Lesson Cooking. Warm up. Food idioms. Watch these slides and try to understand the meaning of these food idioms.(up to 10)

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Lesson 4.


1.Warm up.

Food idioms. Watch these slides and try to understand the meaning of these food idioms.(up to 10)


Work with the rest of idioms as a home task and illustrate their meaning with your own examples.

2. a) Let's watch a trailer of the animation film Ratatouille. But at first answer some question.

    1. What is a trailer?

    2. Have you ever watched it? Did you like it?

    3. Where does the story take place?

    4. Who is the main character?

    5. What is Ratatouille? What is the play on words?

b) Watch the video.


c) Look at these photos. Match them to the names of main characters and their descriptions.

d) Watch the video again. Mark the statements True or False.

1. The story takes place in New York. True / False

2. Alfredo doesn’t know how to cook. True / False

3. Remy wants to help Alfredo cook. True / False

4. Skinner loves Alfredo. True / False

5. Remy is hiding in Alfredo’s hair because

he must not be seen in the kitchen. True / False

6. Django is proud of his son’s plans. True / False

e) Match these phrases to the characters.

  • Don’t be so modest. You’re a rat for Pete’s sake! Alfredo

  • With hard work and a little luck it’s only a matter of time before I am discovered. Remy

  • He’s toying with my mind. Skinner

  • I hate to be rude but we are fine! Colette

  • Stay away from the humans. It’s dangerous. Django

  • Together, we can be the greatest chef in Paris! Remy

  • I want to make things, Dad! Remy

  • I need this job. I’ve lost so many! Alfredo

f) Watch again and complete the missing words into the gaps.

3. Have you seen the whole film? Try to answer these questions about it.


4. And do you know how to cook ratatouille? Watch this video and write down all necessary ingredients. Are they countable or uncountable?


Now write down all the things you need to do to cook this wonderful dish.

Countable: eggplants, peppers, zucchinis, onions and tomatoes.

Uncountable: spices, salt, pepper, tomato sauce, garlic.

5. Tell me your favorite recipe.

Home task.

1. Read the text.

2. Answer the questions.

3. Underline the correct alternative for these words and phrases from the article.

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