Directions: Practice reading and repeating what she says.
All right guys, today we're going to learn how to go grocery shopping and the English terms for a bunch of different foods that we can use to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
So our first meal of the day is breakfast. First, we're going to get some bread so that we can make some toast.
Now we're going to get some orange juice to drink with our breakfast.
Now we have eggs that we can eat with our toast and our orange juice. You can cook your eggs hard-boiled, soft-boiled, over-easy, fried, anyway you want.
Okay, lastly for our breakfast, we're going to have some bananas so we make sure we have a nutritious breakfast full of lots of fruit, proteins, and bread.
So our second meal of the day is lunch. We are going to have a sandwich with the bread we already got, and now we're going to go get some meat and cheese.
So there's many options you can do for meat and cheese, but my favorite is turkey. So we have our turkey.
Also for cheese, we can choose between cheddar, Colby-jack, or provolone or mozzarella. But I'm going to choose provolone.
Also with lunch, I like to have some vegetables so I got a salad to make with my sandwich to make sure I get all the vegetables for my day.
So for our last meal of the day, we're going to have pasta for dinner.
And with our pasta, we need some sauce as well.
So with our pasta, we're going to have some green beans. So I'm going to get some green beans for us to cook.
All right guys, that's how you go grocery shopping. I hope you learned a bunch of English terms. And now we can make our breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Choose how to write/say each type of food.
I'd like a watermelon, please. singular
I'd like twelve apples, please. plural
Do you have any lemons? plural
We need six chairs. plural
I'd like some rice please. uncountable
Do you have any sugar? uncountable
There is some sand on the floor. uncountable
I'd like some juice. uncountable
Do you have any milk? uncountable
There is a lot of smoke here. uncountable
I'd like some fruit, please. uncountable
Do you have any broccoli? uncountable
This bread looks delicious. uncountable
English vocabulary can be confusing. uncountable
Do you have any fruit? category - uncountable
Do you have any apples, oranges or bananas? member - countable
I'd like to buy some furniture. category - uncountable
I'd like to buy some chairs, tables and sofas. member - countable
Where can I buy some jewelry? category - uncountable
Where can I buy some rings, necklaces or bracelets? member - countable
I'd like a bottle of water.
I'd like three cartons of milk.
I'd like two loaves of bread.
Do you want a cup of coffee?
There are a few grains of rice on the floor.
Directions: With a partner, take turns politely asking for help in a grocery store
A: Excuse me. I am looking for frozen shrimp. Do you know where I could find it?
B: Yes. Of course. It is in aisle 6. The frozen seafood section. It is next to the smoked salmon.
A: Thanks for you help.
Other ways to ask:
Things to ask for: