Food is a great topic to start a conversation with friends. In this lesson, students will get to know some food and answer the questions about telling one’s favorite food.
We can initiate conversations by using the keyword “favorites” like asking “What’s your favorite food?” “What’s your favorite song?”, etc.
Let’s try something about food. Ask students to answer the following definition using the vocabulary.
Direction: Write the correct word in the blank.
Vocabulary: noodles steak salad lobster pizza
- ______is a thick, flat piece of meat or fish, especially meat from a cow, grilled
- ______ is a food in the form of long, thin strips made from flour or rice water, and often egg
- ______ is a large circle of a flatbread baked with cheese, tomatoes, and sometimes meat and vegetables spread on top
- ______ is a mixture of uncooked vegetables.
- ______ is an animal that lives in the sea and has a long body covered with a hard shell, two large claws, and eight legs
Ask your friend about his/ her favorite food.
What’s your favorite food?
My favorite food is _________.
Why do you like it?
I like it because it’s __________.
To explain why you like a dish/ food, you can describe its taste, texture and flavour.
taste: sweet, salty, sour, tasty, delicious
texture: crunchy, chewy, soft
flavour: (smells-like) orange, mango, strawberry
Preeda: Hi Mom. What’s for dinner? || breakfast || lunch
Mom: I’m not sure.
Preeda: How about pizza?
Mom: You had pizza for lunch.
Preeda: But I love pizza.
Mom: Everybody loves pizza.
Preeda: So why can’t I have pizza for dinner?
Mom: Because you need variety.
Preeda: What is variety?
Mom: Different things – not the same thing all the time.
Preeda: You mean, like pepperoni pizza instead of cheese pizza?
Mom: No, I mean salad instead of pizza.