lot.

2.
How many people were at the concert?
Not many.

3.
How much ice cream is there?
Not much.

4.
How many photos did you take?
Ten.

5.
How many books are in your bag?
Lots.

6.
How much are the pens?
They are 3.50 pounds.

7.
How much sugar have we got?
None.

8.
How many girls are in your class?
Twelve.

9.
How much is this book?
5.50 pounds.

10.
How many apples are there?
None.


Example:

— How many money have you got?
— Not much. Sorry.

Урок Homework Курс
  • Lunch boxes
  • Different food
  • Children's lunches
  • Countable and uncountable nouns
  • We've got some fruit
  • There is a fast food place
  • Much, many or a lot?
  • How much...?
  • Emma's order
  • What I can do
  • The food we eat
  • Countable or uncountable?
  • We've got some fruit
  • Some or any?
  • How much or How many?
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