Food, two


Green Plants

Green plants use the energy of sunlight to make food out of water from the soil and carbon dioxide, a gas in the air.

Other living things — people, animals, fungi — consume the food made by green plants or from animals that eat plants.

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Cultural Aspects

13. Describe the foods of your country. What are some popular snacks?

14. What do you have during parties or feasts?

15. Some popular fast foods are . . . . .

16. Street foods are very popular. True or false? Are they more delicious than restaurant meals?

17. Are there regional differences in food? Which region has the most delicious food?




18. Is the cuisine or food in neighboring countries the same, similar, or different from your own country?

19. Can you name some traditional foods from the following countries? Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Colombia, Cuba, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hawaii, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Peru, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, United States.

Have you tasted food from these nations?

20. Are there foreign or international foods in your country? For example?

21. Do you know of any strange, unusual or exotic meals or food? Describe them.

22. Have you ever tasted bird’s nest, buffalo, caterpillar, caviar, clam, crab, deer, duck, eel, frog, goose, grasshopper, heart, intestine, kangaroo, kidney, liver, lobster, mussels, octopus, ostrich, ostrich egg, oysters, pheasant, pigeon, quail, rabbit, scorpion, shark, sheep, shrimp, snail, snake, squid, stomach, swan, truffles, turtle, whale?

23. What new foods would you like to try or taste?

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