20.12.12

Sentences about food for young learners


Before going on holiday, I'm leaving these sentences about food.
They include some of the food vocabulary and basic English structures that your students must know to pass the official Cambridge Starters Exam, level A1.

Cut each sentence into pieces and give them to your pupils to put them back together in their notebooks using some glue. It's a good exercise to check their grammar and their ability to produce the language.


 FOOD VOCABULARY LIST:

Apple, Banana, Bean, Bread Burger, Cake, Candy, Carrot

Chicken, Chips, Chocolate, Coconut

Drink, Egg, Fish, Food, Fries

Fruit, Grapes, Ice Cream, Juice

Lemon, Lemonade, Lime, Mango

Meat, Milk, Onion, Orange
Pea, Pear, Pineapple, Potato

Rice, Sausage, Sweets, Tomato

Water, Watermelon
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Birthday, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Supper, Morning, Afternoon, Evening
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Fridge, Kitchen, Table, Cupboard

Park, School, Store, Shop
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Some, Any, Much, Many, A Lot of, Lots of
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Eat, Make, Try


BASIC STRUCTURES:

Would you like….?
I'd like….
Do you/we/ they… affirmative/ negative short answer
Does he/she/it… affirmative/ negative short answer
Have got vs Have breakfast/ lunch/ supper




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Oraciones sobre la comida para 'young learners'

Estas son oraciones que utilizan parte del vocabulario que los niños tienen que conocer para presentarse a cualquier examen de nivel A1. 

Recorta cada diálogo separatamente para que los niños puedan recomponerlo razonando sobre las construcciones gramaticales necesarias.


I design series of activities based on a communicative method that will help children to practice the grammar they're learning at school.

Many ESL activities, I see, are nothing more than 'fill in the blank' exercises that only teach kids how to fill in blanks and miss the whole point of learning to speak and understand a new language.

It's much easier and more fun to learn by doing, and you'll be surprised at how quickly you'll see valuable results. 

You can get my activities on my online store: