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Tastes and Textures of Food

A1, A2
2 Pages
60 mins
ESL Lesson Handouts - Tastes-and-Textures-of-Food
Food and Restaurants
Conversation, Vocabulary
Students build their vocabulary by learning how to describe food taste and texture using adjectives as well talking about their food likes and dislikes and the reasons why. Students complete a matching activity as well as building sentences to describe foods and finish with conversation practice. Adjectives introduced in this…

Reading Restaurant Menus

A2, A2+
3 Pages
60 mins
ESL Lesson Handouts - Reading-restaurant-menus
Food and RestaurantsTravel
Vocabulary
Choosing something off a menu without pictures can be difficult. Students learn and practice vocabulary, in particular adjectives, used on restaurant menus. Students will be able to visualize the dish ingredients, preparation, cooking method, and presentation of menu items and discuss them. If you slice cheese in a slicer it is…

Asking Questions at a Restaurant

A2, A2+
4 Pages
120 mins
ESL Lesson Handouts - Asking-Questions-at-a-Restaurant
Food and RestaurantsTravel
Asking questions, Conversation, Reading
Students practice asking questions with ‘How much … ?’ to ask about price as well as forming questions and sentences used for making requests, offering, and checking information with focus on ‘would like’ and ‘would like to’ to be polite.

Restaurant Words

A1, A2
2 Pages
60 mins
ESL Lesson Handouts - Restaurant-words
Food and RestaurantsTravel
Conversation, Vocabulary
Introduce students to words and phrases used to talk about meals and ordering at restaurants. Students can practice and will be able to order a meal at a restaurant. Restaurant and meal vocabulary in this Handout waiter or waitress, cook or chef, dishwasher, tip, breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch, appetizer or…

What do you eat every day?

A1, A2
3 Pages
90 mins
ESL Lesson Handouts - What-do-you-eat-every-day
Daily LifeFood and Restaurants
Reading, Vocabulary
An introduction to using “any” and “some” as well as a review of using articles “a/an”. The words some and any are useful and used when the speaker cannot specify or does not need/want to specify a number or an exact amount of something. Students also practice using there is/isn’t…

How Beer is Made

B1, B2
3 Pages
90 mins
ESL Lesson Handouts - How-beer-is-made
BusinessFood and RestaurantsWork
Grammar, Reading, Vocabulary
The passive voice is useful to switch the focus from who is doing something to what is being done which makes it especially useful in business settings when the focus is placed on a product or process. Students practice forming passive voice sentences and understand the role of the agent.…
Daily LifeFood and Restaurants
Conversation, Grammar, Vocabulary
Students will understand how to use a/an, some, and any before countable and uncountable (non-count) nouns focusing on food. Students often struggle using articles and quantifying words so it is necessary to practice and revisit to review. A gap fill activity has students identifying countable and uncountable nouns before a…
Food and Restaurants
Discussion, Reading
Your students review a restaurant menu and practice making recommendations. Menu items on this menu are quite descriptive so this handout is suitable for students Intermediate and above. Understanding how to read menu items will help your students picture the dish before they order.

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