Using yesterday's link to a radio programme about food and cooking I have prepared 25 questions you ought to be able to answer without too much trouble. My aim is to give you some last-minute practice for tomorrow's assessment, and to increase your confidence.
- What is the program about?
- What is William offered to eat?
- Are humans at the top or at the bottom of the food chain?
- Complete the expression: Food for ___________
- How was the interviewer able to interview Anita?
- What are cooking buses?
- You can fit how many people into the class – 6, 16, 32 or 60?
- Many children don’t know what fact about vegetables?
- Which verb often goes with the word ‘recipe’?
- Which preposition often goes with the word ‘recipe’?
- How can you take part in the competition?
- Which letter in the word ‘ingredient’ becomes silent when you form the plural?
- Complete these words: Essen____, Vit___, and Import_____
- What question did the interviewer ask Anita first?
- What ‘makes’ a good cook? (Say this in 10 words or less)
- What is Anita’s opinion about spending money on food?
- What prompted William to start cooking?
- Describe William’s meals with two of the adjectives he uses.
- Does William ‘make it up as he goes along’? What does this mean?
- How can you learn how to make the perfect omelette?
- Does the person on the phone come from
Peru, Manchester, or does she come from ? Spain
- What meat in is Wendy’s favourite dish?
- Complete:________ anything together and see ____________________
- Another word for a small job is ______________.
- What sound signals the end of the programme?
After the break you'll do some self-directed learning, starting with a piece of writing on driving.
Tomorrow let's listen about a seven-year-old who set a world record in swimming.
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