In this Upper Intermediate lesson, the student will learn and practice vocabulary related to the cooking process and eating.
The student reads and comments on a quote: Nothing brings people together like good food.
Phrasal verbs: eating and drinking
The student is introduced to eating and drinking phrasals and is supposed to match them with their meanings (pig put, knock back, wolf down, plate up, pick at). Then, the student practices using them in sentences.
Next, the student tries to combine some of these verbs with different prepositions (e.g. pick up, knock down) and figure out their meanings.
Phrasal verbs: cooking
The student is introduced to some phrasal verbs related to cooking (e.g. chop up, cut off, mix in) and is asked to choose the right preposition for each phrasal.
Video: Sausage and egg bap
The student watches a video recipe of Sausage and egg bap by Jamie Oliver. They first remember the ingredients used in the cooking process. Then, they identify phrasal verbs and match them to the ingredients they refer to (e.g. toast up, whisk up, cut down). They also use them in sentences and then put the cooking instructions in the correct order.
Finally, the student explains the steps to preparing their favorite meal.
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