Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byBlake Charles Modified over 7 years ago
Eating habits Chapter 3, Book 5B Longman Welcome to English Teacher: Donnaliu
chicken bread pork beef fish rice lettuce broccoli spaghetti apple hotdog egg noodle grape pea sausage UncountableCountable s s s s s s s
a lot of a few some
a lot of a little some broccoli s ×
a few bananas some oranges a lot of grapes
a little broccoli some spaghetti a lot of chicken
a little a few sausages lettuce s×
a few some a lot of a little ﹜ ｛ ＋ Countable noun (s) Uncountable noun + Countable noun (s) + Uncountable noun
-What are we doing? -You are having the lunch.
-I am having a little lettuce, some fish and a lot of rice. - What are you having for lunch? a lot of rice some fish a little lettuce
-What is she having? - She is having a lot of pork and a little/ some spaghetti.
-What is he having? -He is having a lot of beef and some / a few noodles.
Reporter: What are you having for lunch? S1: I am having… Reporter : What is she / he having? S1: He/ She is …
Today I want to talk about my meals of a day. As for the breakfast, I like having _________ noodles, _________ eggs, and ___________ soybean milk( 豆奶 ), they are very delicious; As for the lunch, I’d like to have a few beans, __________ eggs and __________rice ; As for the dinner, I like having ___________beef, __________ lettuce and a lot of fish soup. a few some a little a lot of some a little some
Correct ( 改错 ) 1.He is having a few pork for dinner today. 2.I have had a little eggs this morning. 3. She is having some noodle. 4. They have had a lot of rices. 5. Sally is having a few peas, a little beefs. a little a few noodles rice beef
© 2023 SlidePlayer.com Inc.
All rights reserved.