In this course you will learn vocabulary related to categories of food and drink. You will learn about singular and plural nouns. You will study the difference between countable and uncountable nouns and be able to form sentences. You will know how to form positive and negative questions and answers using the verb 'to be'. You will study how to add 's' and 'es' to plural nouns. You will practice using articles and measurement nouns.
In addition you will learn to recognise and use numbers and measurements with regard to food and drink. You will complete tasks that will improve your speaking and writing skills. You will learn about quantifiers, e.g. 'how much' and 'how many' and practice reading and listening to sentences. You will also get the opportunity to practice your knowledge of countable and uncountable nouns. Using clear presentations, you will practice saying simple questions and answers. Finally you will get to listen to and/or read a text that will improve your comprehension of the subject-matter covered.
Further in this course you will learn key vocabulary and grammar relating to food and drink. You will study forms for ordering food and drink using pronouns and verbs. You will learn to use appropriate questions and answers in formal and informal situations. You will practice using polite words and phrases. You will learn to recognise and use modal verbs and contractions.
Finally in this course you will learn vocabulary and grammar related to a recipe and cooking. You will know the difference in the language used for lists and descriptions. You will study how instructions are formed. You will analyse the use of nouns, verbs and adjectives and you will practice writing and speaking through tasks.
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After completing this course you will be able to:
- List countable and uncountable food nouns in singular and plural forms.
- Explain when and why we use articles and collocations with nouns.
- Be able to form simple question and answer sentences using singular and plural nouns.
- Demonstrate how we use measurement nouns in phrases with food nouns using the suffixes 's' and 'es'.
- Justify when we use the adjectives 'some' and 'any' in sentences with food nouns.
- Illustrate how we write and say numerical forms relating to quantity.
- Show how and when we use quantifiers in sentences about food.
- Review vocabulary and grammar relating to ordering food and drink.
- Prove why we use modal verbs and contractions when making requests.
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