Card Set Information
„apple” Do we have enough apples to make apple pie?
„banana” Can you buy me a bunch of bananas from the greengrocer's, please?.
„butter” Can you pass me the butter, please?
„carrot” People say that eating carrots makes you see in the dark.
„cucumber” I want a cucumber and tomato sandwich, please.
„fridge” There’s more milk in the fridge.
„grape” I prefer red or black grapes to green grapes.
„leftovers” You can give the leftovers to the dog.
„milk” Do you take milk in your tea?.
„sardine” I hate sardines but my mum loves them!
„vegetarian” Mike's a vegetarian.
„wine” Do you prefer red or white wine?
„yoghurt” He eats yoghurt every day.
„vegetable” It's important to eat plenty of fresh vegetables.
„plural” What is the plural of 'leaf'?
„any” There weren't any children playing in the street.
„some” "Would you like some cake?" "Yes, I'd love some.”, trochę
„alcohol” I never drink alcohol.
„full” His house is full of interesting books.
„salad” I love Greek salads!
„muesli” Bob always has muesli for breakfast.
„bar” I think I eat too many chocolate bars!
„bottle” They opened a bottle of red wine to have with their dinner.
„can” Pass me that can of beans, please.
„carton” She opened a new carton of orange juice.
„cup” Would you like a cup of tea?
„jar” The jar of marmalade was nearly empty.
„mug” Do you drink soup from a mug or a bowl?
„packet” She put a packet of peanuts in his packed lunch.
„roll” There's only one toilet roll left.
„tin” The biscuit tin is empty!
„tube” Is there another tube of toothpaste in the cupboard?
„average” The average of ten plus five plus three is six.
„lifetime” There may not be a cure for cancer in my lifetime.
„many” Were there many people at Jill's party?
„much” I don't have much time. Can I call you back later?
„diet” It's important to eat a healthy, balanced diet.
„non-stop” I want a ticket on a non-stop train to London.
„healthy” I've always been very healthy until now.
„surprising” This is a very surprising result.
„bill” Can we have the bill, please?
„dish” This is the restaurant's most famous dish.
„order” Are you ready to order?
„tip” Is it customary to tip the waiters in your country?
„fries” Can I have a cheeseburger and fries, please?
„takeaway” Last night I had a takeaway meal from the local Chinese restaurant.
„apple pie” Apple pie is a traditional American dessert.
„chip” Would you like chips with your burger?
„customer” We try to keep our customers happy.
„delight” The children were screaming with delight.
„fisherman” My grandfather was a fisherman all his life.
„fresh” There's nothing better than a fresh fruit salad!
„ice cream” Wendy's favourite is strawberry ice cream.
„mix” There is a mix of nationalities in my English class.
„mushroom” Max ordered a pizza with pepperoni and mushrooms.
„olive” Do you want olives on your pizza?
„platter” When we go to a seafood restaurant, Dad always orders the seafood platter.
„roast” Do you want roast or boiled potatoes?
„role” The mother of the family has an important role.
„seasonal” Many jobs in the tourism industry are seasonal.
„spring” Spring is my favourite time of year.
„Thai” Thai food is very popular in the UK.
„market” I usually buy fruit and vegetables at the market.
„seafood” My favourite seafood is salmon.
„bowl” Can you pass me a bowl from the cupboard, please?
„drop” You can hold the baby, but don't drop him!
„flour” When you're at the supermarket, can you buy me some flour?
„incredibly” Bullfighting is an incredibly dangerous activity.
„joy” It is a joy to see my sister so happy.
„lime” Some people like to put a slice of lime in their drinks.
„pan” There is a pan of soup on the cooker.
„real” That watch isn't real – it's a fake!
„squeeze” Can you squeeze some lemon on my fish, please?
„staggering” Her car cost a staggering amount of money.
„stir” Here's your tea. You can stir it yourself.
„turn over” Turn over the pancake when it starts to go brown.
przekręcić do góry nogami
„variety” We tried three different varieties of cheese.
„washing-up” It's your turn to do the washing-up.
„delicious” This soup is delicious!
„ingredient” Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl.
„soy sauce” Soy sauce is a very important ingredient in Asian food.
„black pepper” Lia adds black pepper to nearly every meal!
„celery” I like to put lots of celery in my salads.
„cut” Cut the cheese into cubes.
„fry” Fry the onions until they're brown.
„frying pan” Jane has a frying pan but never uses it.
„heat” Heat the butter till it starts to melt.
„immediately” I need to see you in my office immediately.
„wok” Last night, Ken made chicken and vegetable stir-fry in his new wok.
„winter” It gets very cold here in winter.
„bean” A typical British dish is baked beans on toast.
„beef” Last Sunday, we had roast beef and Yorkshire pudding.
„biscuit” Who wants a chocolate biscuit?
„cabbage” None of my children likes cabbage.
„cereal” I usually have cereal for breakfast.
„correct” Complete the exercise with the correct answers.
„crisp” Would you like a packet of crisps?
„herb” Natalie buys herbs online.
„lamb” Jennie buys a leg of lamb from the butcher's once a month.
„lettuce” I don't like lettuce – I don't think it tastes of anything!
„oil” Put some oil in the frying pan.
„onion” Cutting onions makes you cry.
„pasta” One of my favourite meals is pasta with mascarpone cheese.
„pea” Mum grows her own peas in the vegetable garden.
„pear” Why do apples float on water but pears sink?
„pepper” This soup needs a little more salt and pepper.
„potato” Do you want chips or potatoes with your meal?
„prawn” Not everybody likes the taste of prawns.
„rice” Paella is a Spanish dish made with rice, seafood and sometimes rabbit or chicken.
„roll” How much do those ham rolls cost?
„spice” When I have a cold, Mum makes me a drink with honey and spices.
„sugar” Do you take sugar in your tea?
„tomato” Can I have a cheese and tomato sandwich, please?