Talking about Food
Look at the picture.
Read the questions.
Think about the topic.
Sample Phrases and Sentences
What kinds of food do you like?
Do you like . . . ?
I like . . . .
I don’t like . . . .
(See the Sample Conversation below.)
Listening and Pronunciation
Look at the following vocabulary words and repeat them for practice.
See more food items here:
Read the text aloud to your tutor. Your tutor will listen and provide you with feedback.
Point to each of the foods shown above and say each word.
What is your favorite food?
What foods did you buy at the store last time you went shopping?
What foods would you like to try?
Do you prefer fruits or vegetables?
What are you going to eat for dinner tonight?
Talk with your tutor about this topic.
Use the expressions and vocabulary you learned.
Use the related resources below to learn more.
1. Do you like carrots?*
Yes I do./ No, I don’t.
2. What kind of food do you like?
I like Italian food.
1. With a partner, practice asking and answering questions about food that you like or don’t like.
2. Talk about what your friends like / don’t like.
Example: Does Kindra like noodles? No. She doesn’t.
What kinds of food does Sam like?
He likes meat and potatoes.*
3. Talk about others things that you like (or don’t like).
When speaking generally, it’s easiest to use plurals with count nouns:
I like apples. (count – plural)
I don’t like radishes. (count -plural)
I don’t like soda pop. (non-count)