Match the words to their correct definitions.
_____ some water, and pour it into the glass.
Have you _____ potatoes for me?
My mother usually _____ fish because she doesn't like oil.
_____ the celery and shrimp, and mix them well.
You should _____ the pasta before mixing it with tomato sauce.
They usually have a _____ before having the main course.
The first solid food my mother gave my baby sister was _____ pumpkin.
You should _____ butter on a slice of bread and put it in the oven for two minutes.
Match the verbs with the phrases.
Fill each blank in the text with a word from the box. A word may be used more than once.
|stir-fry | divide | add | garnish | heat | tender|
HOW TO MAKE BEEF EGG NOODLES
Cook the egg noodles in boiling salted water just . Drain, place in a bowl, and set aside. a frying pan until very hot. Add a splash of oil then the beef slices with the sliced garlic, ginger, and chilies until just cooked. the bean sprouts, a tablespoon of soy sauce, and lime juice for the last 30 seconds of cooking.
Put all the cooked contents into a large bowl, including all the juices. Put the pan back on the heat, and add some oil. Then add the cooked noodles and toss well over the heat.
the fried noodles between four plates. Return the beef and juices to the pan and until heated through. Arrange the beef on top of the noodles and with a lettuce leaf and some coriander.
Fill each blank in the conversation with a, an, some, or any.
Nick: Let's discuss what to prepare for our picnic.
Mi: You and I have been assigned to buy fruit and drinks.
Nick: I think it would be better to buy fruit which is easy to peel such as bananas or mandarins.
Mi: kilo of mandarins and bunch of bananas are enough, I think.
Nick: Should we buy snacks such as crisps?
Mi: That's fine. Let me write it down: big packet of potato crisps.
Nick: What about drinks? Should we buy soft drinks?
Mi: I don't think that's a good idea. Just buy bottles of mineral water.
Nick: My mother told me that she could bake apple pie for us.
Mi: Oh, that's great!
Complete the conversation with suitable food quantifiers.
A: Can you go to the supermarket and buy me some things?
B: OK. What do you want?
A: We've run out of milk, so buy two of milk, please.
B: What about bread? There's only one left in the fridge.
A: Yes, you can buy a of bread. We also need a of cauliflower and a of celery. I will make some salad.
B: Do you need some bacon for the salad?
A: Good idea. Just buy 200 of bacon.
B: Anything else?
A: That's enough for today.