Everyday English for ESL kids

Food and Drink

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Learn English through pictures, sounds and sentence examples! In this lesson you will learn some useful phrases for talking about food and drink.

Good food

Food gives us energy and makes us grow. And - did you know? - some food we can count, some food we can't. Look at the examples.

Click on the pictures below to hear the sounds.

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One apple, two carrots,
Some lemons, some peas.
You can count all of these!

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Milk and sugar, and salt,
Some honey, some cheese.
You can't count any of these!

Practise your English!

Let's count with Gopher! Look at the picture below. How many red fruits can you see? How many yellow fruits can you see? Name as many fruits as you can.

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Make it countable!

We can't count milk, sugar or cheese themselves. But we can put them into containers to count them.

See how it goes. Click on the pictures below to hear the sounds.

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We can't count milk. But we can count bottles of milk. Look at the picture. How many bottles of milk can you see?

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We can't count salt. But we can count bags of salt. Look at the picture. How many bags of salt can you see?

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Practise words for food and drink with this game. It's easy to play. You say Bread. Your friend says A slice of bread.

Here is how to play this game.

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I say... Jam! You say...

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A jar of jam!

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I say... Cake! You say...

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A piece of cake!