Let’s learn new vocabulary. Listen and repeat these words with your tutor.
|1. scrumptious とても［ほっぺたが落ちるほど］おいしい|
|We had a scrumptious dinner at my friend’s birthday.|
|2. creamy クリーム状の、クリーミーな|
|This dessert is deliciously smooth and creamy.|
|3. crunchy （食べ物が）バリバリいう、ザクザクと音がする|
|This meat is perfectly wrapped in crunchy lettuce.|
|4. in the mood 気分が乗って、（～しようという）気になって|
|I’m not in the mood to go to our favorite hangout tonight.|
|5. comfort food 食べるとホッとする料理|
|Burrito is my comfort food.|
I will ask the questions. Please answer them in complete sentences.
|1.||What are your favorite scrumptious dishes?|
|2.||Do you like your coffee strong or creamy?|
|3.||What crunchy foods are your favorites?|
|4.||What do you usually do when you are not in the mood?|
|5.||Please tell me something about your comfort food.|
Let’s read the dialogue. I will play Ron, and you will play Emma. Then, we’ll switch roles.
Hi, Emma! What did you have for breakfast earlier?
Hello, Ron. My mom cooked an English breakfast for us.
What does an English breakfast include?
A typical English breakfast includes bacon, sausages, egg, tomatoes,
mushrooms, and baked beans.
That sounds like a scrumptious feast, but I’m not a breakfast person. I just drink a cup of creamy latte every morning and I’m good to go.
How do you cope with that? Don’t you get starving?
I do sometimes but not that much. Oh, I sometimes eat crunchy salads with croutons and peppers in them when I’m in the mood for breakfast.
That’s good to hear. Salad is also my comfort food.
I will ask the questions about the conversation. Please answer them in complete sentences.
|1.||What did Emma’s mom cook for breakfast?|
|2.||What did the breakfast include?|
|3.||Aside from a cup of latte, what does Ron eat when he’s in the mood for breakfast?|
Fill in the blanks and complete the conversation.
|1.||A: What did you have for lunch?
B: I had a ________________ paella at my grandparents’.
|2.||A: How do you like your pasta?
B: I like it ___________ and half-cooked.
|3.||A: Do you want some chips?
B: No, thanks. My dentist advised me to avoid ___________ foods in the meantime.
|4.||A: I heard Kyle will hold a house party tonight. Wanna come?
B: I’m sorry, but I’m not _____________ for a party tonight.
|5.||A: Are you still sad? Do you want me to get you your _______________?
B: You’re so sweet. Thank you!
Let’s do a roleplay. Talk with me according to the situation below, using the expressions you just learned.
You are talking with a friend about last Christmas. Describe to him/her all the foods that your family prepared.
REVIEW AND FEEDBACK
Now, let us review the things that you learned in this lesson.
(Please give a short feedback on how your student did on your class.)